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    Mossberg 935 duck choke tubes

    I just recently bought a Mossberg 935 and I only have the turkey choke tube and im sure what choke tube I need for medium to large size duck anyone have any suggestions?

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    Get a Mossberg accu-mag choke in modified. The chokes for the 835 and 935 are the same thing. I've tried the full and extra full steel shot chokes for my 935 and didn't see any improvement so I went back to the mod choke cause that worked best for me.
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    it has a carlson 727 in it and ive been trying to find out if this is a large duck choke or if thats the one for turkey and im just new to shotguns really and just wanting to make sure before i mess somthing up

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    Carlson's Moss M835/935 Choke Tubes 12 Gauge, Full .727 Md: 19956 Choke-Tube | Choke Tube Details

    Looks like you have a full choke. Carlson say's it's safe to shoot steel thru non-turkey chokes.

    Here's a very good tip that may save you a lot of pain, do not use that Remington Hypersonic ammo thru your 935. It will break it.
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    From my experience a modified choke will suit most just fine for most duck hunting.

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    Thanks for your help guys really appreciate it

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    One more question what's your guys recommendation on ammo ?

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    Kent FastSteel works like a champ for me. The Winchester grey box stuff is good too. Federal makes good duck ammo too. The one to stay away from now is the Remington Sportsman loads. They use to be great but that last couple of years their loads are crap and very dirty. They will gum up a 935 very quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunaria View Post
    Kent FastSteel works like a champ for me. The Winchester grey box stuff is good too. Federal makes good duck ammo too. The one to stay away from now is the Remington Sportsman loads. They use to be great but that last couple of years their loads are crap and very dirty. They will gum up a 935 very quickly.
    Thanks bro and thanks guys for all.your help

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