Choosing the correct choke tubes is paramount especially when hunting predators like coyotes, since they have extraordinary senses and because they use cover so well as they move.
So if and when a predator does show up, it will be quite close, and there’ll be no room for error. Shot patterns must be dense, uniform, and deliver the maximum possible downrange energy.
Trulock, maximum performance from different loads
Trulock is a US company based in Georgia and it is in the business since 1981: Trulock designs chokes with advanced ballistic theory and the top components, but also does extensive field testing to see if the theory holds up in the real world.
Trulock Predator Choke Tubes have a 4-inch overall length with a 3-inch forcing cone and a 1-inch parallel section, designed to minimize shot distortion and give dense patterns. They are made from high-strength stainless steel with a black oxide finish and have a knurled head.
These are available in designs that match the most popular brands of shotguns, because Trulock Choke Tubes don't just match the load, they match characteristics of individual brands of guns.
Like all Trulock products, the Predator line is designed, made and tested in America, where company owner George Trulock has been building better chokes tubes for hunters and shooters for decades. That’s why Trulock introduced a line of choke tubes called the Trulock Predator.
Each choke in the line is built to achieve maximum performance from different loads - whether you are shooting anything from #4 buckshot to smaller tungsten loads, you can select the load you want for your hunt and Trulock's Predator line will match a choke tube to your choice.