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WTB - Beretta Ext Mobil Reverse Port Choke Set

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Bill Marsh, Apr 25, 2009.

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  1. Bill Marsh

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  2. Easystreet

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    What's a "reverse port" choke set? How many chokes in the set? Who made them? What are the constrictions?

    Thanks.

    Easystreet
     
  3. Bill Marsh

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    I may not exactly have the name right, possibly should leave out the word "reverse" in my post. Please look at the bottom of the page in the link below:
    http://www.kicks-ind.com/

    This is a TYPE of choke. I do not necessarily have to have KICK chokes. Could be Comp-n-Choke, Trulock, or some other brand. I'd like a range from skeet to full.

    I am looking for extended, ported, Mobil (style) choke set for a Beretta 12ga.


    Is there some way to insert a clickable link in a post????
     
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    Bill,

    Sorry. I mis-read your thread title. I thought you were trying to SELL this type of choke.

    Yes, you can insert a clickable link in a post. Put it on the line above your post where it says "Website URL". Do not put it in the body of your post.

    Good luck.

    Easystreet
     
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    Bill,

    Which chokes exactly are you looking for? - I have several of these style chokes (more than I really need) - some ported, others not.

    Perhaps I can help you.

    drop the X's for my email
     
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