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For Sale: Browning Citori or Superposed Poly Gauge Sub Gauge Tube set. Made by Poly choke. ANIB. 20, 28, and 410 tubes plus ejectors and paperwork in original box. Missing one link. These tubes work the same as regular rhino stingers or briley tubes except, you replace the ejectors. One of the links is missing, but can be made by a machinist with ease. (refer to pictures) These have never been placed in barrels or fired. Poly also made the Browning Super Tube Sets that were introduced after these. They are steel and 18 inches in length. Blues finish. I saw a set sell on eBoy for $565. They were used and had a case. Any questions, let me know. $450 shipped. Money orders or Paypal.











 

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I don't know much about sub-gauge tubes. You say they are 18" in length, so what length barrel are they ok in? Would they be ok in my 26" skeet/skeet Citori?

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These can work in any barrel length. The Briley side kicks are 6 or 8 inches long. The Rhino's are 15. These are 18. The point is to keep the additional weight as low as possible and as close to the balance point as possible. These were originally made for skeet shooters. Prior to Kolar/Briley tubes. All are fixed skeet choke. They have a knock out device also. It's about 18 inches. Best Regards-Chris
 

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Just make sure you clean the barrel really good after shooting the sub-gauage tubes, as powder ring will develop at the end of the tube muzzel, if not cleaned then you run the risk of blockage when shooting 12 gauge, and possilbly a barrel bulge.

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Keeping things clean is a must! They can also be difficult to install or remove if the bore is dirty. Especially in cold weather. I bought these instead of the Rhino (which I have had) because they are three inches longer and hopefully providing more powder burn. Plus the superposed I was going to use them in is a lightning and weight would be less of an issue. The is on ly the second set I have ever seen. The other set was the brn branded and they sold on ebay last week. I'm just trying to raise money for my new perazzi.
 

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Have they been tried in a Citori? They were made for a Superposed, and I don't know if the ejectors will interchange. If they do work in a Citori, you'd probably have to limit them to Invector choked, or pre-Invector barrels, as they would probably rattle horribly in an invector plus barrel.
 

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They are suppose to work in a citori. I was told by Poly when I called to get the missing link.......(no pun) There is a twist adjustment on the end of the tube to make a tight fit. The end looks similar to a poly choke, but the twisting adjusts the outside diameter not the inside diameter. The Rhino's use a o-ring. The Briley's are so short they need nothing at the end. Limiting the carrying barrel choke is a good idea just to reduce dirt and build up. I have slipped the ejector into a 425 barrel without the extention link. As always, a gunsmith maybe helpful when initially installing these to tweek and fit them properly. Very unique set of hardware. Kinda on the fence about parting with them. Thanks-Chris
 
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