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"Comp-N'Choke" or "Smoke" Neg. Constriction Choke?

Any of you clay shooters have either of these negative constriction chokes or know if one is better than the other?
http://www.comp-n-choke.com/product/CCZ12g.html http://www.kicks-ind.com/product/SMKCZ12g.html

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Re: "Comp-N'Choke" or "Smoke" Neg. Constriction Choke?

I use to sell both of these brands, they are made by the same guy, just differently named companies. To the best of my knowledge they are essentially the same thing, only difference is that one is slot ported, and the other has the standard cylinder type porting. I've used them both a bunch and they are identical in performance. I've used this constriction exclusively with 7.5 shot on any rabbit targets out to 40 yards or so. There were very few that got away! Good luck!

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Re: "Comp-N'Choke" or "Smoke" Neg. Constriction Choke?

The habit of changing chokes is greatly over rated and is more of a marketing ploy than actual "shooting fix". No matter what choke you use, the core pattern will be the same. Learn to shoot with 1 choke constriction, put the muzzles where they need to be and the rest is easy.

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Re: "Comp-N'Choke" or "Smoke" Neg. Constriction Choke?

Thanks for the advice, guys. I'm currently using a cylinder choke at the skeet range and wanted to try a negative choke and these were the only two I could find for a CZ.

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Re: "Comp-N'Choke" or "Smoke" Neg. Constriction Choke?

Cylinder choke is zero construction i.e. No choke. how can there be less construction than zero. Don't waste your money.
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