Many of the rifles are valued in price close to $500 each. The amount will vary depending upon where you get the rifle from.Ê
What grade, ventilated rib, standard, deluxe, featherweight, field grade, supreme, ultralite, or skeet? Anywhere from $200 to $500. That gun was mfg in 1963. The value depends on the condition, guage and the avialable options as listed in the first answer. Also the -4 indicates a FULL choke.
A barrel with a full choke.
Yes. Accuracy may be better in an IC choked barrel, but they are safe to shoot.
You will have to provide a detailed description of the action type, ALL markings, shell size, barrel length and choke, finish
I wouldn't. This could destroy the choke and expand the barrel.
Watch for gun shows in your area. Get a smoothbore slug barrel. It's the same, exact thing. Better!!! It has sights. Either open or imp. cyl. choke. That's all a "riot" barrel is.
If you mean a choke bored barrel, it designates the amount of constriction a shotgun barrel has.
The Ithaca Model 87 uses the Winchoke system model III tubes. The Model III tubes fit flush with the barrel muzzle. Other Winchoke tubes should also fit.
At the end of the barrel
As long as the barrel choke is "NOT" a screw-in style choke tube............YES slugs can be shot through the barrel.
You have an Ithaca Flues model made in 1914 you did not mention condition, straight or pistol grip, beavertail or splinter forearm, ejectors or extractors steel or damasscuss barrels or the choke markings on the barrel flats. 500-3000
about a 150 bucks
choke of sears model 20 12 gage plain barrel shotgun has 3 stars on barrel
They came in various barrel lengths and choke combinations. If it is not marked on the side of the barrel, you will have to pattern the shotgun to determine the choke
A shotgun barrel with a cylinder bore choke.
The amount of constriction at the muzzle
It is possible
No. A choke tube slips into and screws to the muzzle end of the barrel. It can only decrease the inside diameter.
It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke. It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke. It has a nickel steel barrel and is a 12 gauge with a mod choke.
It is possible to fire a shotgun without a choke, but it is highly not reccomended, and they don't cost that much If you select a barrel with no choke (cylinder) it will cause the pattern to be looser than for a barrel of a shotgun that has a tighter choke. The extreme is "full choke" which keeps a tight pattern out to the effective range. Full choke is typically used for waterfowl. A shotgun that is pressed into double duty (shot for small game and slugs for big game) would work well to have modified choke. Slugs have to be designed to fire through a full choke without blowing the barrel but you will certainly shorten the life of the barrel by firing slugs through a choked barrel. If you can afford an extra barrel, then use a cylinder (no choke) for slugs. Remington and other shotgun manufacturers have interchangeable choke tubes (see link) that allow you to screw in the appropriate choke for your quarry.
You are referring to a Model 66. Depending on the condition, length of barrel and choke, it should bring between $125 and $200. These are frequently listed at www.gunbroker.com.
The Choke of a shotgun is the amount of barrel restriction at the muzzle end which affects the shot pattern. A full choke will keep the spray pattern of the pellets closer together farther out than if the barrel was not restricted at the muzzle. If there is no restriction at the muzzle, the choke is said to be cylinder choke or cylinder bore.
on a single shot barrel you must remove the barrel and look at the flat side underneath the chamber to see the choke stamping.
the barrel is constricted at the end to make the pattern of shot flow density wider or tighter. Usually from cylinder up to full choke