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Carlson Extended Choke Tubes

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by bilm67, Mar 19, 2009.

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  1. bilm67

    bilm67 TS Member

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    I just bought my first Browning and I need some choke tubes. I can get the Carlson's extended choke tubes for a decent price. Does anyone have any experience with these and how do they compare to Briley's or Factory Browning Midas tubes?

    Thanks

    Bill
     
  2. ou.3200

    ou.3200 Well-Known Member

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    I like the Colonial Arms sporting clays tubes. They are nicely finished and priced right. http://www.colonialarms.com/catalog.html
     
  3. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    Another vote for Carlson's
     
  4. jrb100

    jrb100 Active Member

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    I just got mine today for my beretta.34.50 plus shipping total: 41.00. I also had one in my browning o/u inv.plus and have not found a choke any better.I use Imp. mod. in the browning. Carlson's # is 785-626-3700.


    good luck,
    joe
     
  5. bilm67

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    I have an account with Brownell's and can get either the Briley, Carlson or Colonial at a good price. The Carlson Sporting Clay tube looks just about like the Briley X-2 tubes, but the Briley costs a bit more. The colonials are a little cheaper yet, but they just have the narrow knurled end. I am really leaning towards the Carlson's as the look like a good tube at a reasonable price. How does that choke compare to the Briley x-2? I know I am getting pretty specific, but the two tubes look just about identical. I am just wondering if the Briley's a significantly better or you're just paying for the name?
     
  6. ismah

    ismah Active Member

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    I compared the carlson extended tube with my standard Remington choke tube and they patterned the same.
     
  7. BamBam2K

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    Bill.....I've got a BRAND NEW set of 5 Puregold choke tubes for sale. They are for Browning Invector Plus. They are ported and extended about 1.75 inches. The set includes 1 each of SKT, IMP.CYL., LT.MOD, MOD, and LT.FULL. They come in a nice plastic case and has the wire brush cleaning tool with it. As I mentioned these are BRAND NEW chokes, never installed in a gun ! You can see them at www.gameacc.net. If you go to their website you'll see that they want $299.00 for the 5 choke set that i have. I'll sell these for $175.00 shipped. Email me at the address above if you have any intrest. Thanx.........Perry
     
  8. ExFedex

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    Another happy Carlson customer here. They installed their tubes in my LT-20 and the Starlings hate it. Great workmanship and price.
     
  9. Golani

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    I own Wrights, Briley and Carlson Invector Plus choke tubes. In my opinion the Carlson tubes are the best of the lot. Great service and an excellent product.
     
  10. BigM-Perazzi

    BigM-Perazzi Well-Known Member

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    Carlson, or go straight to TruChoke
     
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