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FS Perazzi TM1 choke tube

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by SC trapshooter, Nov 27, 2009.

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  1. SC trapshooter

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    Foe Sale; one Perazzi TM1 choke tube, threads just below the muzzle end of the tube, mics .680. $35.00 shipped to the lower 48.
    Jim Faber fabe7445@bellsouth.net
     
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    <I>mics .680</I>


    YIKES! I think the TM1 bore is about .727 - that would be .047 restriction - .007 narrower than trap-full. That would probably be a shot pattern of about 10" in diameter and 12 feet long @ 35yds.
     
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    Jerry, that's quite a compliment from the man that I trained under. Every thing I know was learned from Jerry but beware, his lessons are VERY expensive.
     
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    Should make a great Turkey shoot - card shoot choke tube
     
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    SC Trapshooter,

    Check markings on the TM barrel, bore size most likely is 18.4 mm, that's 0.724"

    Your choke tube should have a number on the rim, is it a "10" ?
     
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    Steve, no number on the rim but has a 10 scribed (like a vibratory scriber) on the side of the tube. Don't have the gun any more so can't check the bore.
     
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    Well, factory #10 is 10th of mm. that's 0.040" from the original factory bore.

    In the case of a TM, that's 18.4 mm / 0.724"
     
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