The Invector, or "Standard Invector" system" was introduced in 1983. A few years later, the Invector-Plus chokes were introduced to fit the new back-bored shotgun barrels. These two choke systems will not interchange. If you have screw-in chokes in your shotgun barrel, the kind of system you have will be stamped on the barrel near the receiver. You must use the proper choke system for your shotgun.
I don't think there is an invector plus model. Invector Plus is the choke system Browning uses on newer shotguns.
Either Invector or Invector+ depending on how it left the factory.
Browning did not make an Invector model. That is the type choke system of the shotgun.
You will have to call Browning to find out.
What is the question?
Go to Browning.com and type "Invector Choke" in the search function.
Invector is a brand not a choke. Invector is a brand not a choke.
Made in 1996
Browning made choke tubes.
To change the choke of the shot
The 2 letters NX in the middle of your Browning Invector pump action shotgun indicates that it was made in the year 1993.
Look at the choke tubes.
Best bet is to have it examined by a good gunsmith.
Yes, all Browning Invector and invector plus barrels can shoot steel shot.
The Invector Plus choke tubes were first introduced in the 1989 Browning Catalog which was published in October 1988. Keep in mind that the Invector was already standard on most shotguns and the Invector Plus was slowing being made available to many models. The Invector Plus choke tube system was available first on BT-99 models and then the BPS and high grade doubles.
Starting in 1983.
Need a detailed description
Send it to a Browning authorized repair center.
Browning's web site has the current information.
Ask a gunsmith for help
Yes, in the new A5.