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(WTB) Perazzi Choke Tubes # 7 & 9

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by In plain view, Jan 11, 2010.

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  1. In plain view

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    Not sure if Perazzi made odd numbers for the TMX but if they did I'm interested in numbers 7 and 9. If anyone has after market tubes that will fit my TMX I'm interested. Thanks. Bob in Los Angeles.
     
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    they made 3,5,7,9,&11, hard to find 'tho
     
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    My bore measures .728 instead of .724 like the 18.4 mm that is marked on my barrel. My factory #6 choke tube gives .028 constriction and the #8 choke gives .036 constriction. I have a #9 choke tube with .039 constriction but the patterns are about the same as #8. Stu Wright could fix you up with some very good chokes.
     
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    miketmx: Thanks for responding. I was under the impression that you multiply the choke tube number by 4 to get the constriction. My #6 times 4 = 24
    constriction. My #8 should be a 32 constriction. My #10 stands out to be a 40 constriction. What started me to think is that no matter what shell or choke I use a smoke is no where to be found. I just shot a 97 x 100 yesterday with the #6 tube and no sign of smoke but million pieces. I don't get it. Is my math incorrect? Thanks, Bob
     
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    Your conversion is correct. 0.6 mm is .024" in choke constriction.

    Perazzi made choke tubes for factory big bores (18.7 mm), and marked accordingly. The choke tubes are interchangeable, just subtract the differences in bore diameter.
     
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    They do have odd sizes I just sold a 5 & 7 with my TMX. I have a 2,10 & 11 if you are interested
     
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