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WTB Briley Companion Tubes - 28ga

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by smc968, Feb 13, 2011.

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  1. smc968

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    Howdy all,

    I'm looking for a set of Briley Companion tubes to take my Beretta 686 12ga (28" barrels) down to 28ga. (I would prefer a 28" set).

    Give me a shout if anyone has a set they're looking to sell.

    Thanks!
     
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    I have a set that measure 27 1/2 ". They have 1 skeet choke each. They
    don't have the removal tool (I used a cleaning rod). Will sell for $275
    plus freight.
     
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    up again
     
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    Briley companions only come in 27 1/2" for a 28" barrel unless you have them made special.
    Billy
     
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    Thank for the info Billy. The issue is more the fact that the ejectors are different on a set made for a Browning vs. Beretta I believe. I have a Beretta
     
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    The only difference is the amount of travel on the ejector. The Browning will work in the Beretta but the Beretta is too short for the browning. The only differnce is the notch in the ejector. They can be switched in the same chamber too. In simple words if you had two different ejectors you can exchange them in the same set of tubes and shoot that set of tubes in two different guns.
     
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