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I have been seeing alot of discussion lately about which choke tubes are the best. I was just wandering if Briley chokes are really that "special?" Are they really worth the extra money? And have any of ya'll ever heard of New Line chokes?
 

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Here is what I have found. The "singles" choke that came with my 1100 is an improved modified. With it I can hit fairly well back to the 23 yard line. With the Briley extended IM I can crush targets all the way back to the 27. The Briley choke is BY FAR superior to the remchokes.

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Try Ballistic Specialties' choke tubes. They are fantastic. And, half the price of the Briley product. Mike your bore, Ballistic likes to match their chokes to your bore.
 

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I shoot Berettas with Briley chookes. I have found the Brileys shoot tighter with a more uniform pattern than the Beretta chokes.
 

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I had a barrel done with the Nu-line extended chokes. I wasn't impressed and I sold the barrel , bought a new one, and then sent it to have Briley do the thin walls for a sx-1 that I once shot. I know have several that are ground to the choke that I want and just shoot them. Nothing in the world wrong with choke tubes, I just hate to fool with them. Jeff
 
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