A while back I picked up one of these: Stoeger Coach Supreme... Now to what I wanted to do with it. I'm a sucker for short firearms, be it short rifles or compact handguns and shotguns. My previous choice was a shotgun that had no options for chokes and I was always shooting cylinder bore. Now things have changed. While it's a cheaper shotgun and kicks like a freight train with slugs, I plan to use it as a versatile bird/rabbit gun. Today I picked up an extended modified choke. While it may look a little goofy, the intent is to match this modified choke .710" with the cylinder bore to the left. I don't mind it sticking out, I want to remember what side has what choke. As stated I plan to hunt rabbits soon and I picked up some #4 and #7 steel shot. Required on refuge. My theory was to run the heavier shot (#4) at cylinder bore for closer distances and then run the #7 at the longer distances to cover more ground in spread with the modified choke. Am I backwards in my logic? Should I run the #7 closer and #4 for longer? Maybe run the same at both distances? I wanted to cover the most ground for varying ranges of distances. Thoughts? Note: I have not patterned these yet with the steel shot. Edit 10/10/16: Recently parted with the shogun, kept the chokes in hopes of using them on another shotgun down the road.