Not sure about chokes for buckshot, I dont think it is legal where I hunt in Wisconsin. I would rather use a slug anyway. If you want to check it out.. They sell rifled choke tubes for $39.99
They are actually pretty darn accurate, my dad shoots with one, and my buddy and I have both shot deer with it.
As far as turkey chokes, they help make your pattern denser and give you more range (you will want to test this out first to see what your effective range is) This isn't to say you cant kill a turkey with a full choke, my buddy did last year. I would definitely put some consideration into quality ammo if you choose to just use a full choke though. I use hevi-shot and it works great. Also, Winchester extended range works well too. The trick is to finding a load that works best with your gun and choke. This may mean swiching brands, or just switching from shooting #5's to #6's. Experiment and see what patterns best for you.
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