If you don't mind paying this ridicolous asking price this guy has a winchoke spanner wrench.
February 7, 2014, 11:25 AM
^^^the one above is what mine came with^^^
The exposed type with the knurled knob exposed or internal? The wrenches for the old style winchokes that were exposed are different, fit in a hole on the outside. I've never really needed mine,t though, just screw it in finger tight.
February 7, 2014, 01:14 PM
If you have the older spanner wrench type. Here's a link to a new wrench.
The sporting clays wrench in rc's first post will work with winchokes. I never needed a wrench with winchokes though. Winchester used to advertise them as being able to use a v branch in the woods to loosen/tighten them. I always liked them because finger tight was tight enough and they could be checked quickly without a wrench. At the time of their introduction they were the only tubes gauranteed that steel shot couldn't harm them. Remchokes were superior in design though as they were longer and choking was constricted over a longer surface area. Invector plus solved that problem as well as extended standard invector tubes.
February 7, 2014, 10:29 PM
It is a internal choke.
February 7, 2014, 10:48 PM
Apparently, there was more then one type of Winchoke?
If you have the early type with round holes in the side, and no slots in the end like this?