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Old 02-23-2014, 05:37 AM   #1
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My brother and I inherited a couple of guns from our grandfathers. I got a hi standard sentinel 9 shot revolver and my brother got the revelation 330b 410 from Sears. The barrel does not say what choke it is. Did they come in just 1 choke or does the b mean what choke it is? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance


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My brother and I inherited a couple of guns from our grandfathers. I got a hi standard sentinel 9 shot revolver and my brother got the revelation 330b 410 from Sears. The barrel does not say what choke it is. Did they come in just 1 choke or does the b mean what choke it is? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance


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if it doesn't have a screw-in choke system, then the choke constriction is built into the barrel when it was made.
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No it does not have a screw in choke. That's why I'm trying to figure out what choke the barrel has. Normally it says what it is but this one does not. I haven't figured out how to up load pics to show what it says on the barrel.


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No it does not have a screw in choke. That's why I'm trying to figure out what choke the barrel has. Normally it says what it is but this one does not. I haven't figured out how to up load pics to show what it says on the barrel.


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yes they usually were marked on the barrel. all my shotguns that don't have screw-in chokes are marked on the barrel what the choke is.
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I'll try to figure out how to load pics in the morning, but I've looked all over and can't find anything. It just tells me it has a 3" chamber. I do know it it was made by Mossberg for sears.


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pictures might help. hopefully someone else knows more than i do.
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Rudy- your .410 is a New Haven (second brand name of Mossberg) Model 183-T.

The Mossbergs had 3 different choke systems. 2 are external chokes that are changeable. The 3rd, which I think you have- is a fixed choke. No, B does not designate the choke- designates the model. Most .410s were made with a full choke. A gunsmith with a choke gauge can tell you in about 30 seconds.

To post a picture here- have pic on your computer. When you are composing a post, look above where you are typing. See the white smiley face? Look to right- see paper clip icon? Click on that, then browse, pictures, find the picture you want, click it once to highlight it, click OPEN, click UPLOAD, wait a couple of seconds, then CLOSE THIS PAGE. Now back to page you are composing, click paper clip again, you get dropdown with file name. click that, should insert the pic.

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Yours look like this?

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Rudy- your .410 is a New Haven (second brand name of Mossberg) Model 183-T.

The Mossbergs had 3 different choke systems. 2 are external chokes that are changeable. The 3rd, which I think you have- is a fixed choke. No, B does not designate the choke- designates the model. Most .410s were made with a full choke. A gunsmith with a choke gauge can tell you in about 30 seconds.

To post a picture here- have pic on your computer. When you are composing a post, look above where you are typing. See the white smiley face? Look to right- see paper clip icon? Click on that, then browse, pictures, find the picture you want, click it once to highlight it, click OPEN, click UPLOAD, wait a couple of seconds, then CLOSE THIS PAGE. Now back to page you are composing, click paper clip again, you get dropdown with file name. click that, should insert the pic.

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Yours look like this?

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C3, i have the 385T 20 ga. Mossberg and some of those came with the C-Lect choke systems. now mine is just the Full Choked barrel. can this be adapted to use the C-Lect chokes? or is the barrel different for them?
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C3, i have the 385T 20 ga. Mossberg and some of those came with the C-Lect choke systems. now mine is just the Full Choked barrel. can this be adapted to use the C-Lect chokes? or is the barrel different for them?
Axxe, I don't own a shotgun, but I am sure if it came with a full choke you will not be able to go to a larger choke without cutting off the barrel.
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C3 is right(of course) about a 99.8% chance your shotgun is full choke. About the only way it is not full is if the barrel was cut down or a gunsmith opened the choke up. While the first is possible the second is very unlikely.

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