best invector plus choke tubes

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  1. rust collector
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    rust collector Moderator Staff Member

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    I have a Browning O/U that uses invector plus tubes. I need to get an improved modified tube, and wondered if anyone has experience with other choke manufacturers that are noticeably better'n Browning.

    What do you think? Just pick up a Browning choke for the gun, or can I do better for a reasonable price? Thanks for any experience you are inclined to share.
     
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    Choke tubes are pretty simple things. As long as they're straight and send the shot where they're supposed to and run close to advertised constriction, they'll be good regardless of maker.

    I have aftermarket tubes here from Hastings, Colonial and Carlson. All are satisfactory. Some Remchokes have turned up that are not concentric, I've returned them and gotten replacements.
     
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