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what make of choke is this?Baker?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Dirtyharry357Mag, Feb 28, 2012.

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  1. Dirtyharry357Mag

    Dirtyharry357Mag Member

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    What type of choke tube is this?? I think the barrel is a stan baker barrel it is jugged at the end.. where can I get one made ..
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  2. Jim R

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    At one time Baker was using a lot of Win-Chokes. You might try one of those.
     
  3. skeet_man

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    Win-Choke/Browning Invector/Mossberg
     
  4. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, it is a winchoke. The old model 12's with Bakers jug choke were long yardage target crushers. I owned one
     
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    Baker did use the older winchoke

    Try one and be careful to insure that it not only goes in but that the back edge of the choke tube is even or below the surface of the bore

    Regards from Iowa

    Gen
     
  6. cec

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    Ask George Trulock. You can get his contact info at the above URL.
     
  7. dead on 4

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    If memory serves me, I think Stan used Teague Precision chokes from England. You can probably google them for contact information. As others mentioned Winchester, Mossberg, Browning and Perazzi all used Teague's or knock off's at one time or another.

    I have a Baker barreled BT 99 swaged to accept Teague chokes and it is a absolute target cruncher.

    Surfer
     
  8. dead on 4

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    If memory serves me, Stan used Teague Precision chokes from Englund. I'm sure you can get contact information on Google.

    As others stated, Teague's or Teague knock off's were used by Browning, Winchester, Mossberg and Perazzi.

    I have a Baker BT 99 with swaged barrel and Teague chokes that is an absolute target cruncher.

    Surfer
     
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