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What do you think of the Poly-Choke (not Poly-Choke II) offered by Nitram, LLC. Good? Bad? Quality installation?

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I had one installed on a 20-gauge 1100 barrel recently. Looks good, works very well. PolyChoke knows how to do it.

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I like poly chokes, but they do look a bit ugly. The utility of it though
makes up for the appearance.
 

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They do work. Most people cannot stand them. They detract from the value of a gun.
 

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used one a little bit on an ithaca 37 i had. it is sort of weird how the bead is so far from the end. If you can get used to that I think its good. You should try and find one to try out first.on a rising target or bunny going straight away from you it sort of covers up the target IMHO. It is nifty to change the choke so easily. Its alot cheaper then getting screw in chokes installed.
 

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countryalltheway said:
they are great...i have one on my remington model 11 and it works fine. you can pretty much shoot the full spectrum
A true statement!! I have one on my Remington Model 31 16ga,just turn it to the choke you want.

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