Can Winchester 1200 shoot slugs?
Yeah – The real problem with shooting slugs through your Win 1200 is consistant sighting for accurate shooting. It might be a good idea to get a set of fiber-optic, clamp-on rifle sights for the barrel, just for slug hunting.
Can I shoot a slug through a modified choke?
Yes, you can shoot rifled slugs through your modified choke. You could even shoot rifled slugs through a full choke. But you will probably have best results with a modified or improved cylinder.
Can you shoot a slug through an improved cylinder choke?
The ideal range for this choke constriction is 15 to 25 yards. Improved Cylinder – The ideal range for improved cylinder choke tubes is 20 to 30 yards. Modified – Sitting at the middle of the pack, modified choke tubes are a good general choke size to use when not sure whether shots will be close or far.
Which is the best choke for a 20 gauge rifle?
The most constrictive of the standard chokes is the full choke. A full choke is designed to provide the tightest pattern, appropriate for long-range shooting situations such as handicap trap and long-range waterfowl hunting. In a 20 gauge, this means distances from 35 to 45 yards. These are not the only chokes made for a 20 gauge.
What kind of choke tube does Winchester use?
This choke tube has been specially designed to produce the best patterns when shooting Winchester’s New Long Beard Turkey loads. This new ammunition features Shot-Lok Technology that allows for the tightest patterns and longer downrange reach over any lead turkey load on the market.
How often can you shoot a full choke?
Roberts said for the most part, you can shoot 3 and 4 steel through a Full choke with no problem. Big shot, however, can be a different story with Full choke, at least in extreme cases. “We get six to eight guns a year where we see some swelling behind the choke,” says Roberts.