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Screw in chokes for your Saiga 12!

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by rbthntr64, Jun 9, 2009.

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  1. rbthntr64

    rbthntr64 Member

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    A new product from Curtis at Ak-Builder.com. Please feel free to post pics on other forums if you like. I have tested these with turkey chokes, rifled slug tubes, and standard screw in chokes. All worked exceptionally well. These adapters are set up for the Win-choke tubes, so if you have a Winchester, Mossberg 500, or Browning Invector 12 guage, your tubes will work with this adapter. Please call Curtis for availability. They will be available with or without a full choke tube.

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    Here is an example of the patterns using 2 3/4 #7.5 at 25 meters. Cylinder bore and with the Tru-Glow turkey choke. As an aside, choking the barrel also improves cycling with the stock plug and cheaper ammo.

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  3. ArmedBear

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    Now, if they made it with two barrels and a hinge in the middle, I might consider getting one.:D
     
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    Awesome! I just so happen to own both a S-12 and a Winchester 1300! Thanks for the heads up!
     
  5. lipadj46

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    That's a cool thing many people are looking for solutions for the Saiga choke. I wonder if the forum.saiga-12 people have gotten wind of this.
     
  6. rbthntr64

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    I would post it there but they are not user friendly about posting threads about new products. I had a couple of threads deleted by the mods over there.
     
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    Yes they can be a grumpy bunch, I spoke with Curtis he says they are machining some no and they will be on the website soon for $55 sans choke. That is a pretty good deal in my mind now I can use all the chokes I want including a rifled choke to shoot sabot slugs.
     
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