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Old October 20, 2012, 10:40 AM   #18
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Alright, I have an 11 page article called: "The Making Of A Rifled Barrel" by Geoffey Kolbe that states on one of the paragraphs:

"Many think a slight choke at the muzzle end of a ten thousandth of so will improve accuracy". It goes on to say that "bench rest shooters have shown that parallel barrels seem to win more matches than choked ones. The exception is barrels which shoot lead bullets, like the .22 Rimfire barrels and air rifle barrels". Go figure. I was perplexed when I happened across this info myself. This is the only time I have ever heard of choking a rifle
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