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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    One thing I have noticed is there does not seem to be an after market Turkey Choke for my Mossberg 535 or I cannot seem to find one. Are there any available at a reasonable price?
    http://www.choketube.com/

    Call or email them. They will advise which choke works in your Mossberg.
    I found this....

    https://www.choketube.com/downloads/...hange-2017.pdf
    Last edited by rick_iles; December 29th, 2018 at 07:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    One thing I have noticed is there does not seem to be an after market Turkey Choke for my Mossberg 535 or I cannot seem to find one. Are there any available at a reasonable price?
    Al’s corner store in Arnprior should have Carlson turkey chokes for your 535. I bought a few from there. I also bought a Indian Creek direct from manufacturer. That’s what I use in my Mossberg 535 and 935. The stock Mossberg turkey choke was actually pretty good also. Good Luck.
    Last edited by Deer Hunter; December 29th, 2018 at 08:27 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    One thing I have noticed is there does not seem to be an after market Turkey Choke for my Mossberg 535 or I cannot seem to find one. Are there any available at a reasonable price?
    The Mossberg 535 choke thread is interchangeable with Browning Invector/Winchoke. Just look for a Browning Invector (not Invector plus) turkey choke. There should be tons available.

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    You will love turkey hunting buddy! A good beginner call is a slate pot call or a push button friction call. Depending on how long you can sit motionless maybe a blind would be a good idea - I have used both a permanent and a pop-up blind with good success.

    I typically start scouting in beginning of April and put some camera out to try and pattern them.

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