Whitetail Journal — 2020 Ultimate Gear Giveaway

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Whitetail Journal — 2020 Ultimate Gear Giveaway

Bell & Carlson Howa 1500/Weatherby Vanguard

— Sporter style stock with cheekpiece, no checkering
— Fits Howa 1500, Weatherby Vanguard, Smith & Wesson 1500  and Mossberg 1500, all with standard barrel contour, for short actions
— Full aluminum bedding block extends from the grip to the front swivel stud, no pressure pad/free floating
— 1-inch Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad
— 12.5-inch length of pull
— Approximately 2.0 pounds

Kicks Industries

Kicks' package includes the Buck Kicker shotgun choke

Buck Kicker chokes are available in several constrictions that can handle stho sizes from 000 to #4 Buck. Finished in matte black, buck kicker chokes are available for most 12-, 20- and 10-gauge models. Our best selling Buck Kicker chokes are now also available in camouflage.

With the right combination of choke and shot size, Buck Kicker produces a consistent pattern of choke and shot size. Buck Kicker produces a consistent 20- to 22-inch pattern at 40 yards with effective patterns out to 60 yards.

While performing well with all types of buckshot, copper-plated pellets will deliver the best results. Buck Kicker chokes are recommended for use with lead pellets only. Buck Kicker chokes are recommended based on shell and pellet size.


Buck Kickers 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.

Buck Kicker chokes feature 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 fatstrer and more accurate by reducing recoil and muzzle jump.

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