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WTB extended Invector Chokes

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by StansCustoms, Feb 25, 2013.

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  1. StansCustoms

    StansCustoms Well-Known Member

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    Want to Buy...Not Invector Plus but "Invector" extended (not flush) chokes for 28 gauge and .410 bore.

    Might buy some matching chokes for 12 ga. and 20 ga. Invector Plus, after I find the sub gauge chokes..

    I need these for a Browning 4 barrel , 4 gauge combo set.

    Best regards..Stan M.
     
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    I HAVE A SET OF SEMINOLE 28GA EXTENDED CHOKES. WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF YOUR 28GA FLUSH CHOKES. THE INVECTORS/WINCHOKES COME IN 2 DIFFERENT LENGTHS.
     
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    Really ...?

    I didn't know Browning Invector chokes came in but one standard length...(referring to factory Browning flush mount chokes)....28 gauge or otherwise.

    I did know that "Invector" chokes and "Invector Plus" chokes are different lengths...is that what you are asking about?

    What are the different lengths. I don't have the gun here....but I thought Browning only made Invector chokes for the subgauges flush mount .

    Thanks...Stan
     
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    It was explained to me by Briley that in the aftermarket, " invector" chokes are interchangeable on Winchester, Mossberg browning skb etc in 12 and 20 ga. In 28 ga the winchoke and the browning invector are the same thread and diameter but the browning invector is longer than the winchoke. Mine are the shorter variety. I was told they may fit some older Brownings and some tube sets as well.
     
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    Hmmm...ok I'll have to get back to you on the actual length of my 28 gauge chokes...

    Are your Seminole chokes extended past the barrel end...if so how much if you know? ...and what chokes do you have and how much for them.

    Thanks...Stan
     
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    Anyone else till I get my gun back for measurements...

    Stan
     
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