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I have a Remington 870 Wingmaster. It is an older model, 20 gauge, with a full fixed choke. I got the gun for hunting squirrels

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  • I have a Remington 870 Wingmaster. It is an older model, 20 gauge, with a full fixed choke. I got the gun for hunting squirrels

    I have a Remington 870 Wingmaster. It is an older model, 20 gauge, with a full fixed choke. I got the gun for hunting squirrels and rabbits, but I would really like to start grouse hunting. From what I've heard a full choke wouldn't be the preferred choice, as it is too tight. Would you recommend sending the gun to a professional to have it opened up? If so what would be the best constriction? and who would you send it to?

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    You should have the barrel threaded to accept the screwin chokes. Or you buy another barrel for your gun....Modified, or Improved Cylinder would work fine, and much better.

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      I here with Dangle. And a full choke would be too tight for grouse. It might be good for turkey but you want more spread for grouse.

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