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Wright's Chokes

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Buckeye, Aug 29, 2008.

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  1. Buckeye

    Buckeye Member

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    What do people think of Stu Wright's competition chokes?

    Thanks.

    Buckeye
     
  2. bigdogtx

    bigdogtx Well-Known Member

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    Best I have used. Truer pattern out of my Beretta. Service in fantastic as well. Good people.
     
  3. Samuel

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    I bought at the Grand one of Wright's chokes.
    Bought a #6 for my Beretta 682e and it works
    better that the factory chokes that came with the gun.
    I use it from 16 to 25 yards and it smokes targets. If you
    order one try to get one that has been blued, not so
    shiny youll love it..............

    Sam
     
  4. Buckeye

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    Any other experiences?
     
  5. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    I promise you will be happy with them.
     
  6. Wayne of PA

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    I am also considering ordering some Wrights choke tubes. I just about ordered some Briley’s but after a discussion with Ed Clapper this past Tuesday evening at Palmyra I may order Wrights instead.

    Ed and I were comparing our new 687 Beretta combo’s when I mentioned if he was using an after market choke tube. He uses Wrights in all his guns and highly recommends them.

    I would appreciate hearing any other comments regarding Wrights choke tubes, positive or negative. Thanks,

    Dale
     
  7. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    They are all I use with the sole exception of the Hastings high-rib barrel on my 1100TT and that's only because Stu doesn't make chokes for Hastings barrels.

    Ed
     
  8. old tex

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    Stu and Sharon are great folks and do great work on shotguns as well as building their famous choke tubes.
    Try 'em , you'll like 'em!!!!!!!!!!!

    unc
     
  9. bgf

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    Buck...

    Damn good chokes. IMHO as good a Briley...maybe a little better. But, for the money you can't beat Angleports.

    Bernie
     
  10. Wayne of PA

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    Bernie,

    I also checked out Angle Port on line and I must agree for the money at 29.95 per choke it is a good value. They will also make the choke to your constriction for no extra charge.

    There’s a guy that sets up in Elysburg at all the major shoots that does Angle Porting. The
    Westy Hogan is next weekend and he’ll most likely be there. Maybe I’ll check it out.

    Dale,
     
  11. howie

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    Wright's chokes a great! They perform well in the trap/skeet/sporting clay field and pattern like a dream -- great even pellet distribution with core density increasing as the choke tightens. The Wrights are great people who provide excellent service and stand behind their products. You cannot go wrong with their choke tubes! I have 8 Wright tubes and picked up some Browning (Briley) tubes later. For the money -- the Wright's cost me more -- the Wright tubes are the winners hands down.
     
  12. shrek

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    I have a wrights in one of my bt-99's. It is a #8 and does it's job very well from the 16 all the way back.

    I don't think they make their competition series in blued or black colored. If they did I would have to get one.

    I like dark colored extended chokes for no good reason other than they are nice a subtle and blend in nice with the gun.
     
  13. hammer-time

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    I have a used Wrights #4 light Mod Mobile Choke that is used. I'll take $20.00 shipped. Email above if interested. Cheap way to try one out.

    Reason for selling is I have a bunch of Mobile Chokes and sold my Beretta.
     
  14. eagleonePA

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    Great People, the very best product.
    Good Luck and God Bless, Bill Ivins
     
  15. hammer-time

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    I'm sorry, I posted that I had a #4 improved mod choke. It is a #4 which makes it a light mod choke. I updated the post. Sorry all.
     
  16. BigM-Perazzi

    BigM-Perazzi Well-Known Member

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    Very good chokes. worth more than there cost.

    Jim
     
  17. Wayne of PA

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    Hammer-Time

    Is your choke for sale for the Beretta Optima series?
     
  18. hammer-time

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    nope, Beretta Mobile Choke as it said in the post
     
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