JEBS Precision Choke Tubes Teams Up With Duck Commander

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It’s a match made in duck-hunting heaven: JEBS Precision Choke Tubes and Duck Commander are teaming up, just in time for the coming season. If you want to give your hunting an edge this year, you might consider a new choke, and JEBS chokes are considered leaders in the field.

JEBS doesn’t make just any chokes, their chokes currently hold the still-target world record. The company makes chokes for everything from targets to clays to upland birds; no matter what your shooting sport of choice may be, they have you covered. They maintain strict quality control and use the latest technology to manufacture their chokes, all of which come with a lifetime guarantee. Their chokes are produced with an innovative internal design that is patented and made specifically to deliver a tighter pattern, which means a more effective wound track on game and a cleaner kill.

Duck Commander is, of course, the company known even by those outside the hunting and firearm industry thanks to the T.V. show, Duck Dynasty. The company itself produces everything from duck calls to countless accessories featuring their brand and has a solid reputation in the industry. According to Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the family, the men had heard about JEBS chokes but had yet to see them in action, so they set up some range time with the company to find out for themselves what all the fuss was about.

For the purposes of testing, the Robertsons took their Mossberg shotguns and a variety of chokes and shells. At a distance of forty yards the average pattern was about 70 pellets in a 30″ circle, but that changed when they switched to JEBS High Voltage choke. With the JEBS choke their patterns changed dramatically, increasing to 110-115 pellets at the same range, using the same shotgun and shotshells. Phil Robertson said the choke makes “too much of a difference not to” have a positive effect on this season’s duck hunts.

Bobby Sears, JEBS CEO, announced the company is “proud to partner with Duck Commander”. The two companies each bring important duck hunting items to the table and should complement one another nicely. It has not yet been announced exactly how they plan to partner or what this could mean for future products.

Visit JEBS site at www.jebschokes.com and Duck Commander at www.duckcommander.com.

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katie.ainsworth

Katie is an avid shooter, hunter, military journalist, and Southern girl. Firearms are her passion whether at the range or on a spot-and-stalk after a big buck. She’s a staff writer at The Firearm Blog and writes about guns, hunting, and the military for various publications both online and in print such as Outdoor Life, Handguns, and Shooting Illustrated. Shoot her a message at ainsworth.kat@usa.com


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  • Dan

    Well this should be an interesting comments section. Who’s gonna come out on top the duck dynasty haters or those who grew beards and have mossy oak bed sheets, and have the entire Robertson bobble head collection. (But have probably never duck hunted)
    Just kidding. But seriously i will be here just for the comments.

    • Nicks87

      Isnt the Duck Dynasty thing kind of over? I thought the first two seasons were funny but it got old real quick.

      • anonymous

        “Isnt the Duck Dynasty thing kind of over?”

        Duck Dynasty was the TV show.

        “Duck Commander”, the Robertsons’ merchandise brand, has been around for decades.

        • Nicks87

          Sorry, I’ve been duck hunting since the late 80s and I had never heard of Duck Commander until the show came out. I know they make calls but where I’m from you make your own duck call or one is given to you by a relative so I guess you could say the duck commander/dynasty/whatever was just a blip on my radar screen.

          • anonymous

            “I had never heard of Duck Commander until the show came out”

            Neither had I, but I’m not a duck hunter. However, my brother-in-law is. During the Robertsons’ whole broo-ha-ha 2 years ago with the Gaystapo, he told me that Duck Commander had been popular when he was in college, which was over twenty years ago.

            According to Wikipedia, Duck Commander was founded in 1972.

          • Dan

            They are also part of the whole Buck commander brand too correct? I duck hunt only time i seen duck commander calls would be visiting a Cabelas. But i had seen Buck commander something somewhere, perhaps tv i don’t recall. I like to duck hunt but not with the passion they do.

      • Dan

        I guess as long as someone wants you to put your name on their product it’s never over. But seriously it needs to be. It would have been a great one season show. Then it got way to far into the scripted reality.