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BROWNING INV. PLUS LT. FULL?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Pull-it!, Sep 27, 2010.

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  1. Pull-it!

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    I am looking to buy an Inv. plus "Lt. Full" Ext. choke. anybody got one for sale or any suggestions for what kind to buy?
     
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    I use briley ext. lt. full in xt unsingle will not be dissapointment if you have the ability to center most btargets. 50.00 but get it and leave it in 16 to 27.
     
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    Brileys at MPC Sports.
     
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    If you are using a Browning choke marked full, you already have one.
    All my Browning chokes are a half size larger than my Briley made ones. I doubt you would know the difference.
     
  5. Andy44

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    I use Seminole Custom chokes with great results in my O/U. For my single barreled guns, I use Comp-N-Chokes, which IMHO are the best! AndyH :)
     
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    Try a Carlson full choke,it's .710,your browning midas grade full is .705 I would assume that would or could be considered a light full choke with the Carlson.

    Doug H.
     
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    Knowing what the choke measurement is, only gives you half the information that you need. You also have to know what the diameter of your barrel is. With both measurements you can determine the amount of constriction and know what choke is in place. HMB
     
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    I have an extra CRV Light Full for 32.00 shipped in a padded envelope.
     
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    What are you calling a CRV? Who is the choke made by?
     
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    Made by Chris R. Vendel(sp) Tube says: Zip Products Browning Invector Plus, LT.FULL
     
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    Do you have any pics of it? Do you know what constriction it is? .30?
     
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    Constriction depends on the bore of your gun. Works well in my 99 Plus though. No pictures, Sorry
     
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    Is it an extended tube or flush? I was going to put it in a BT-99 or a Citori Plus gun.
     
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    hi browning invector plus extended chokes are manufactured by briley.it is an excellent choke and available through most retailers.i called briley and they verified this for me good luck
     
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    The only chokes I shoot for trap are wrights, they are the best out there.
     
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    It is extended. I have 2 and don't need both.
     
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