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choke install

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by gordy h, May 6, 2013.

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  1. gordy h

    gordy h Member

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    who installs chokes besides Briley?
     
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    Carlson. choketube.com Reasonable, quick turn around have had several done. Great guys.
     
  4. Gregg535

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    Hi Butch,

    You might want to state what type of gun you are interested in having choked to get the best answer. For example, the older 0.724 bore Perazzi guns with their barrels nearly touching at the muzzle end and also many of the Kemen KM-4 guns, you will find that Briley is probably the only one who will do the job. Most places just won't install the Series 1 size of tubes these need.

    Another example might be the Winchester SX-1 as there are quite a few shooters who feel that Stu Wight does the best job on these.
     
  5. gordy h

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    I want to have them put in a KS5 Spec. single barrel, I Like Briley but looking for a shorter turnaround time.
     
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    Carlson's
     
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    Ballistic Specialties (angle port)

    www.angleport.com
     
  8. Gregg535

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    Since you are talking about a Krieghoff, I would have Briley do the work. The reason is when you sell the gun it will make for an easier sale and bring a better price being Briley as nearly everyone has heard of them and they have the well known reputation.

    If you keep your receipt and paper work to show that Briley threaded your barrel, and have Briley choke tubes, it will also help at sale time. If your gun was an 870 or something similar that you wanted threaded, then Carlsons or Mike Orleans, etc would be the best choice; but your gun, being more expensive, would benefit "dollar wise" by using Briley.
     
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    Tom Wilkinson. Great patterns and crafsmanship


    Rich Davis
     
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