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Seabass77

Aftermarket Choke Tubes - Nova

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Anyone have an aftermarket choke tube on their Nova? Any recommendations?

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snowgoose

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I use one on my Nova for goose hunting. It holds the wad back and helps hold a better patteern for a greater distance. Instead of the BB's spreading out like a normal pattern they are kept togher in a line.

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bassman222

I second the PM, it is surely a tighter pattern than standard tubes

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-as the cooler weather and winged fowl start approaching the bassman magically transforms into duckboy

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walleyewacker

Last weekend was my trial for the PM and I was impressed. The main reason I bought it was because I needed to find a way to cut back on cripples without a dog, mostly ducks on water. It does take getting used to because the pattern is so tight that from what I have seen you will miss clean or smoke a bird. The biggest difference I have seen is with long shots up to 45yds. At the same time I would not recomend spending the money on a choke tube if you dont hunt a lot

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