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ARE COMP-N-CHOKES OK

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by spritc, Dec 13, 2007.

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  1. spritc

    spritc Active Member

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    I bought some and shot them for a while and found them to be as good as any out there, but they are a bitch to clean.

    The other Steve
     
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    I know of a Virginia State skeet champ that shoots em. I'd like to find a Cylinder or Skeet for the Beretta Mobil series in the silver finish.
    Keith
     
  3. plinker61

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    i just got a pair of full chokes for my son & i and we both like them,as far as cleaning, i keep a jar of hoppes that the tubes fit into,let them soak over nite& they clean up fine,most shells ive ran through them between cleans was 300,mark
     
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    You might try running a search. This question was asked a few weeks ago. I have shot them in several different guns and they are my choice.

    JON
     
  5. d endicott

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    How are they for turkey hunting?
     
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    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    Don't waste your money if you are buying them because you think they're going to give you recoil reduction...
     
  7. claybrdr

    claybrdr Well-Known Member

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    I don't know what they currently sell for but they are no better than Angle Port chokes currently selling for $25 each and 5 for $100. Plus, the Angle Port chokes can be ordered non-ported to save the messy clean up and in either silver or gold finish.

    Comp-and-choke are just another gimmick and are so long you have to remove them from the barrels of K-80s, Perazzis and Kolars before they will go into fitted hard cases. I would only consider them in an auto where all the gunk can't build up between the chokes as it does on an OU. The gunk build up between chokes is why Angle Port sells very few ported chokes these days. Of course if you want to look cool.......
     
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    They are good- are they better? dont know

    regards

    Gene
     
  9. Eleanor

    Eleanor TS Member

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    The best, period.
     
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    Ported chokes are simply a personal preference and I have been told that they do function adequately to slow the wad down on non ported barrels but if you are concerned about gunk build up between chokes or around the porting of your ported barrels? ..... Apply a little grease in and around the concerned areas and between the parting planes between the chokes prior to each use and then simply wipe the gunk away with a soft cloth after each use at the end of the day, nothing more simple.

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  11. Pass103

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    Seminole is the only maker of after market chokes that dont crud up. I have never had to clean my Seminoles. No muss no fuss
     
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