TruLock Beretta Sporting Clay 28 - gauge Choke Tube

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TruLock Beretta 28 - gauge Sporting Clay Choke Tubes mean tighter patterns for more accurate long - range shooting!

Tighten up! Precision Hunter and Sporting Clay-style chokes are extended, knurled and notched for use with a choke wrench. They are manufactured from high strength 17-4 PH stainless steel with an extremely smooth interior finish.

Suitable for use with steel shot from cylinder through improved modified constrictions, these Chokes are marked on the head with the degree of choke and on the body with the exit diameter. Choose between Sporting Clay and Precision Hunter Choke Tubes which feature a low glare black oxide finish. High quality, low maintenance, known constrictions and a reasonable price!

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