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brkncly 11-May-11 - 04:40 PM ET
bjk1972 11-May-11 - 04:50 PM ET
Recoil Sissy 11-May-11 - 05:48 PM ET


Subject: Remington 90T ever come with changeable chokes?
From: brkncly
Date: Wed, May 11, 2011 - 04:40 PM ET
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I was wondering if Remington ever offer changeable chokes in the 90T? I see a lot of them for sale with fixed full chokes but not interchangeable chokes.

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Subject: Remington 90T ever come with changeable chokes?
From: bjk1972
Date: Wed, May 11, 2011 - 04:50 PM ET
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Sure did.Factory ported too.

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Subject: Remington 90T ever come with changeable chokes?
From: Recoil Sissy
Date: Wed, May 11, 2011 - 05:48 PM ET
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I bought a pair of new 90-T's in late 1997. One was a high rib. The other was a low rib. The high rib box has an original factory sticker listing the following eighteen (18) factory options:

1) 1 1/4" Monte Carlo

2) 1 3/8" Monte Carlo

3) 1 1/2" Monte Carlo

4) 1 1/2" Straight stock

5) Semi-fancy wood

6) Fancy wood

7) Extra Fancy wood

8) Satin finish

9) Gloss finish

10) 32" barrel

11) 34" barrel

12) 34" Heavyweight barrel

13) Porting

14) Remington sideplates

15) Blank sideplates

16) Polished metalwork

17) Adjustable comb

18) Adjustable lenght of pull

I don't know if factory choke tubes were an option or not but they aren't on the list.

sissy

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