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What is the usual choke on a Stevens Model 311A shotgun?

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2015-07-17 17:31:40
2015-07-17 17:31:40

On the one I own the right is mod. the left is full.

My 16 ga that I bought when I was 11, I'm 53 now is full and modified. It's killed countless rabbits squirrels, pheasants, quail, ducks and other assorted animals including a deer. Great first gun, but I still love it.

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