Kick's High Flyer Waterfowl Choke Tubes

Details

Designed for steel shot but equally useful for upland game, High Flyer improves patterns and reduces muzzle jump for denser, faster and more accurate follow-up shots. 
Please specify Constriction Size: Improved Cylinder (1), Modified (2), Full (3), Xtra Full (4). There are four tubes that use the same order code. 

Whether you're hunting distant geese, decoying ducks, or an elusive covey of quail, High Flyer chokes are proven performers. High Flyer recommendations are based on the distance you wish to accomplish. In addition to waterfowl, High Flyer chokes work great for hunting dove, upland game, or quail. 

While High Flyers can be safely used with lead shot, they are labeled based on the pattern performance you will get with steel or other non-toxic load you wish you use. Waterfowl hunters who are looking for the best patterns possible will be pleased with the superior results delivered by Kick's High Flyer chokes. 

High Flyer chokes are not recommended for use with Federal Black Cloud ammunition. 

THE DUCK STOPS HERE! High Flyer chokes are precision machined to high tolerance standards on computer controlled equipment. 
We use 17-4 PH grade stainless steel in order to produce the best quality shotgun chokes on the market today. 
High Flyer features a unique conical/parallel internal design and our exclusive outward angled diagonal ports. These features improve pattern density by up to 20%. The extended ported section also makes follow up shots faster and more accurate by reducing recoil and muzzle jump. 

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The Best you can buy.

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This choke is amazing! I'm shooting kent #3 and dropping ducks left and right.
<br>I've tried pattern master and Carlson"s chokes but they don't come close to the consistency I get with Kicks.

Makes cheap shells work

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The Kicks Full HF makes the most out of discount brand steel shot.

Heavy Hitter

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Hunting late season divers on the Columbia river can be frustrating-they're fast, very wary and die hard. Even with a good dog, retrieving a cripple is not always a sure thing. Wind, water chop and current can lead to losing a wounded bird, something every responsible 'fowler hates. I bought the kicks in full choke last season and I can testify it hits HARD consistently. Finishing shots of cripples on the water prove to be more effective also, saving ammo and getting your bird in the blind quicker. Couldn't be happier with this tube! btw, I usually shoot Hevi Steel #3-great results both duck/goose.