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Choke Tube Speed Wrench

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by RRA, Jan 31, 2011.

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  1. RRA

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    I am looking to buy a choke tube "speed wrench" to insert and remove invector plus choke tubes. I know Browning, Carlson and Briley make them. Have you used any of them and which model do you prefer?

    Rod
     
  2. claykiller

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    Rod:

    I switched over from the Browning Invector chokes to the Brileys. Along with the chokes I also bought the Briley speed wrench and it works great, no complaints. If you're thinking about switching chokes, the Brileys do make a difference.
     
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    Rod:

    I switched over from the Browning Invector chokes to the Brileys. Along with the chokes I also bought the Briley speed wrench and it works great, no complaints. If you're thinking about switching chokes, the Brileys do make a difference.
     
  4. EuroJoe

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    best $25 you'll ever spend! Briley!
     
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    If your choke tubes are notched, Briley is good; if they're not buy a tapered wrench from Wright's.

    MK
     
  6. spitter

    spitter Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    I had a Carlson expandable wrench and it was adequate for proprietary chokes. I have a Browning deluxe wrench with the movable t-handle and that works very fast on Invector+ . I have a Briley speed wrench for my thinwall system.

    No one wrench can do it all, IMO

    regards,

    Jay
     
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