However, you should only need one shell or two a year. If that be the case, then the shells could last you many, many years. This way they are not as expensive as you think as there is some initial investment, but the appreciated cost is satisfactory over time. They just plain pattern better out of any choke I've tried. For me, I'll sleep better at night knowing I'm throwing the best lead I can at one that gets hung up at 32 YARDS. I don't mean any disrespect NYsupersports, but I find it real hard to believe that if a turkey is just over 30 yds and isn't coming any closer, you will not try to reach out and touch it, especially if its a whopper of a bird. Say, a top 5 state record booker. C'mon. If you can use a shell that is more effective and increases your range, then I say "why not". It like sayin', well my rifle shoots 250 yd 1" groups with Federal ammo, but I could buy win. supremes that shoot 1" groups at 300 yds, but I won't because I will never shoot a deer at 300 yds. Depends on the customer chap! Different strokes, different folks. I am capable of shooting a deer at 300 yrds where I hunt, so why not I say.
"After eating an entire moose, a mountain lion felt so good he started roaring. He kept it up until a hunter came along and shot him. The moral: When you're full of bull, keep your mouth shut."