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Briley X2 chokes vs. Comp-n-Chokes

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by FranzSodia, Nov 7, 2007.

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  1. FranzSodia

    FranzSodia TS Member

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    Has anyone compared Briley X2 chokes to Comp-N-Chokes? If so, whats the verdict for shooting trap with them? Does one throw better and more consistent patterns? Thanks, John E.
     
  2. ec90t

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    John,

    I've shot them both and without a doubt the Comp-N-Choke hit harder than the Briley did. The chokes were shot out of the same gun using the same shells. The gun(s) these were compared in was a 30" and 34" INV+ barrel. I was comparing IM to IM and the Briley had good breaks from the 25 but the Comp-N-Choke was hitting them like a Full! The resriction measured out at .027" for the Briley and .026" for the Comp-N-Choke, so there wasn't an appreciable difference in restriction.

    The down side of a Comp-N-Choke is that if you shoot a low rib gun, the front sight will dirty up a bit (because of the ported tube). The Comp-N-Choke is also a little louder due to the porting.

    For me it is a no contest! Briley makes a good tube, but the Comp-N-Choke is better. I'll sum it up this way, the difference in the quality of the pattern between a factory tube vs. a Briley is about the same as the difference betwwen a Comp-N-Choke and a Briley!

    ec90t
     
  3. FranzSodia

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    Thanks for your input, EC. I was leaning toward the Comps. I think I will try a couple. John E.
     
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