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Sold - Briley Beretta Shotgun Side-Kick Chamber

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by redfin1956, Sep 5, 2013.

  1. redfin1956

    redfin1956 Active Member

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    i am interested,but wondering? a .410 load goes thru it,hits a 12 gauge barrel,then hits a 12 gauge choke tube? what kind of pattern is expected?
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    Does the bore type matter? If Mobilchoke or Optima?
     
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    Conventional wisdom is that the 20 gauge pattern is good, the 28 gauge pattern and 410 incrementally less so. I would use a tighter choke w/ the 410 inserts. The inserts are held in place at the chamber with a nylon tab so the choke system should not matter.

    One caution; inserts marked Beretta may not work properly in Brownings (or is it the other way around?). It has to do with the length of the ejectors, and may only apply to the 20 gauge inserts since they're the only ones that are typically marked. You can check with Briley for direction on this. $450 shipped is a very fair price for this set.
     
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