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Rifled Choke Tubes: What You Need to Know

When the use of a shotgun slug is required (or preferred), equipping a smoothbore with a rifled choke tube is always an economical solution. What are the particulars of these specialty chokes? Read on to find out.

First Look: Bismuth Bone Buster Waterfowl Choke Tube

Carlson's new Bismuth Bone Buster Choke tubes are designed specifically for waterfowlers looking to unlock the full potential of Bismuth ammunition.

Rocky Mountain Hunting Calls Little Big Mouth Bugle Tube

A 75-percent sized version of the Wapiti Whacker, the Little Big Mouth still has plenty of features to speak of.

First Look: Primos Foggy Bottom Turkey Call Collection Mossy Oak Bottomland

Primos Hunting has partnered with Mossy Oak to launch the Foggy Bottom Turkey Call Collection in Mossy Oak Bottomland.

Field Test: Carlson's Choke Tubes Cremator

Unless you’re a waterfowl hunter, you don’t often want to talk much about choking. Sets a bad tone. But wingshooters by and large make their bones on the strength of two things (their own talents with the scattergun aside): good shotshells and quality choke tubes.

How to Select the Best Choke for Your Hunting Situation

Rifle hunters are well versed in the importance of sighting-in, but most smooth-bore hunters have never patterned their shotgun—and that means they have no real idea how it performs.

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