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I'm shooting a 32" BT 99 PLUS & see Browning has choke tubes on sale factory direct. Is there a big difference between the factory extended tubes & say Brileys or Wrights. Please don't get nasty I really don't know. I assume the aftermarkets are machined to very tight measurements but are the factory ones also ?
Thank you in advance for your time & help.
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I like the Kick's Smoke Stainless steel ported extended tubes, I feel they are to tighter tolerances than factory tubes, how much constriction are you wanting, 16yd, Hdcp, or extra-full turkey choke. e-mail me for best prices.


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Hi,I started using the Browning Diana Grade choke tubes when they came out to replace my tried and true Briley's.They have a titanium-nitride surface like the Hornady straight wall pistol dies have that you do not need to lube the cases for,so I figured the Diana's won't be as prone to plastic foul as my stainless steel Briley's did and that has been the case for me.Regards.
 

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Different guns shoot choke tubes a little bit differently, and you can get bad tubes, I had a Briley tube that shot to the left a considerable amount, I was at Southwestern Grand San Antonio and Briley was there and exchanged the tube for me and that corrected the problem.

I like the Kick's Extended Ported tubes, they are manfactured to very tight tolerances, and have a great selection of tubes for all shooting styles, skeet, trap, sporting clays, bunker, turkey and geese to name a few.

The trap smoke style works great, and patterns excellent.

If you need tubes contact me.



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