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Choke Thread Identification

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by ferlach, Sep 11, 2010.

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  1. ferlach

    ferlach Member

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    I have these two chokes in my krieghoff barrel. There is no brand name on it. These are after market chokes. Looking for help to identify what thread is it and who is the maker.
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  2. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    Same as Briley.

    Also, these are the exact same ones I get from Italy.


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  3. trapster100

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    Why the notches in the threads?
     
  4. Unknown1

    Unknown1 Well-Known Member

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    Maybe a choke wrench?

    MK
     
  5. trapster100

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    Don't the K80's have thread in first?
     
  6. ferlach

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    They are not factory chokes. I guess the company that made them threaded them first before they put the notches.
     
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    ivanhoe Well-Known Member

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    thekhan I think when trapster100 said "Don't the K80's have thread in first?"

    He means that he thinks the threads are on the other end of the tube. The tubes you have have the threads in last if they were in first the notches would be on the opposite end of the tube.

    Bob Lawless
     
  8. ferlach

    ferlach Member

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    I see.
     
  9. Rebsmith

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    They are Briley Type S-2 flush thinwall tubes. The notches are for the choke wrench.

    Jere
     
  10. ferlach

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    Thanks Jere.
     
  11. whiz white

    whiz white Strong Supporter of Trapshooting Banned

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    Actually, these are NOT Briley tubes. These are tubes made in Italy that my friend Marcello ships to me to sell here in the US.

    I sent him my 27 yard Briley tube last year to see if he could duplicate it. He called laughing to say that he thought my tube actually originated IN Italy. He gave reasons to substiantiate his thoughts.

    I now shoot there Titanium Nitrided tubes.

    WW
     
  12. ferlach

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    Briley's S-2 flush thinwall tubes are $45.00 each. I think I should go with them unless I find some at half price.
     
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