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Help! Choke I.D.?

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by mallard2, May 21, 2013.

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  1. mallard2

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    Hello, Everyone,

    Asking if anyone recognizes these chokes. They were installed on a K-80 in the 80s before I had the gun.

    Kreighoff says theirs have always had threads at the bottom, and these have threads at top.

    Tom Seitz did some barrell work on the gun. Did Tom also install removeable chokes?

    Thanks much!
     
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    Mallard2, I don't know if Tom Sietz installed choke tubes but I have one of my

    K-80 barrels with Briley chokes with threads on the top like yours as they were

    installed after the barrels were ported, so the threads are above the porting

    Don't know if thats any help, Leo
     
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    Leo,

    Thanks a lot. That does help, and makes good sense, given how the porting is done on mine.

    Take care.
     
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    For sure NOT Seitz. May be factory K gun.
     
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