I've got a Japanese Winchester model 101 o/u with Winchokes, and some old 3" Remington Premier Hevi-shot, 1 5/8 oz. #6. What do you think this combo would do with a couple of Undertaker chokes. I know there are better choke tubes, but I'll have to buy two and I already have one Undertaker.
m.gallopavo wrote:Thank you, Clark, for your reply. The Winchester 101 can be a good turkey gun. I've taken 3 gobblers with mine using old Federal Premium 3" 2 oz. #4 and two Winchoke full tubes, but kind of retired it when I got my it Super X2, a Briley .675 turkey choke and #6 Winchester Xtended range shells. Anyway, I find myself wanting to hunt the 101 again with some Hevi-Shot and better chokes. Since the two barrels will double the choke tube cost, I thought I'd try the Undertakers first, or maybe two Truglo SSXs. Whichever it is, I'll take your advice and pattern before hitting the woods. Thanks again.
Turkeybuster wrote:Hi Clark I have a question for you. Shooting the Browning Gold with the Full Strut Browning choke I think that is .640. Is there a problem with shooting the 2 1/4 magnum blends through that choke? It patterns fine dont want any gun damage though
Turkeybuster wrote:Thanks Clark it patterns real well I think we discussed that last year when I got the 24" bbl. in fact it opens the pattern a little more than the Bansner choke. Not a bad thing as tight as that shoots but still holds a good core pattern and very even overall. Thanks for your info. it is always appreciated and good luck to you and Doris in the upcoming season.
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