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WTB: Update: 870 Express 30

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Stl Flyn, Oct 25, 2011.

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    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Anyone out there have one of these barrels they would want to part with? CT would be alright also, but prefer fixed. Thanks, Jon

    Update: Seems to me I would be better off using my fixed modified lead = full steel, choke barrel for steel shot, thanks to XP100 for bringing that up. It has been so long since I have shot steel through the guns that I completely forgot about that difference in choke use. Thanks again XP100, and I may still be interested in your newer barrel afterall. They say the new barrels are built a little more rigid just because of the use of non-deforming shot materials.
     
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    I have a NIB 30" Express 12 ga. barrel with one choke tube 135 shipped and insured.
     
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    Thanks XP100,

    That is a good price, but am looking for a little older model. I will however keep it in mind. I am looking to use this barrel for ducks and geese, so condition is not as important as function. Thanks again, Jon.
     
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    I don't think they recommend steel shot in a full choke.
     
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    Your right, I remember seeing the Invector chokes marked lead and steel constrictions differently. Mod. lead = Full Steel. Are the Remington chokes the same as the Invector, Winchester, Mossberg, chokes of old? Thanks, Jon
     
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