I’ve bought a rifled choke a lot of time ago. Finally, I have tested it on the range today. Rifled choke is believed to stabilize a projectile in flight giving it a spin and better accuracy.

Rifled Choke for Shotguns

Rifled Choke for Shotguns

Distance was about 50 meters (54 yards). Shooting from the rest. I have used A4 (8.2 inches x 11.6 inches) size target.
Slugs used: RIO Royal Star Slug

First try with regular Cylinder choke:

Shooting Slugs on 50 Meters with Cylinder Choke

Shooting Slugs on 50 Meters with Cylinder Choke

First try with rifled choke:

Shooting Slugs on 50 Meters with Rifled Choke

Shooting Slugs on 50 Meters with Rifled Choke

Second try with regular Cylinder choke:

Shooting Slugs on 50 Meters with Cylinder Choke

Shooting Slugs on 50 Meters with Cylinder Choke

Second try with rifled choke:

Shooting Slugs on 50 Meters with Rifled Choke

Shooting Slugs on 50 Meters with Rifled Choke

Do Rifled Choke Tubes Improve Slug Accuracy?

First results show that there is no dramatical changes when using rifled choke. Skills of a shooter and proper aiming and trigger pull are more important.

I plan to test rifled choke on longer distance and with other types of slugs.

Rifled chokes are not expensive and you can test them yourselves: Rifled Chokes on Brownells