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Where to buy choke tubes on the internet?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by The White Flyer, Jan 3, 2003.

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  1. The White Flyer

    The White Flyer Member

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    I'm looking for skeet chokes (extended) for Browning Invector Plus. Are there any RELIABLE places on da 'net?
     
  2. Peter Gun

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    quite a few on e-bay from people w/ lots of feedback. Just search in "sporting goods". Also seen good prices on Cheaperthandirt.com. Not sure about browning, Iwas looking for winchester.
     
  3. HSMITH

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    Brownells. They have NEVER done me or anyone I know wrong. You will probably pay a little more than a discounter, but if you want reliable they are the best I can think of.
     
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    Brownells, by ar and wide. If you have a FFL or C&R license you can get discounts there too!
     
  5. RussB

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    Also check out R&D Custom Barrel. They have chokes for every gun, and also do choke installations and barrel mods.

    R&D Custom Barrel
     
  6. The White Flyer

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    fantastic! Thanks for the info!
     
  7. 45auto

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    Many consider the Briley after market choke tubes to be very good!
     
  8. Mannlicher

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    almost any search engine you can think of will take you to 20 places.
     
  9. The White Flyer

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    almost any search engine you can think of will take you to 20 places.


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    Yes I know. I typed briley on Google and got 20 places. I was looking for a reputable place to buy them from an internet sales. I saw what I was looking for on brownells.com. They have a TON of stuff!
     
  10. HSMITH

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    I have found that the Hastings chokes deliver patterns as good as the Brileys, and that quality control is just as good if not a little better. Life of the two seems to be equal as well with steel shot, niether have gotten torn up prematurely. Price of the Hastings is about 2/3rds of Briley.

    Tru-Lok is another to consider, they are VERY high quality.

    FWIW.
     
  11. ralphtt

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    Trulock choke tubes work fine . . . !

    Considering all factors, it's hard to go wrong with Trulock choke tubes. Go here http://www.trulockchokes.com/home/ for detailed specifications and pricing.
     
  12. Alerion

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    I'm also a big fan of Brownell's but when it actually came time to buy a couple of Invector Plus tubes for my Citori I went with Gamaliel . The price was good and, since I'm only one state away, I had my merchandise in hand two days later even with UPS ground shipping.

    Tom
     
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