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Briley Helix Chokes

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by JohnnyF903, Oct 23, 2012.

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  1. JohnnyF903

    JohnnyF903 Member

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    Has anyone tried the Briley Helix Chokes. Any problems with them.

    Johnny
     
  2. reddeath

    reddeath TS Member

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    Same as any other choke. No differance in performance they just look cooler!
     
  3. Mike Hessong* (MH*)

    Mike Hessong* (MH*) Active Member

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    I have a set of (5) I shoot "occasionally" in my K-80, and the only problem I have with them, is that they get so filthly dirty after just a couple of rounds. I wish I would have gotten the black-oxide versions, but they almost turn black by the endof the 2nd or 3rd round !!!
     
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    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Do a search of past threads, plenty of them in the past couple months.
     
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    Do a search here. There is at least a half dozen threads discussing them. Neil Winston did testing with the Helix and could find no discernible difference between it and other quality chokes.
     
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