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  1. wannaz

    wannaz Member

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    Invector choke question

    Can you guys tell me what the difference is between invector and invector plus chokes is. Is one better than the other, or will they both accomplish the same thing. I'm thinking about buying an older Citori with the regular invector chokes, and am wondering if it's a big deal having the older style chokes?
     
  2. ec90t

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    Invector choke question

    No, the two aren't interchangable. Different bore sizes and threads. There are still some aftermarket choke tubes available.

    ec90t
     
  3. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    Invector choke question

    i like the spectra colored choke tubes by briley. easy to put in, good looking and excellent quality in stainless steel.
     
  4. cableguy

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    Invector choke question

    I own an older Citori with the Invector chokes. There is a physical difference between the two and they will not interchange. Both the overall length and thread position is different Do yourself a favor and get a set of aftermarket tubes. Most here will have differing opinions but, Briley and Colonial seem to be the most favored. I got a set of Briley flush mounts from Sportsman's Warehouse for about twenty dollars apiece. They made a huge difference over the stock Browning chokes at the pattern board. Consider sending the gun to a Browning specialist for a tune up too. Midwest Gun Works (http://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/mgwi) did mine and I got it back today. Much tighter than it was, I can't wait for the weekend. They charge 195.00 to go completely through the action. They guarantee two week turnaround (not including shipping time). Mine took a month but it was regular ground shipping and I live in a really remote area. They had the gun 16 days but it was over the July 4th holiday. Zero complaints from me so far.

    Good luck,
    Shawn
     
  5. Gary Waalkes

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    Invector choke question

    There is no "big deal" on the tubes. There was probably a time when I thought there was, but I was so wrong. Way too many things about hitting more targets are attributed to things like loads, chokes, barrel lengths, brand names, etc, etc, etc. The basic thing you want is a gun that shoots where you are looking, meets your budget, and does not hurt you. If the gun has an adjustable buttplate and adjustable comb, you can make it shoot where you are looking and it will also be comfortable to shoot.
     
  6. Phil E

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    No, don't worry about it being an Invector gun. If you like the gun, go ahead and get it. You can get Invector choke tubes just as easily as Invector-Plus tubes, and with them you can get whatever amount of choke restriction you want. They don't interchange, Invector tubes are for a barrel with a .730" bore, the Inv-Plus's are for a .740" bore. Phil E
     
  7. cableguy

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    Check the Briley and Colonial websites. Both flush and extended are available. Good luck.
     
  8. wannaz

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    Invector choke question

    Thanks for the replies guys. I guess I didn't say I knew they wouldn't interchange, but thanks for looking out for me. Do you know if Briley makes extended chokes for the original invector style chokes? I am looking at getting a I/M and a Full for my son's bt99. His gun is a newer style invector plus. I'd like to get the extended just for the ease of changing them back and forth. If they make them for the old style invector I would look into getting them for the Citori also.
    I also didn't mention that the Citori I'm looking at for me is just a field gun. I will probably shoot some trap with it, but that's more my son's bag than mine. He'll be 13 next month, and 9 out 10 times at the club he will beat me at trap. lol. I wish I'd have had the opportunity to shoot trap he has, at his age.
     
  9. DoubleAuto

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    Invector choke question

    There are several "specials" on choke tubes if you need five or more:

    AnglePort (Ballistic Specialties) has a special of one choke for $25 or five for $100 on their chokes. I assume it includes extended choke tubes.

    MPC Sports has a buy five get the sixth free special on TruLock chokes.

    Briley used to have a buy five get the sixth free if you buy the chokes from Briley.
     
  10. Phil E

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    Yes, Briley does make extended chokes for the Invector. Midway carries them, see link above (part # 229-918 & 454-325 & 634-147.) Phil E
     
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