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What you are thinking of as mechanical is actually a modified inertia system, set up so it can reset with lower recoil loads, such as 410.

The only company I'm aware of that ever offered a true mechanical conversion on Brownings is/was Kolar. They will no longer work on ANY gun that they didn't manufacture unless it has Kolar AAA subgauge tubes in it, period.
 

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What skeet man says is 100% true, I have been doing a lot of research on the same exact thing, I have Purbaugh tubes and right now I wish I had Kolar AAA's so that they would work on it for me.............Joe
 

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Phillips did a mechanical job on my Browning XT and you can snap both barrels with out any shells or anything in the gun. They are truly mechanical. Terry
 
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