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1.) Swamp Fox - 12/14/2015
Last year, I briefly mentioned doing a test of various choke tubes and there was some interest but not a lot, and I got busy with other things.

I thought I'd bring it back up, with a twist. I have a bunch of tubes, barrels and two shotguns (one with 3.5 in. mag capability) to throw at the project, but there are some other tubes I don't own that I would like to try. These are in .655, .660, .665 and even .670 constriction for the Remchoke barrels. Of specific interest to me right now are Kicks and Patternmasters tubes but I'm open to anything as long as I know what the constriction or similar load-compatability hints are up front. Otherwise, testing is a crapshoot, so to speak.

Any interest in organizing a test with one or more guys, or in doing a "floating swap" where some of us send various chokes around so other members can try them out? Then buy/sell/trade with your fellow forum members, or just go out and purchase a particular tube you've tried -before-you-buyed for yourself. Ideally, we could get a lot of homework done this winter, well before turkey seasons open.