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BPS 12 gauge
« on: April 10, 2018, 05:01:42 PM »
40 yards, 3", Winchester LB's, #5, .670 choke, jelly head

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Re: BPS 12 gauge
« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2018, 10:31:24 PM »
Not sure what to think of that pattern. My BPS is much tighter at 40. Gap on left would worry me some also lot of flyers. I shoot a BPS with #5 LB as well as #6 and 4's. This pattern resembles #6's to me. I would like a tighter pattern. I use a kicks .655. My current go to LB are 5's and 4's for field work and LB 6 for woods shooting. Has been a great combo last couple years. Just my two cents. I don't want to sound too critical.
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Re: BPS 12 gauge
« Reply #2 on: April 10, 2018, 10:41:03 PM »
Not sure what to think of that pattern. My BPS is much tighter at 40. Gap on left would worry me some also lot of flyers. I shoot a BPS with #5 LB as well as #6 and 4's. This pattern resembles #6's to me. I would like a tighter pattern. I use a kicks .655. My current go to LB are 5's and 4's for field work and LB 6 for woods shooting. Has been a great combo last couple years. Just my two cents. I don't want to sound too critical.
Thanks, I wanted feed back. It's a 3 " gun. I usaly run a .665 I.C..thought I'd I would try .670. Allaboutshooting recommended me to try it.

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Re: BPS 12 gauge
« Reply #3 on: April 10, 2018, 10:46:36 PM »
Not sure what to think of that pattern. My BPS is much tighter at 40. Gap on left would worry me some also lot of flyers. I shoot a BPS with #5 LB as well as #6 and 4's. This pattern resembles #6's to me. I would like a tighter pattern. I use a kicks .655. My current go to LB are 5's and 4's for field work and LB 6 for woods shooting. Has been a great combo last couple years. Just my two cents. I don't want to sound too critical.
Thanks, I wanted feed back. It's a 3 " gun. I usaly run a .665 I.C..thought I'd I would try .670. Allaboutshooting recommended me to try it.

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You will get a lot of suggestions from folks on here and most are very good. However, your gun is going to have the last word on what works best and it usually takes time and experimentation to find the right combo. I have found the LB's to be an excellent shell to work around and I believe that there is a choke that will pattern well with your gun.

Although that pattern will kill.
« Last Edit: April 10, 2018, 10:59:47 PM by mtns2hunt »
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