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Old October 6, 2009, 07:25 AM   #51
LanceOregon
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You got one heck of a good deal there. If you bought your gun new, it would probably have cost you $2,800 And it sounds like it is in like new condition. So that is one nice find. You made a very good choice.

I've had great results with the factory Beretta Extended Optima chokes on my guns. They are easy to screw on and off quickly. And they are high quality choke tubes.

I honestly don't believe that the Briley chokes are any better. And MidWest Gunworks discounts the Beretta chokes from their MSRP of $60.50 each, down to only $44.90 each.

And that is basically the same as the best price one can get on the cheapest Briley Extended Optima choke model. And these Beretta chokes really compare more closely with the more expensive Briley extended choke models.

Here is a link to MidWest Gunworks:

http://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/...ke-tubes/JCOCE


And here is what my set looks like. You can see that they are real quality stainless choke tubes:


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