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BT99 choke wrench

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Hotrod67, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. Hotrod67

    Hotrod67 Member

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    I have a BT99 plus and in need of a choke tube wrench. Have never owned a gun with screw in chokes before and have no idea what a wrench would go for. Thanks Dan. (Md)
     
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    Call Browning and have them send you one.Couple of bucks.
     
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    If they are flush chokes as I assume they are since my son's BT has flush chokes, then a speed wrench is the way to go. Has a rubberized tip that grips the tube in the inside, and a handle that you can turn to remove and put in the tubes. You can buy them directly from Browning, but you'll pay more. Do a search for Browning Speed Wrench and you'll find what you need.

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    Thanks fellas, I'll look them up on Brownings website.