What is Super Sporting Clays?

Super sporting clays is a sport similar to sporting clays, FITASC, trap, and skeet.

Over the years they have gained a large following. Usually, you have to shoot 3 traps (targets) at each station. It’s quite fun to see and participate. The clays were supposed to imitate birds move. So, when you shoot them mid-air that experience will come in handy while dove hunting.

But as we all know shotguns tend to have a wide spray shot. That’s why you need the best choke for sporting clays nail all the targets. There is no room for choking.

Carlson’s Choke Tubes 29776 Full

Full chokes are supposed to perform better than other chokes at clay shooting. Because full chokes normally have more constriction than other chokes. The more constriction means the denser pattern. If the pattern is dense then it will travel a long distance. That’s exactly what you want in clay shooting.

The choke is made out of stainless steel. The constriction size of the choke is 0.007 inches. You can guess how dense the pattern will be thanks to this choke.

It is also compatible with a lead shot, steel shot, buckshot, and Nickel shot.

This choke can fit Mossberg 500, Weatherby, Savage, Winchester, and Browning Invector 12 gauge choke systems without any issue.

For the price, this is an excellent value for clay shooting.

Remington 19149 Choke Tube for Sporting Clays

This is a great choke for the people in the budget. This choke outperforms for its price.

Honestly, when I learned that this is a $40 choke, I was skeptical about whether it is going to be good or not.

To my surprise, it performed damn well. It has a .670 constriction. It is great for mid-range hunting. The only downside of this choke is, you can only use lead shots with this choke. On top of that besides Remington shotguns, you can’t use it on other ones.

If you are using a Remington gun and on a tight budget for a choke you can purchase this one.

Carlson’s Beretta/Benelli Mobil 12 GA Sporting Clays Choke Tubes

This one has a .700 constriction. Same as a full choke.

The material used int his choke si 17-4 heat-treated stainless steel. You don’t have to worry about the choke when you shoot nonstop.

One of the best features of this choke is, you can use it with Lead, Copperplated, Nickle, Hevi-Shot, Bismuth, Tungsten, or Steel shot. Now that’s called versatile. Comes with the price I guess.

The non-glaze matte finish is definitely a looker.

To top of all these amazing features you get a lifetime warranty.

The only con of this choke is, it’s not suitable for all types of Benelli. More like it doesn’t fit on all of them.

Choke shot control pattern

They control how wide or narrow the pattern of your shot is going to be. Depending on your need, you need to take a choke with a wider shot control pattern, or a narrow one.

But whichever you choose, you need to make sure that benefits you. You will be the user, not me. I love narrow spread shot pattern, that doesn’t mean you have to love the narrow shot pattern. Your hunting may need a wider pattern. For example, you will be highly benefited from a wider angle shot pattern if you are mainly a waterfowl hunter.

The reason is, most of the time we use decoys to bait waterfowls. They tend to hide or stay near the decoy. If you aim towards the decoy, the pattern will hit on the waterfowl. If the pattern is wide and the distance is not that big the waterfowl will die.