Joined: 31 Aug 2005
If it does eject your chosen shells why not shoot it at any clays game you enjoy? Mine's a Mod choked gun and although it's primarily a hunting gun for me I had a great time shooting 5-stand with it this year at a club where it was OK to shoot at pieces of clays you'd already broken.
_________________ Bore, n. Shotgun enthusiast's synonym for "gauge" ; everybody else's synonym for "shotgun enthusiast." - Ed Zern
I would use it for Dove hunting, quail hunting, duck hunting, pheasant hunting, skeet, trap, sporting clays, and all general tasks except goose and sandhill crane.
I seems to be the perfect hunting gun in these days of non-tox requirements.
Joined: 30 Sep 2015
Location: NEW SALISBURY INDIANA
encouraging info, may try it out. so far I use an IC A5 on skeet, a mod Ithaca 37 on trap and a marlin 90 on sporting clays, may try the winchester on 5 stand or may sell it for something choked more to my liking. Modified is my favorite.
_________________ 16ga 3-Win 37
16ga Win 12 1953
16ga Ithaca 37 1946
16ga LeFever Long Range 1937
16ga Western Auto Revelation
16ga Browning A-5 1929
16ga 2-Intrac O/U
16ga Lefever nitro special 1925
16ga Marlin 90 1939
Joined: 23 Aug 2009
Location: Southern Ontario
I had mine opened to IC. Use it for everything. Find a good patterning shell or recipe, and have at it. If you consistently miss.....don't blame the choke. I've seen guys shoot 28ga. guns choked skeet/skeet all day long on a the sporting clays course and consistently hit in the 60's....and these guys are not clays specialists (no offence fellas).
_________________ 1959 16ga. Antonio Zoli sxs 28"
1949 16ga. Model 12 28"
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