RHINO Gun Cases Introduces the Thunderbolt Choke Series

Steve Sheetz

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WILLISTON, FL - RHINO Gun Cases Inc. is proud to introduce a new line of high end chokes, the Thunderbolt Series. The Thunderbolt Series offers Turkey Thug, Waterfowl, Dove/Pheasant and Predator. With 35 years of patented design, manufacturing and marketing on our other lines of chokes, RHINO has developed another superior choke design worthy of joining our product line.

RHINO'S Thunderbolt Series is designed around our patented port hole design. The holes are designed as wad strippers. This design allows the shot stream to develop and maintain itself with zero interruption and interference from the wad, therefore producing 33-percent more consistent and more uniform shot patterns than any other choke. The by-product of the porting reduces felt recoil by as much as 10-percent aiding in reduction of recoil in the 3" and 3-1/2" magnum shells where reduction of recoil is most necessary.

One of the unique features of the ported Thunderbolt design is the capability to handle all shot loads unlike any competitor's ported chokes.

The Waterfowl and Dove/Pheasant series is offered both in early and late season restrictions. For more information, log on to www.rhinochokes.com or call 800-226-3613.

Rhino Gun Cases Inc. is an official licensee of Haas Outdoors Inc. Haas Outdoors Inc. is headquartered in West Point, Miss., was established in 1986 and is home of Mossy Oak (www.mossyoak.com). Mossy Oak specializes in developing and marketing modern camouflage designs for hunters and outdoorsmen. Mossy Oak patterns can be found on a multitude of products worldwide. Haas Outdoors Inc. is the outdoor industry leader in modern camouflage design, international licensing and marketing. Haas Outdoors Inc. markets its services and products under widely recognized brands including: Mossy Oak, BioLogic, Mossy Oak Productions, MOOSE Media, Nativ Nurseries, and Mossy Oak Properties.

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