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Kick's High Flyer extended choke with diagonally-ported design for recoil reduction. Conical/parallel internal configuration.
Easy to install and remove with your fingers. No special wrench or tool required.
Fits 12g barrels with Remington style threads.
To ensure that you receive the correct chokes, it is important that you compare your existing chokes with the measurements and photographs provided on this page.
Whether you're hunting distant geese, decoying ducks, or an elusive covey of quail, Kick's High Flyer Choke Tubes are proven performers. High Flyer Choke recommendations are based on the distance you wish to accomplish. In addition to waterfowl, Kick's High Flyer chokes work great for hunting dove, upland game, or quail. To determine which choke sizes will work best for you, use the CHOKE SELECTOR TOOL.
While Kicks High Flyer 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 Choke Tubes.
For best results when using ammunition meant to be shot through non-ported choke tubes, see KICK’S Vortex chokes.
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.
High flyers can be purchased directly from the factory or through our international dealer network.