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Old 05-04-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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So i have a 10 guage browning bps and i dont thave the key to get yhe choke out and i have no idea ehat choke is in there and i was looking online there was somthing bout slits at the end of the choke next to the key grooves theres three right next to each other on the chart online if u have 3 its modified i guess?? Does anybody know anything bout this and is that right

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Old 05-04-2013, 04:23 PM   #2
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So i have a 10 guage browning bps and i dont thave the key to get yhe choke out and i have no idea ehat choke is in there and i was looking online there was somthing bout slits at the end of the choke next to the key grooves theres three right next to each other on the chart online if u have 3 its modified i guess?? Does anybody know anything bout this and is that right
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http://www.shotgunworld.com/bbs/viewtopic.php?t=333201

Dude says to remove choke and read it, also that three marks is "full choke".
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Yes three marks is a modified choke....and to get it out you may be able to use a quarter put it in the slots for the wrench on the end of the tube and if it isn't super right you should be able to turn it out of there
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buy a universal choke wrench when you can from MidwayUSA or Brownell's. they are pretty inexpensive. i gave like $4 for two of them.

hopefully it's not seized in the barrel. use some penetrating oil and let it soak in first before trying to remove it. when you get it out, use some hi-temp grease on the threads to keep it from seizing again.

if you can't remove it easily enough, back of and take it to a gunsmith so you don't ruin the barrel and the threads.
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Get a Browning 10 gauge choke tool.
http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/shotgun-tools/choke-tube-wrenches/wrench-dual-invector-prod18315.aspx
I had three 10 gauge BPSs. Never missed a beat.
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When you get it fixed, please, consider testing it on a bear.
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When you get it fixed, please, consider testing it on a bear.
Haha will do
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Yes three marks is a modified choke....and to get it out you may be able to use a quarter put it in the slots for the wrench on the end of the tube and if it isn't super right you should be able to turn it out of there
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buy a universal choke wrench when you can from MidwayUSA or Brownell's. they are pretty inexpensive. i gave like $4 for two of them.

hopefully it's not seized in the barrel. use some penetrating oil and let it soak in first before trying to remove it. when you get it out, use some hi-temp grease on the threads to keep it from seizing again.

if you can't remove it easily enough, back of and take it to a gunsmith so you don't ruin the barrel and the threads.
You guys beat me to it. Those were the first 2 things to come to mind.

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After that, please pack some of the meat in a cooler along with some druy ice. I need more for my recipe for a chilli cook off.
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Haha sounds like a plan
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