Can a gunsmith thread a barrel for chokes?

Can a gunsmith thread a barrel for chokes?

The easy answer is NO – YOU CAN’T CUT A BARREL YOURSELF AND THREAD IT FOR CHOKE TUBES! The barrel will be “bore diameter” and there is not enough metal to thread it for choke tubes..

Can a gunsmith shorten a shotgun barrel?

It is legal to shorten a shotgun barrel. The minimum legal length, without going through the federal registration process, is 18 inches.

How much does it cost to have a barrel threaded?

Barrel Threading is $99.99 per barrel, plus tax and shipping depending on your chosen service. This includes a thread protector and any assembly or disassembly needed.

What kind of choke tubes do Stevens use?

Stevens 555 Extended Turkey Choke Tubes. These choke tubes produce extra tight patterns with copper plated and buffered lead turkey shotshells. These chokes produce dense patterns and extend approximately 1″ from the end of the barrel. These chokes have a matte blue finish and should not be used with steel shot.

What’s the best choke tube for a shotgun?

We have found the .665 Extended Turkey Choke Tube to produce the most consistent patterns with all turkey loads. Our Extended Turkey Choke Tubes have a 1.050″ parallel section to produce the optimum pattern with your shotgun. These choke tubes are backed by Carlson’s Lifetime Warranty and Made in the USA!

How much constriction does a full choke have?

The full choke has a constriction of 0.03 inches. The only other chokes that have more constriction than that are the extra full chokes and the turkey chokes. They provide 0.01 to 0.015 inches of additional constriction to what you would find in a normal full choke.

What kind of choke tube does Rob Roberts use?

Extended Choke Tube, Nickel Rob Roberts Crio 12ga. Performance Shop Extended Choke Tube Crio 12ga. Performance Shop Extended Choke Tube Crio 20ga. Performance Shop Extended Choke Tube