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Any Comp-n-choke Experience

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by chiefjon, Jan 20, 2010.

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  1. chiefjon

    chiefjon Active Member

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    They are all I use. I like the fit, size and ease of installation. They get pretty good reviews on here.

    JON
     
  2. spritc

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    I have owned them for a Kolar and a Beretta. They pattern great, but are a bitch to clean.
     
  3. short shucker

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    Sam,

    If you know the bore size they'll match the tube for no extra charge.

    I've got them for 2 of my 682's and really like their performance. They'll plastic foul quickly if you use inferrior grade wads.

    ss
     
  4. hunter44

    hunter44 Well-Known Member

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    They throw great patterns, yes, they are a bitch to clean. I use .35 for everything.
     
  5. napawino

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    I have five of them for my 682 Sporting. They are a bear to clean, but they are worth the extra work. Patterns are great and they install and remove easily.
    Fred Wiedemann
     
  6. hammer-time

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    I like mine in my 303s. They do pattern maybe a half choke tighter than the factory beretta chokes. As far as cleaning, I buy WD40 a gallon at a time for my business. I fill a small coffee can enough to cover the chokes, set them in their over night and by the next morning, an old sock wipes the plastic fouling away. Cleaning doesn't get much simpler than that. Plus, I'v been using the same coffee can of WD 40 for over a year and haven't had to add to it yet (will soon though) because I keep a lid on it.
     
  7. Wingshotgod

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    They're all I use. I do agree with hammer-time that they do pattern half a choke tight. And I also use the "soaking method" to clean them with the exception that I use Break Free. I'm about ready to send Charlie a set of 3200 barrels to match fit some chokes.
     
  8. g7777777

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    Good chokes and company

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  9. billn

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    Put a light coat of lube on the chokes before you go out, then spray them with a gun scrubber or something like that, they will wipe off more easily.
     
  10. goose2

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    They must be a pretty decent choke for Kolar to use them in there new guns.
     
  11. Landshark

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    Anybody have a MOD Comp-n-Choke for a Browning Inv. Plus for sale?
     
  12. Shell Shucker

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    I love my Comp-N-Chokes! They are well made and pattern wonderfully.
    They definitely shoot tighter than what's marked on them but what the hey.
    I clean mine by removing them from the barrel, placing then in a soup can
    and spray them down with a good carb cleaner like Pyroil and leave 'em sit
    for 10 minutes, then blow out the ports with 100psi. air before re-oiling.
    Good carb cleaner eats plastic for breakfast.


    Happy Blastin'
    JJC
     
  13. merlynstrapguns

    merlynstrapguns Well-Known Member

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    I have a 5-tube set for a K-80 for $250.00......merlyn
     
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