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Q:I hunt deer and hogs here in the Low Country of South Carolina with shotguns (Stoeger 2000, Rem. 870 and 1187). All of these shotguns have 28"barrels, 3" chambers and have screw in modified chokes. My son is a law enforcement officer and I have had the opportunity to shoot his tactical shotgun, which I fell in love with. The short barrel and iron sites I believe would be great here in the thick swamps of coastal S.C.. So, who makes a short barreled (18 - 20") tactical shotgun (pump or Semi auto) that has screw in chokes (Prefer Modified) and what disadvantages might such a gun have over what I'm using?
Q:I have a Remington 870 Wingmaster. It is an older model, 20 gauge, with a full fixed choke. I got the gun for hunting squirrels and rabbits, but I would really like to start grouse hunting. From what I've heard a full choke wouldn't be the preferred choice, as it is too tight. Would you recommend sending the gun to a professional to have it opened up? If so what would be the best constriction? and who would you send it to?
Q:Went to do a little target shooting with my 12 ga trying to get my wife into shooting a little bit. Was explaining a pattern to her and everything. I noticed my wife's pattern was a little high, so I thought I'd give it a shot. My pattern was also high. How do you fix that on a shotgun? Surely we don't both have the same glitch in our shot? Any help would be appreciated!