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Questions about an extended choke for a Henry .410

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Milkmaster, Apr 10, 2021.

  1. Milkmaster

    Milkmaster Member

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    Just broke down and acquired this Henry .410 last week. The wood was so pretty I couldn't pass it up. It came with a full flush choke. I want to buy an extended choke for it. The website says the Henry single shotguns use "Invector" thread chokes. That says Browning choke to me. My experience with Beretta choke systems over the years have taught me to never take it for granted. I plan to shoot clays with it occasionally and pass it down to a grandkid eventually. My other .410 hasn't seen enough clay shooting yet to tell me which choke is best to use.

    Question: Is Invector different than Invector Plus as I suspect? Would you stay with the full choke or use something different for trap or sporting clays from a .410? I only plan to buy one choke for novelty clay shooting from this shotgun. What is your experienced opinion?

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  2. cfullgraf

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    Yes, the Invector and Invector Plus chokes are different and not interchangeable.

    Browning only makes Invector chokes for the .410.

    Here is Briley's page on their .410 Browning Invector chokes.

    https://www.briley.com/c-382-410-bore.aspx
     
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  3. George P

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    You can also look at Trulock and Carlson's
     
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  4. Milkmaster

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    Absolutely! Just got to figure out which constriction is best for novelty clay shooting. I think this shotgun will be the extra one I carry just to share with my shooter friends to try out after a day of bragging about their scores :) It's all about fun of course George :)
     
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  5. George P

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    All around choice would be a Modified
     
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  6. Milkmaster

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    Trulock doesn't list a .410 choke for the gun. Carlson's webpage is confusing. First page says it should be an Invector Plus, and the a second page says Invector. So I went to Briley and all the information seemed to match up. Decided to go with Improved Modified for general purposes. I can always use the full that came in it if a slim chance allows me to go turkey hunting :) Thanks George.
     
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  7. Sappyg2.0

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    Lately I've been using LM chokes from puregold on my 410 for skeet and they seem fine for that purpose.
     
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