Follow manufacturer's instructions.
yes but its dangerous.
Choke tube, choke wrench, box, owner's manual,
No. A choke tube slips into and screws to the muzzle end of the barrel. It can only decrease the inside diameter.
4 notches = cylinder choke (open), and one notch = full choke (tight)
BROWNING CHOKES AND THEIR CODES (ON REAR LEFT-SIDE OF BARREL)* designates full choke (F).*- designates improved modified choke (IM).** designates modified choke (M).**- designates improved cylinder choke (IC).**$ designates skeet (SK).*** designates cylinder bore (CYL).INV. designates barrel is threaded for Browning Invector choke tube system.INV. PLUS designates back-bored barrelsIf you have any problems trying to figure it out, call or write Browning. You can contact them on their web page at Browning.com.
Never fire a shotgun without a choke tube installed. DANGER, DANGER, DANGER
Soak in diesel overnight to loosen dirt/debris, use choke key supplied with gun
It will depend on the slug, the load, the type of choke and what your owner's manual says. As a general rule, No.
Best left to a trained gunsmith
Should have choke tubes, being that you can change it to whatever choke you want, so there would be no marking on the gun. There would be markings on the end of the choke tube though, usually between 1-5 lines. Not positive on which means what, but I believe the higher the number the tighter the pattern. But take that with a grain of salt.
No no no
BROWNING CHOKES AND THEIR CODES (ON REAR LEFT-SIDE OF BARREL)* designates full choke (F).*- designates improved modified choke (IM).** designates modified choke (M).**- designates improved cylinder choke (IC).**$ designates skeet (SK).*** designates cylinder bore (CYL).INV. designates barrel is threaded for Browning Invector choke tube system.INV. PLUS designates back-bored barrels
With removeable chokes, it's simple, replace the tube. Otherwise you have to find a really good gunmsith.
You would need a rifled choke tube to fire sabots from your smooth bore shotgun. See a firearms dealer for more information about obtaining one for your particular shotgun.
I believe that it can, however a full choke is not reccomended. Also certain slugs and loads should not be used. otherwise you could see your cutts tube ripped off the muzzle and sent hurling downrange. Best advice is to contact Lyman with your particular needs for a slug (application such as Deer Hunting / range desired etc.) Lyman still makes Cutts Compensators and choke tubes. They can recommend the brand or slug type and load for shooting in your Browning cutts shotgun.
A choke looks like a small tube that you screw in the mussel of some shotguns. It changes the pattern of BBS as they fly exc. a full choke will force the BBS into a smaller pattern than an improved cylinder. Hope this helps
Death and distruction. Not a good idea at all....
BROWNING CHOKE CODES (check on rear of barrel, usually on the left, but, sometimes on the right). ( for an O/U open and check flats) * Full *- Improved Modified ** Modified **- Improved Cylinder **$ Skeet *** Cylinder bore INV Browning Invector choke tube system. INV. PLUS Browning Invector Plus back-bored barrels Note: Inv and Inv Plus are not interchangeable. http://www.browning.com/customerservice/qna/detail.asp?ID=100 will give you the numerical data.
You would use a full,or extra full choke if using 00buck for hunting purposes.If for self protection thats up to you.
it could possibly destroy your choke tube so remove it before shooting slugs. but the slug is rifled just for that purpose shooting it out of a smooth bore shotgun
Same choke tube as a 1200 or 1400 pump