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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAMSHIR KHATTAK View Post
    Leon brother you explain very well.brother let me clear one ambiguity as you mention that normal shaheen Cartridge fall in lead shot category.is shaheen super and and exel and s.g cartridge also fall in lead shot?

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    bro all types of shaheen cartridges contain lead shots. i have never seen any shaheen cartridge containing steel shot

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    Thanks Colt 1911

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    Aoa members.
    I have baikal mp 153..but i sm how lost its chokes and wrench during shifting. Any idea from where can i get these chokes and wrench etc?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sakhan View Post
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    Slam to all...
    Brothers I got these choke tube with my new MP-153 and there is a choke tube named "F-Steel" and I would like to make sure if I can use lead shots with this F-Steel or its only for steel shots...
    what is the chamber size of your MP153 bro is it 3inch or3.5inch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOTGUNNER View Post
    gentlemen sos i know this is not a relevant thread i have been of the net for a while.i just have a little quarry about baikal side by side.has any body seen baikal sxs double trigger multi chokes in any gunshop.rawapindi or lahore.
    Baikal s/s with multi chokes is MP 43 E 1C but with single trigger only. Double trigger models are MP 43 E. What info do you req.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kohshikan5 View Post
    Baikal s/s with multi chokes is MP 43 E 1C but with single trigger only. Double trigger models are MP 43 E. What info do you req.
    Did you read my question bro that i asked in 2012.Please read the question again then you know what information i required in 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHOTGUNNER View Post
    Did you read my question bro that i asked in 2012.Please read the question again then you know what information i required in 2012.
    Brother thank God some1 has replied to ur Question after almost a decade lol. Chill no hard feelings
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    Quote Originally Posted by kohshikan5 View Post
    Baikal s/s with multi chokes is MP 43 E 1C but with single trigger only. Double trigger models are MP 43 E. What info do you req.
    Since I prefer sxs over o/u and I want duel triggers I think I should look for an MP 43 E. Does the aforementioned model have ejectors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Enigmatic Desires View Post
    Since I prefer sxs over o/u and I want duel triggers I think I should look for an MP 43 E. Does the aforementioned model have ejectors?
    Yes brother MP 43E is with ejectors but v tight chokes not suitable for upland hunt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kohshikan5 View Post
    Yes brother MP 43E is with electors but v tight chokes not suitable for upland hunt.
    Oh that perfectly fine. i am not a hunter.. This will be used for GCP kaay ghee kay dabbay. And if I get a chance. A bit of skeet.
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    AoA all,

    Skeet parameter for maximum(Shooting) distances is between 20-23
    yards.Whereas,in TRAP shooting (Away going Clay Birds) the shooters fire,
    the first shot beyond 30-yards.

    So,that's why more open chokes (SK,CYL,IMP CYL) are strongly recommended
    for Skeet and upland.Whereas,for Trap and other longer field shots (Full and 3/4)
    chokes are used.

    For all types of (CLAY SHOOTINGS) S/S shotguns are not recommended
    options,for the following reasons:

    1. The central RIB doesn't act as (Heat dissipation tool) like (Ventilated RIB)
    of O/Us and semi-autos.So when a shooter aligns his (HEATED) barrels with the
    Clay bird,he confronts a (BLURRY) image of the Target.

    2. The splinter type fore-ends of S/S shotguns do not fully cover the sides of barrels
    so,therefore after few shots at CLAYS the barrels become unbearable to hold
    with shooters LEADING HANDS.Although there are few leather covers available
    now,but still (Central Non-Ventilated Ribs) are of major concerns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mian-50 View Post
    AoA all,

    Skeet parameter for maximum(Shooting) distances is between 20-23
    yards.Whereas,in TRAP shooting (Away going Clay Birds) the shooters fire,
    the first shot beyond 30-yards.

    So,that's why more open chokes (SK,CYL,IMP CYL) are strongly recommended
    for Skeet and upland.Whereas,for Trap and other longer field shots (Full and 3/4)
    chokes are used.

    For all types of (CLAY SHOOTINGS) S/S shotguns are not recommended
    options,for the following reasons:

    1. The central RIB doesn't act as (Heat dissipation tool) like (Ventilated RIB)
    of O/Us and semi-autos.So when a shooter aligns his (HEATED) barrels with the
    Clay bird,he confronts a (BLURRY) image of the Target.

    2. The splinter type fore-ends of S/S shotguns do not fully cover the sides of barrels
    so,therefore after few shots at CLAYS the barrels become unbearable to hold
    with shooters LEADING HANDS.Although there are few leather covers available
    now,but still (Central Non-Ventilated Ribs) are of major concerns.
    Very nicely explained sir.
    Please explain more about clay shooting and skeet and trap rules and type of chokes to used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mian-50 View Post
    AoA all,

    Skeet parameter for maximum(Shooting) distances is between 20-23
    yards.Whereas,in TRAP shooting (Away going Clay Birds) the shooters fire,
    the first shot beyond 30-yards.

    So,that's why more open chokes (SK,CYL,IMP CYL) are strongly recommended
    for Skeet and upland.Whereas,for Trap and other longer field shots (Full and 3/4)
    chokes are used.

    For all types of (CLAY SHOOTINGS) S/S shotguns are not recommended
    options,for the following reasons:

    1. The central RIB doesn't act as (Heat dissipation tool) like (Ventilated RIB)
    of O/Us and semi-autos.So when a shooter aligns his (HEATED) barrels with the
    Clay bird,he confronts a (BLURRY) image of the Target.

    2. The splinter type fore-ends of S/S shotguns do not fully cover the sides of barrels
    so,therefore after few shots at CLAYS the barrels become unbearable to hold
    with shooters LEADING HANDS.Although there are few leather covers available
    now,but still (Central Non-Ventilated Ribs) are of major concerns.
    Nicely explained
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    Quote Originally Posted by FA226 View Post
    Very nicely explained sir.
    Please explain more about clay shooting and skeet and trap rules and type of chokes to used.
    AoA bro,

    The best way to understand Skeet & Trap shooting rules and
    firing sequences would be, to visit a proper shooting club,with
    active shooters practicing there.

    Secondly, you may visit (www.issf-sports.org) for complete
    rules and watch online videos of recent SHOOTING WORLD CUPS.

    For recreational Clay Shooting,one can have a Clay thrower (Both
    manual or battery operated one) but firstly you have to find a safe
    place for carrying out these shooting activities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mian-50 View Post
    AoA bro,

    The best way to understand Skeet & Trap shooting rules and
    firing sequences would be, to visit a proper shooting club,with
    active shooters practicing there.

    Secondly, you may visit (www.issf-sports.org) for complete
    rules and watch online videos of recent SHOOTING WORLD CUPS.

    For recreational Clay Shooting,one can have a Clay thrower (Both
    manual or battery operated one) but firstly you have to find a safe
    place for carrying out these shooting activities.
    Wa alikum salam bro.
    I have tried clay shooting few times in UK but guns belonged to the shooting club,have no experiance in skeet or trap i will try to look up in to the rules.its a good idea to get a clay thrower i do have land away from town for shooting.

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