Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

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Rottford
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Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby Rottford » Mon Nov 23, 2020 3:02 pm

I was playing around with chokes and Hal's 5/8 oz 410 duplex load ... 1/2 oz TSS 9.5s x 1/8 oz steel #4s. Cylinder choke was still alittle too tight for my liking at 40 yards. I ran across a Comp-N-Choke Negative .005 choke in Beretta Mobil threads. I think we have a winner here !!
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Re: Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby hawglips » Wed Nov 25, 2020 11:59 am

Very nice!



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Re: Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby Rottford » Thu Nov 26, 2020 8:33 am

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I got my 3 woodies yesterday morning in 3 shots with the 410 duplex loads .... 25, 35, and 45+ yard shots respectively. The longest shot appeared to have only winged the duck, but by the time my dog got to it, it was graveyard dead :) The other two ducks were shot by my hunting buddy .....
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Re: Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby hawglips » Mon Nov 30, 2020 9:02 am

Way to go!! Sounds like a hunter did some good shooting with that nice load!



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Re: Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby Rottford » Mon Nov 30, 2020 2:45 pm

We took a hunting trip Friday & Saturday after Thanksgiving to the Outer Banks of N.C. .... in the Currituck Sound. Friday was a bust, but after the fog lifted Saturday morning we had a good little green wing teal shoot :D I was shooting Hal's duplex 410 loads. My buddy was shooting the new Federal Black Cloud TSS 3 x 9 duplex loads in 12 gauge. We were 1 short of a 2 man limit :(
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The outside decoys were at 35 yards .... you can see how far out those 410 loads can roll a teal ....the wind was calm and both ducks pretty much stayed in place while my dog Annie retrieved them ?
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Re: Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby hol37748 » Tue Dec 01, 2020 7:49 pm

Rottford, Your patterns look great.

I’m searching for the best choke for my 410 Tristar Viper and plan to shoot the same 5/8 oz duplex load. Is the model number of the Comp-n-Choke you are using CBer410?



Rottford
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Re: Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby Rottford » Tue Dec 01, 2020 7:59 pm

Yes, but call Stuart at Comp-N-Choke before you place your order .... 888-875-7906. There are 2 different thread types on that part number. I had to return the first choke with my factory choke so he could send me back the right choke. The choke I got was Negative -.005



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Re: Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby hol37748 » Wed Dec 02, 2020 7:07 am

Thanks! I’ll give them a call this morning.



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Re: Tristar Viper G2 410 choke & pattern

Postby hawglips » Wed Dec 02, 2020 9:32 am

Rottford wrote:We took a hunting trip Friday & Saturday after Thanksgiving to the Outer Banks of N.C. .... in the Currituck Sound. Friday was a bust, but after the fog lifted Saturday morning we had a good little green wing teal shoot :D I was shooting Hal's duplex 410 loads. My buddy was shooting the new Federal Black Cloud TSS 3 x 9 duplex loads in 12 gauge. We were 1 short of a 2 man limit :( OBX-1 2020.JPG The outside decoys were at 35 yards .... you can see how far out those 410 loads can roll a teal ....the wind was calm and both ducks pretty much stayed in place while my dog Annie retrieved them ? Annie_Pic1.PNG



Very nice!

I grew up hunting Currituck, mostly an 800 acre section of marsh on the north end.




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