I recently bought a SBE II Classic and with it, I bought a Carlsons Cremator Long Range Choke and have a Mid Range on the way. I decided to pattern the LR choke today at both 30 and 40yds with some left over Remington Nitro Steel that I purchased back in 2015 but haven't gotten around to using and now may be my go to load. I originally wanted to get 3" 1 1/4oz #3's but after trying these #2's I may stick with them. First pattern was at 30yds being this is the distance the majority of birds I shoot at are taken. (140 Hits in 30" or 92%) Being that this was a very tight pattern, I decided I better back it up and this would be my dedicated late season/long range choke tube First pattern at 40yds (116 hits in 30" or 76%) (excuse my horrible aim point, I decided I made it a tad too high. Also, there are about 8 or so hits within the blue that you can see faint darker lines coming out of the circle to represent what number of hit they are) 2nd Pattern at 40yds (122 hits in 30" or 79%) I decided to use a larger sheet of cardboard for the 2nd shot at 40, being that my gun obviously shoots a little high (I float the bird in trap and prefer this to "covering the bird) and I wanted to capture all of the shot on the target. Surprisingly all of the shot even the ones that landed outside of the 30" were on the target. 155 pellets is what I measured on a shell cut open and 155 were counted total on this target. I know I should definitely pattern more than this just to be sure, but I am limited due to only having 5 shells remaining that I will want to use to pattern at 40yds and 30yds again with the mid range choke when It gets here. If those patterns go well do you guys think these patterns would be suitable for teal-mallards? Are there too many gap areas where there aren't enough pellets or would these be considered even, quality patterns? Im assuming that this is too tight at 30yds, but what percentage should I be looking at for that distance? Thanks in advance and Ill be sure to get a few pics up of the Mid Range choke at 30 and 40yds when it gets here and if you guys think these are good patterns Ill have to order a case up quick before the season starts as it'll be my go to all around duck load! Also, how would these possibly work on Giant Canadas or the like encountered in ND and MN? I usually use BB but if these are really strong patterns, I'd consider using these.