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I just bought a Browning BPS 12 gauge 28" shotgun with the Invector Plus choke system. The gun club I belong to only allows slug

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  • I just bought a Browning BPS 12 gauge 28" shotgun with the Invector Plus choke system. The gun club I belong to only allows slug

    I just bought a Browning BPS 12 gauge 28" shotgun with the Invector Plus choke system. The gun club I belong to only allows slugs to be fired from shotguns on the rifle range. Any thoughts out there on the correct choke for firing slugs and any recommendations on affordable slugs for target practice only?

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    Browning makes a rifled extended choke for a smooth bore barrel. It is about 5" long.
    I have one and shoot Winchester 3" sabot slugs. Excellent accuracy to over 100yds.

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    • #3
      Improved cylinder or cylinder work the best for foster style slugs.

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        I have a BPS, I use an improved cylinder choke, and Remington rifled slugs. It's. Accurate enough for deer at 50 yards. I just got Breiley rifled choke tube, but haven't had the chance to try it yet.

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          Meijer has a 15 pack of Winchester 2 3/4 inch rifled slugs for about $11.

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            JMO~~ Get you a REAL Slug Barrel with sights for your Browning Pump. Its 18.1/2" Imp/Cyl Chock With a Removable Scope Rail or Not. I use Remington CopperSolid 1oz/Hollow point SAOBT slugs a box of 5 $8.79 They are a One Shot Stop at 75Yd.

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              gio
              I will put a picture up of my 100 yd target from my Browning BPS with Winchester 3" sabots. Check it on my profile jhjimbo.

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              • #8
                If you plan on shooting rifled slugs Improve Cyl or open. If you intend on shooting sabots or full bore slugs get yourself a rifled choke tube or rifled barrel. Cost would be considered. the choke tubes are around $25 the barrel is around $200, your choice of course. Any way you look at it though, the rifled barrel and ammo will be expensive in the begining and the total cost. $5.00 box of rifled slugs. $15 and up for sabots.

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