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WTB Choke Tube Case

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Barry C. Roach, Feb 2, 2011.

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  1. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    Never had choke tubes. Need to know the best way to protect them in a hard case. Help please!
     
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    Barry, Carlson's choke tubes makes a nice case that holds 5 chokes, two in o/u equals 7. I'm sure there are others. That one works for me. I also have three plastic holders that hold 3 each. That is what the new chokes came in. I'll give those to ya for the cost of postage. Mike
     
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    MTM (which make many plastic shooting sports accessories) makes a small portable choke tube box that can hold a few tubes...

    Jay
     
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    briley plastic choke tube case: $4.99. s&h: $6.99. academy sports has a nice plastic fish lure box for about 3 bucks. on the way home i stop by home depot and pick up a few free carpet samples that are under the carpet displays in their showroom. good luck selecting the color, pattern and texture which best compliments your tubes. cut 'em up to put in the bottom of the box to keep the chokes from rattling around. good luck with it
     
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    Plano plastic lure box from walmart. They have adjustable dividers so you can create different size slots.
     
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    Thanks so much guys. I'll check them all out.
     
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