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Pair of choke tubes

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by oldstuff, Oct 6, 2010.

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  1. oldstuff

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    Have a pair of choke tubes that were given to me. I don,t know what they fit. One is marked full, the other is marked SK1/SC1. I took two pictures. The second one shows the double lines just above the threads. I would like $12.50 for the pair shipped in a small Priority Box to all fifty sates. They appear to be in good condition.
     
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    2nd picture
     
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    Gut reaction says Remington but need better pics to make a better guess.
     
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    A picture showing the whole choke would help. Will be a tough ID and sale on a pic of threads alone.
     
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    I don't know why I can't get the second picture to take. Like right now as I type this is shows it is there. These choke tubes will not fit a Remington 870 Express. I wasn't trying to just show the threads. The only thing I can use for indentification is the double rig around the choke tube. They are flush fit and have an overall length of 2 1/8". (this is using a tape measure)
     
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    Well I'll be it is now there. RJ
     
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    I think they are Browning invector chokes. Take them to a gun shop and they will tell you.
     
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