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SOLD Remington chokes 34 & 41

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by OLD ONE EYE, Feb 6, 2012.

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  1. OLD ONE EYE

    OLD ONE EYE Well-Known Member

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    like new 25.00 shipped
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    I believe these will also fit Browning Invector, Winchester, and Mossberg.

    Update below!
     
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    If they are Rem chokes they WILL NOT fit anything else.
     
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    Thanks Coot Shooter,

    I went down and looked at my Invector chokes and they indeed ARE DIFFERENT. The threading does not go onto the tubes as far. So they will not screw in all the way in the Invector system.

    This is what caused the "I Believe" statement above. I was in a local store and walked up to the rack that displayed the choke tubes. I picked up a Remington packaged tube, colors correct and all. I picked this particular tube because it looked like it fit Invector. I read on the packaging itself that it fit Mossberg 500, Browning Invector, and Winchester Invector systems. I even had to step back. What I have found out through further investigation, is that Mossberg infact manufactured some barrels for Remington. They included there choke systems. What I have also found is that some Rem-Chokes for the back-bored barrels do fit some of the back-bored Browning, Winchester, etc., barrels.

    So in short, this choke tube situation seems to me to be almost dangerous to the point that there are so many different chokes that are of different design by to many manufacturers and even private labeled to cause more confusion.

    Anyways, make sure of what barrels you have, the choke system that is installed, and do this after they are installed, and before you shoot the gun. Not just before purchasing. Jon
     
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    I will take them. Let me know where to send payment. Thanks Harold
     
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