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choke threading

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Marlin 45 carbine, Mar 13, 2013.

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  1. Marlin 45 carbine

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    I'm supposeing it can and is done but how easily can a cylinder choke be threaded for a choke tube namely the win-choke.
    reason for the inquiry is I just bought a Stevens md 320 (I know made in PRC but dual slide bars and great trigger) that I would really like to have threaded for a modified choke. is this something a fella with machine shop and tool makeing experience could do?
     
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    wow - can't beleive the prices. off to carlson's it goes unless I can find a bbl already set-up for the winchoke.
     
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    Good advice from rcmodel. I purchased the tooling some years back because of wanting to run Round Ball tests through varias chokes. It was worth it to me as later I did several more 12 bores in the family. That would be the only way to break even.
    Mike in Peru
     
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    Contact Mike Orlen or Steve Rose, cheaper and better than Carlson's. Last one I had Steve do was less than $80 with return shipping. Rose Action Sports
     
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    thanks cowboy always wanting to pinch pennys.
     
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    Mike Orlen and Briley's are the only two I have personally used and will vouch for, 100%. Mike is far less expensive, but he doesn't have the tooling for everything like Briley's does.
     
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