There are many chokes available for shotguns and one of them is a skeet choke. The constriction is between the Cylinder and Improved Cylinder. As you can see, there are a lot of chokes available for any purpose. Skeet is a sport where competitors shoot at clay targets that are flung into the air from two fixed stations and from a variety of angles. It is fun to shoot at clay pigeons and the skeet choke is the one which can help you shoot better.

The Remington Skeet Choke is extended which means that it is easier to screw it in or screw it out. It also extends past the barrel thus protecting it from bumps. Also, an extended choke has a longer parallel section of the extended choke, so it provides consistent shot patterns.
You can always see what choke you have in your shotgun because there is laser marked constriction name on the choke tube.

Skeet Choke for Shotguns

Skeet Choke for Shotguns

The choke which I use is made by Carlson’s. This company is a well-known manufacturer of barrels and chokes. Many hunters and competitive shooters have used them for years without any problems.
This skeet choke is made of 1704 stainless steel. It features a knurled surface that allows hand tightening to be easier. It also has traditional flats, so you can use a wrench to tighten it.
This skeet choke can be used with steel shot which is required in some places.

Overall, it is a very nice choke which I can recommend. This skeet choke is very nice and well made.

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