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Briley titanium choke

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Franktri, May 8, 2011.

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  1. Franktri

    Franktri Member

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    I have a Briley titanium on my Beretta Gold 682. The choke has NO grooves for tightening but just a universal tightener that fits with friction. It never fits as tight as other chokes with grooved tighteners. No matter how much I try to tighten it, it always comes loose after one round or so. Anyone have a similar problem and/or solution?
     
  2. xxstr8jacketxx

    xxstr8jacketxx TS Member

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    I've had it happen too it's because the barrel swels just slightly and the titanium doesent then the recoil makes it unscrew briley told me to use a heavy grease to take up the space it has worked so far
     
  3. 3dram8

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    When I had some titanium chokes, this wrench was perfect for getting the chokes tight enough to not shoot loose. You just insert the wrench and tighten the knob. Then crank in the choke until tight. The "friction-clutch" design will let the wrench slip a bit when the choke is tight enough which prevents over-tightening. ....Rick
     
  4. benniesdad

    benniesdad TS Member

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    This is what I use. Works great. I recommend it over the Colonial because it offers a little more grip.
     
  5. superxjeff

    superxjeff Active Member

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    the Unknown1 Has the right take on this one. Jeff
     
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