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Briley Choke Question

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by schneep, Jul 19, 2012.

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  1. schneep

    schneep Member

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    Which is the best choice and why??

    Briley flush IM choke for an 870

    Briley extended IM choke for an 870

    Would be on a 30 inch trap barrel
     
  2. CalvinMD

    CalvinMD Well-Known Member

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    the extended IM ..cuz an extra inch never hurt anything...remember "size DOES matter"
     
  3. Slugo

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    why not just use the inexpensive (less than half the price) but just as effective Remington choke. If you're shooting basic 16 yard ATA you only need a Mod constriction...
     
  4. redbone99

    redbone99 Member

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    I always use extended tubes. It's easy to check tubes between stations to make sure it is not loose. Also the extended tubes protect the end of barrel when you forget and lower your arm so barrel hits the concrete. Barrels are quite thin at the muzzle and very easy to damage.
     
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