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Wanted 2nd Gen Perazzi Choke

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by JACK, Aug 9, 2009.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    you may look for a while. Never seen one of those
     
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    sjlga. The top row of steves chokes are Angleport chokes. They shoot very well and I would recomment them. Jus tbuy the constriction you want and bang away. usually you cn get 5 for a hundred bucks.
     
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    I have a #9 choke tube that gives .039 constriction on my TMX. I always use the #8 choke tube that gives .036 constriction and gives me a very nice pattern for Handicap. Usually the guns were sold with #4,#6,#8, and #10 from the factory. The odd numbered chokes were popular on older generation guns. Sorry my #9 is not for sale.
     
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    Sam. Try the Angleport chjokes. Make sure of your bore (hopefully .725) and they will have a bunch to send you right away.

    I had a Special in 89-90. Prob the best fitting gun yet second to my current MX3 round mono. The stock on my MX3 came off a MX8 (I believe) as I have had it around fo r15 years.

    Shooot it with a bit of space between the beads. They are flat shooters and the space will help you break the rising targets without covering the target.

    Jack
     
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