Whigham, GA (November 30, 2021) – One of the best ways to improve long-range shots, be it for waterfowl or upland game, is to have a quality choke tube, such as those from Trulock Choke Tubes. Another way to improve shots is using a premium shell to get the best patterns. Both items are inexpensive and can yield amazing results. Trulock’s goal is to make high-quality, close tolerance waterfowl choke tubes at reasonable prices.
Below are examples of three patterns. The first pattern (on the left) was shot using a factory full choke for made for steel shot. The middle pattern was shot using a flush style Trulock™ modified constriction with a corresponding (from 64% to 77%) increase in pattern density. The third pattern (on the right) was shot using an extended Trulock™ Precision Hunter™ non ported, modified choke tube. Note the pattern density went to a whopping 91%
All patterns shown were typical of this shell and choke combination. All shots were taken at the standard 40-yard distance using identical shotshells from the same lot number. (12 gauge 3 inch with # 2 size steel loaded with 1.125 ounces of shot.)
Trulock PH non ported has an MSRP of $ 44.99 plus shipping. All Trulock™ Chokes are backed with a 60-day satisfaction guarantee and a lifetime warranty. Check out TrulockChokes.Com for choke recommendations with lead or steel shot, for a variety of game. At Trulock, customer service is not just a name; it is something the company is dedicated to giving.
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About Trulock™ Choke Tubes
George Trulock began manufacturing chokes in 1981 to solve the dilemma of creating a choke system that could be retrofitted into most shotgun barrels without the use of an adaptor or machine tools. His final design launched The Tru-Choke style choke tube in 1982. Since then, this proprietary system has been adopted by several shotgun manufacturers as O.E.M. and copied by a number of aftermarket choke makers. Trulock™ chokes now stocks approximately 2,000 different choke part numbers and has come a long way from George’s first piece of production equipment, a Warner and Swasey # 2 turret lathe.
Trulock™ Chokes has grown from a one-man show to a company that employs 30 people producing products 24 hours a day, 5 days per week. Trulock™ Chokes is still a family-owned business with George’s sons, Scott and Jerrod, a vital part of the management team.
Trulock™ Chokes has three goals: to make the best product, to give the best customer service and to have 100 percent customer satisfaction. In the event a customer is not completely satisfied with their purchase, they can return it for a refund or exchange within 60 days from the date of purchase. Watch videos and get questions answered on what type of choke to buy at https://www.youtube.com/user/TrulockChokes. Buy Trulock™ Chokes online at TrulockChokes.Com.
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