Mossberg International (Turkish Kaysan Armsan) SA-20, nice, tight tactical 20 gauge w/ ghost ring sights & 20" barrel. Because of it's light weight & composite components, I'd like to shoot small game with it. But at 30 yds, it's putting maybe 3-5 shot in a squirrel size silhouette. Any idea how I might choke this barrel? The earred rifle-like front is only 1/2" from the barrel's end; I can see getting a poly choke on that. Thoughts?
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October 12, 2013, 11:28 AM
Back in the mid-1970s a professor friend had a Polychoke put on a Remington 1100 slug barrel. Far as I recall they didn't move the front sight to do it.
I'd think a far better bet would be to have the barrel threaded for aftermarket choke tubes though. Any of several reputable companies can probably do that work for you - I've always used Colonial (they're in AL), but Briley, Carlson's and others are available. Contact them and see of they can handle your make/model...