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Browning Superposed Choke Question

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Seitz231, Jan 9, 2009.

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  1. Seitz231

    Seitz231 Member

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    When I was home for Christmas, I saw a pre-war superposed that I thought was
    choked rether unique. It was **_ and * (imp cyl on the U barrel and full on
    the O barrel). I was wonderingif anyone at TS.com had any opinions as to what
    this gun may have been used for ? It also had a mid rib bead if that is of
    any help. The gun showed a lot of character so it had been well used.

    Skip Dillin
     
  2. Jawhawker

    Jawhawker TS Member

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    Its close to the chokings I have for upland O/U's.
     
  3. smifshot

    smifshot TS Member

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    In its years of manufacture Browning would choke the barrels any way you wanted at no extra costs..ie...full and full,,,skeet and IC...IM and IM and etc. I have only seen one bored IC and full. 30 inch and the owner used it for flyers and did a good job with it. He did feather some birds on ther first shot but was good enough to hit them with the 2nd barrel. Dont know the story on the one you saw but I bet there are many around..............probably in closets or gun safes. Wish I had one.............regards...smoker
     
  4. hmb

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    Sounds like it was set up for trap doubles. HMB
     
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