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I want to notch a choke tube so my Briley wrench will work with it. The tube has no notches, any good ideas on how to do this?
 

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Dremel tool and those mini cutoff wheels and alot of patience.

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I suggested the Dremel which is what i'd use if i really wanted to do this. However, i agree with "Remstar311". They make choke tube wrenches for all tubes. A new wrench would be cheaper to buy than replacing a botched choke tube. If you go for it measure measure measure and cut once. Make sure to smooth those edges up.

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Get one of Stu Wright's loooonnngg tapered choke wrenches: $20...<center>

</center>or a friction wrench from Shotgun Sports Magazine for a little less...<center>

</center>It's a real project to get 4 notches the right size exactly 90º apart with a Dremel.

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Friction wrench works great.
 

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Take it to a local machine shop. Should be a 5 minute job on a mill w/ a rotary. It'll take longer to setup that it will to cut the slots...
 
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