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WTB--- Seminole FC for BT99 max

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Southpaw Sam, Aug 19, 2011.

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  1. Southpaw Sam

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    Looking for seminole full choke (extended) for bt99max. Seminole Co. is closed for two months--moving. Lon
     
  2. Southpaw Sam

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    Anyone besides the company sell these chokes?--
     
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    Just curious, with all the chokes that provide excellent proven and consistant patterns, why does it HAVE to be a Seminole? I mean why not try a Briley or Wright's etc..?
     
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    Sam,

    I have to agree with grntitan...take a look at 10% off Carlson tube offer. I got a set of 4 extended & ported black Invector Plus tubes for $118 shipped and they are terrific! Great service & Great Price from JoBob's!
     
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    Maybe 'cause he wants a Seminole?

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    Actually--I bought an invector plus--planning to just use it, however it mikes .30 over the seminole tube. The BT99 Max was tubed from the factory--right? So what choke system would be in it? Any thoughts? A modified seminole came with the gun when I bought it. Sam
     
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    Its either invector plus or just invector chokes. Does the invector plus screw into the barrel? If not its regular invector. Do NOT force any choke in there. If it doesn't thread in easily, its likely the wrong choke system. I'm betting Invector Plus. Wrights chokes work great in those BT guns and they are some of the best on the market.
     
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    No, the invector plus will not even start in the barrel, and for sure, being a retired machinist, I would not even consider anything except the correct size with smooth thread engagement..
     
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    Well then that leaves the regular Invector chokes OR it could have been a fixed choke barrel from the factory and someone had it threaded to some other type choke thread such as Perazzi chokes etc. Why someone would do that, i have no idea. The invector chokes and invector plus are completely different.
     
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    After miking the OD of both the seminole-- .790 and invector plus--.822, I decided to look for another seminole. How about the Wright choke OD's --- what size are they?
     
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    You need the thread pattern. The OD doesn't matter as much as its the right thread pattern. As i said, Invector and Invector Plus have different thread patterns. I don't have an Invector choke to measure. I have Invector Plus chokes. When you do find another Seminole choke, when you go to order it, they will need to know what thread pattern not what OD it is. Just Say'n............
     
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    Post a pic of the choke, then we can tell you what you have.
     
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    Ok thanks I'll do that Monday. Don't have it with me now.
     
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    Seminole usually threads the barrels for their own thread pattern that way you have to use only their chokes. They do make chokes for factory guns also but you need to know if it is their special choke or a factory thread. Most choke makers can make you what you want if you send them the choke you now have so they can copy its size and thread. The Seminole chokes are very good the Wrights are close in design to my Seminole chokes and also excellent chokes.
     
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    Thanks for that info-- the extended seminole choke that I have does have similar threads on the bottom--(first in the barrel)-- to invector plus chokes, but the thread OD and tube OD are the same @ .790, where the Browning, (made by Briley) is thirty thousandths larger.
     
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