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Is a Remington 3200 a straight forward gun to have choke tubes installed? Were any made that way from the factory? Are they mechanical or inerta triggers? Thanks
 

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3200s were out of production before Remington offered choke tubes period. Triggers are mechanical as far as I know. Shouldn't have any problem with chokes, you'll probably have to have thinwalls put in (Briley would most likely be the go-to company for this), but there shouldn't be a problem.
 

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I would forget about installing chokes in the 3200. The barrels are thin and not the best candidate, even for the Briley Thin Walls. Some barrels may have a little more meat, but you take the chance of ruining a good set of barrels.

They are mechanical triggers and quite fast.
 

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I've two 3200's tubed by Briley - no problem. The biggest issue with 3200s (maybe field guns only?) is the lack of concentricity of the bores.


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The Remington 3200 has mechanical triggers, work great. They were produced far too early to have factory choke tubes. but Briley thinwall chokes can be installed easily. I had my 3200 set up with Briley thinwalls sometime back. They have worked without a problem, as long as you check regularly to see they are fully seated/tight before a firing session. The thinwalls do seem to be able to work loose a bit easier than some (some of my Berettas with factory chokes also do this) but checking and tightening before a round takes care of that. I would say go for it.

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It is a "hit & miss" when installing choke tubes into 3200s. Many times the bores are not concentric....a careful examination has to be done.

Doug
 
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