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extended ported choke tubes?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by bodybuilder, Jan 8, 2009.

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  1. bodybuilder

    bodybuilder TS Member

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    I was thinking of getting an extended ported Imp.Mod or full choke for my trap gun. I already have extended tubes, Does anyone think the ported tubes pattern or help any more than just the regular extended tubes?
     
  2. 12Gagejon

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    waste of money just get extended and next shooter will like you more Jon
     
  3. over the hill

    over the hill Active Member

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    My son recently bought a Briley ported tube for his Ber. 391. He says he can feel a difference on muzzle jump.



    Regards....Gerald
     
  4. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    If the ports are all the way around the circumfrence of the tube, then there can be no reduction in "barrel jump" because all the "jets" have equal and opposite forces acting on the other side.
     
  5. Gary Waalkes

    Gary Waalkes Well-Known Member

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    If everything they sell actually buys a target, my average would be over 100.
     
  6. cottondoctor

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    Some people say the porting strips the wad from the shot and will yield hotter cores for the pattern - --- I dont know if they help or not - the extended part helps protect the bore from the grit and dings - and the porting makes it easier to spot the gun in the rack at the shoot ----Otherwise to each their own ---if you got'em shoot'em - if not don't, don't sweat it
     
  7. Wayne of PA

    Wayne of PA Member

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    In my opinion they only make mess on the end of your barrel. I would stick with the non-ported extended tubes. I recently bought 5 (non-ported) extended choke tubes from Angle Port and highly recommend them for price and performance.

    A friend of mine recently bought Rhino ported tubes for his new unsingle Beretta and the end of the barrel is always a mess with debris. I think barrel porting is fine but would definitely stay away from the ported choke tubes.

    Dale



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  8. panthers314

    panthers314 TS Member

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    try Comp-n_choke tubes.........
     
  9. RGS Guy

    RGS Guy TS Member

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    save your money. Had them, and don't use them any more. No difference in felt recoil, or pattern improvement.
     
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