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Gun Work Chokes

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by BuddyTrapChamp, Apr 5, 2012.

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  1. BuddyTrapChamp

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    i have an MX8 and i with fixed chokes and i want to change it to adjustable chokes where would be the best place to send it i live in Loomis Ca
     
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    Mike Orlen.
     
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    Eyster or Wilkinson.
     
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    I assume you mean "interchangable" chokes - it depends on how (1) do you want to change the poi, (2) do you want to back-bore the barrels, or (3) just have choke tubes installed.

    If it's just (#3) Briley does a good job and it's less expensive than some of the other's already suggested. If you want to change the point-of-impact and/or back-bore the guns along with the choke tubes my 1st choice would be Wilkinson (who I've had work on several guns) but Eyster also has a great reputation.

    I'd talk to both of them to see how long it would take for the work and how much it would cost.
     
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    Wilkinson.
     
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