The Remington 870 Express is the most popular pump-action shotguns in the world. People use it for all sorts of purposes, such as self-defense, target shooting, and hunting. The factory barrel of the Remington 870 Express makes the weapon suitable for any purpose. However, the Remington 870 Express Fully Rifled Deer Barrel is a replacement barrel which enables you to shoot further and to be more accurate.

For example, When you hunt deer in the wilderness, it requires your shotgun to have longer effective range of the shots. The Fully Rifled Deer Barrel upgrade will provide your Remington 870 Express shotgun with this kind of versatility that is needed.

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A rifled choke is different from all the common chokes. It has rifling inside which is designed to add extra spin to a slug in order to make it more accurate. As you know, rifled barrels always make shooting more accurate. There are lots of holy wars about rifled chokes. Some people think that a short-rifled choke which is just 3.5 inches long cannot add sufficient spin that can make shots more precise. Others argue that tests show improvement in the accuracy of the shots. I have tested the rifled Benelli Choke some time ago and the results were pretty interesting. They were almost the same as with the rifled Remington choke.

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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.

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What is the purpose of a choke in a shotgun?

The choke in a shotgun is designed to shape how the shot spreads after you pull the trigger. That way you can gain more accuracy with your shots as well as better range. The choke is placed in the bore of the shotgun barrel, which is at the muzzle end. There are a two ways a choke gets installed into a shotgun. The screw-in chokes, which are easily replaceable and there are also fixed chokes that integrated into the shotgun barrel so that it is a part of the bore without being replaceable. So which ones are the best to use? Both are acceptable.

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