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Trulock Gun Chokes

Trulock Gun Chokes

Trulock Chokes

Trulock Chokes

Whigham, GA --(Ammoland.com)- When it comes to selecting after-market shotgun chokes for your favorite hunting, trap, skeet or competitive gun, Trulock Chokes has offered shotgun shooters the highest quality shotgun choke tubes that guarantee increased accuracy and patterning, since 1982.

Celebrating a 31-year tradition of “Proudly Made In America,” all Trulock Chokes, for over 3000 different shotgun models/chokes and bores, have been handcrafted and machined to their exacting specifications at their factory in Whigham, GA.

Improvement in shotgun patterning with Trulock chokes, is nothing short of remarkable. Pattern improvements from 40-50 percent on target, can go to 80 percent plus on target! For big game, small game, upland bird/waterfowl hunters, target, and for competitive shooters, Trulock Gun Chokes deliver.

At the Shot Show 2013, George Trulock and Andy Lightbody from Rocky Mountain Television, talk about the line of newest Trulock Choke introductions for an every expanding shotgun and shooting marketplace.

Newest introductions include,a full line of shotgun chokes for the CZ lineup of shotguns; a full assortment of new chokes for the Federal #7s; a Trulock Brn DS style; and a new 3-pack set of Waterfowl Hunting choke tubes.

What chokes do I use with steel, bismuth or tungsten alloy shot?

Steel Shot:

  • As a general rule when switching from lead to steel shot you would use a choke with one full degree less constriction.
  • If you want a full pattern with steel use a modified choke.
  • If you want a modified pattern with steel use an improved cylinder choke.
  • If you want an improved cylinder pattern with steel use a cylinder or skeet choke.
  • Do not use any choke tighter than modified constriction with steel shot unless the choke is specifically marked for use with steel shot.

Bismuth Shot:

  • Use the same choke you would use with the appropriate size of lead shot.

Tungsten Alloy Shot:

  • There are several different alloys available. These can vary to a large degree in their level of hardness. When using factory chokes I suggest you use nothing tighter than full choke unless it is approved for tungsten shot.

As a general rule most Trulock chokes are rated for Hevi Shot, Hevi 13, Federal Heavyweight and Winchester Hi Density tungsten alloys. To see the full line of chokes and choices for 2013 and for your shotgun shooting needs, go to www.trulockchokes.com

 

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