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Browning 425 Choke Questions

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by SBray, Feb 17, 2012.

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  1. SBray

    SBray Active Member

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    Folks,

    I recently purchased a Browning 425 12 ga that has screw in chokes. I was considering buying extended chokes. What is the difference between Browning Invector and Invector Plus?

    Also, are Briley, Carlson, and Browning chokes pretty much the same quality?

    Thanks,

    Steve
     
  2. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Your gun has invector plus chokes. Invector were the generation prior, and are not interchangable w/ Invector +
     
  3. wayneo

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    Invector + are for back-bored barrels. Invectors are for standard bores.

    I think Carlson's makes an excellent choke for the money. JMO

    Wayne
     
  4. OldGoat

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    Info from wayneo is "right on". Regards, Ed
     
  5. SBray

    SBray Active Member

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    Thanks for the information folks, I will start checking them out!

    Steve
     
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    All the extended chokes that Browning sells are made by Briley.
    Check the internet and you can find Browning/Briley chokes for less with free shipping(MPC Sports).

    Bill
     
  7. SBray

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    Bill,

    I checked out MPC Sports and they have good prices and a large selection!

    Wayne and Ed,

    Carlson does have a great reputation!

    Thanks again,

    Steve
     
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    I have five Brownings and use both Briley and Carlson's extended clay target tubes. Satisfied with either...
     
  9. SBray

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    I have Briley in my P gun and they seem to do just fine. I guess at some point, it comes down to a matter of personal preference. If it is a well known quality make, how could it be much different than another well made choke?

    I guess it comes down to price.

    Steve
     
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