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Yes, It is T& S industries stk No. TS-391..
And I believe Tron on this site does also weld a stud on the barrel.

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No BigM-Perazzi, T & S does not make a deflector. A deflector is what he is wanting not a shell catcher that you discribed.

You will probably have to weld on a lug on the inside of the barrel, like Remington did for their Trap barrels. Winchester made one for their Super-X 1 that was made of spring steel and snapped onto the front of the receiver and was held in place by the forend wood.

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The company that makes the Carey Closer and shell catcher also makes a shell deflector. Having said that, I will also warn that you shouldn't buy it, as it doesn't work.
 

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I have had a pin welded to the barrel extension on Beretta's for years. It is placed almost exactly as the pin on 1100/11-87 barrels. Paul Homer did all of mine but Paul is no longer with us. They always worked.
 

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I had mine done by a gentleman at the Silver Dollar in Florida. Took him about an hour and iy only cost me $25.00 He drilled a small hole and palced a pin and it deflects the hulls almost straight down.
 
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