Looking for Remington choke tubes? While there is often a joke in the shooting community about a shotgun being for those who can’t shoot well otherwise, the reality is that certain hunting applications call for a significant degree of accuracy. In fact, the type of shells you use and the bore of your gun can make a big difference to your success out in the field. Of course, when it comes to using any sort of spread shot, there is another step you can take to help improve your performance.
Designed to change the way your pellets spread when you fire, the choke tube is an integral part of your hunting shotgun. While some suggest that a simple circle is the ideal shot pattern, the truth is that different applications might call for a different rate of constriction within the bore. As a result, you look for a choke tube that is really better suited for your application. In this way, you might use one tube for hunting quale and then switch to another when you load up the buckshot for deer season. To help you accomplish this, Omaha Outdoors carries a wide selection of Remington choke tubes for you to choose from, making it easy to get just what you need.
Shop for Standard Remington Choke Tubes
When you are looking at choke tubes, the way to measure is based on what percentage of the shot remains in a 30-inch circle at 40 yards. The constriction within each tube can change this spread depending on your situation. For standard choke tubes, Remington offers a wide variety of different options to choose from. Since skeet shooting doesn’t require you to shoot as far, the standard Skeet tubes are designed with less constriction and therefore a wider spread overall. Alternatively, the standard Turkey tube offers a much tighter constriction, providing for around 75% of the shot to stay within the range.
Other models have more exact specifications in mind, like the Modified Flush tube for 12 gauges, which puts 55-60% of the pellets into that circle at 40 yards. Alternatively, the Tactical Ported tube serves a more specialized purpose, offering recoil reduction and helping to reduce muzzle rise. For another tight grouping, the Full Flush tube for the 20 gauge stays within 65-75% at 40 yards. Overall, Remington makes almost 2 dozen different, standard choke tubes.
Need a Wingmaster HD Rem Tube?
A little more specialized, Remington only produces 3 distinct tubes for the Wingmaster HD (Heavy Density). These precision-made tubes are perfect for both standard and steel shot and machined from 17-4 stainless steel for durability. The standard Flooded Timber Improved Cylinder is great for waterfowl hunting and provides for the minimum amount of constriction. They make this cylinder in two configurations, offering some other choices beyond waterfowl. On the other hand, the third option is the Pass Shooting Full tube, which offers a much tighter constriction.
Find The Best ProBore Choke Tubes
Finally, Remington also produces about half a dozen ProBore choke tubes. Unlike the standard tubes, these are only made for 12 gauge shells, which is why they produce so few. They range from Flush patterns to modified, extended, and even another tactical configuration for greater control. Whatever you choose, they offer constriction based upon industry standards for the best results.
Remington Choke Tube Tools and Accessories
Of course, if you are going to change out the choke tube, you will want to ensure you have the tools necessary to get the job done. Remington manufactures a variety of different tools to work with all of their different shotguns and provide for a smooth installation of the new tube. Here at Omaha Outdoors, we offer standard wrenches for 12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge, and 28 gauge. Alternatively, you can get a choke tube speed wrench for your 12 or 20 gauge model, ensuring a faster installation. Once you have the right tools, you can quickly and conveniently swap out for the right tube at the right time.
Ultimately, changing out your choke tubes based on your activity may not seem that important, but the difference it can make in your spread can actually affect your results. Whether it is hunting a particular type of game or preparing for your next skeet shooting session, Omaha Outdoors makes it easy to find the right tube for the job. If you have any questions about which one will best serve your needs, just pick up the phone and speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff. Otherwise, use the convenient sorting features online to narrow down your options and find what you need. Place your order below with confidence and we will take care of the rest.