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Shotgun chokes are almost always designed for use during hunting or target shooting. A choke's tapered constriction of the shotgun barrel's bore helps improve performance by shaping the spread of shot. This provides better range and accuracy. Some types of shotgun chokes are built as permanent parts of the shotgun while others are screw-on attachments. Many shotgun chokes are after-market accessories but some are made by the gun manufacturers themselves.
The ideal spread of shot pattern varies depending on the intended targets. For most game birds and clay pigeons the pattern should be large but still dense enough to offer multiple hits per target. Defensive shotguns are meant to operate in tight quarters, so their most desirable pattern would be wide at even short ranges. Chokes originated in the US but are used in many countries. Many new shotgun chokes are designed to work with modern shotguns, which are often made to accommodate steel shot rather than lead shot (lead shot is frequently banned as it can poison water fowl).
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