Is it safe to shoot slugs out of a 20 gauge single shot shotgun with a fixed modified choke?
Yes, it is, but make sure you shoot foster style slugs. They are easier to force (swage) through the choke, and are designed for smoothbore shotguns. I like the Remington managed recoil slugs. A 1 oz. slug coming out at around 1250 fps is nothing to sneeze at, and they're very comfortable to shoot. If bears are your concern, however, I might go with something with a higher velocity.
As long as the owner's manual doesn't prohibit it. Read More
If it has choke tubes, yes. If it is fixed choke, no. I called Browning about mine and that was the answer they gave me. Read More
'*' 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). Read More
The question can have two meanings...if you are asking if the shotgun has a modified choke, usually it will say on the barrel if the choke is fixed (full, "imp cyl" for improved cylinder, "mod" for modified). If your barrel has interchangeable chokes, you just need to unscrew the choke tube and read what it says. If you are asking if it was modified from the factory configuration, modifications that aren't blatantly obvious (sawed off… Read More
A fixed choke is a choke that can not be removed or changed. Read More
Look on the rear left side of the barrel.F=Full,M=modified,IC=improved cylinder,C=cylinder etc. Read More
The fixed choke markings are denoted by * marks on the bottom of the barrel under the forearm assembly. 3 on the left barrel and 4 on the right. *** Modified choke **** Improved Cylinder Read More
Yes, down to Full (although Modified is usually more accurate) Do not attempt to fire a slug through an Extra Full Choke (used by turkey hunters a lot) Read More
No way to answer without knowing barrel length and gauge. Read More
Shotgun chokes, whether they be screw-in choke tubes or fixed-chokes (permanent part of the barrel) are used to control the diameter and density of the pellet pattern at a specific distance. Example: An improved cylinder (IC) choke would produce a larger diameter (more open) pattern at around 30 yards. This style of choke is used for close shooting at upland game birds over a pointing dog. A full choke (F) has a tighter constriction so… Read More
I paid $260 recently for a 1980 Police- regular hardwood police stock/fore end, 20" barrel with rifle sights and I/C fixed choke. Read More
I am by no means an expert, but my first shotgun was a used Remington 1100 sportsman 12ga shotgun w/ fixed full choke. I bought it at a local pawn shop in good condition for $300. This was about 3 years ago. New, they run about $800 so it depends on the year and condition but $300-$400 used is about average. Hope this helps. Read More
Stevens 107b is a fixed cylinder bore. So in other words, no choke and not able to be choked. Read More
The Glenfield 50 was manufactured in 12ga from 1966 to 1979. The bolt-action magazine fed shotgun came at various times with fixed or variable chokes. The stock was birch with a walnut finish. 89,883 were produced. All had 28-inch barrels. It was produced in 20ga in 1966 and 1967 with a full choke 26-inch barrel. The Marlin 50DL was produced in a birch/walnut stock in 1996, 12ga, 28-inch barrel with fixed modified choke. In 1997… Read More
The mechanical advantage of a single fixed pulley is 1. Read More
Without a detailed description of all markings, features, box, papers, accessories, etc.. you can be in the <100 USD to >10000 USD range. Read More
The Invector Choke system was first introduced in 1983 and only available on Citori, BPS, and BT-99 models. Fixed choke barrels were still available as well. Please note that the Citori Lightning model wasn't introduced until 1988. All Citori Lightning models in 12, 16, and 20ga. were only available with the invector choke system (and still are). 28ga Lightning Citori's were still fixed choke only. Read More
The Mossberg Model 85 shotgun, made 1934-1937, had a top loading fixed magazine. The 85A was made 1937-1939, and the 85B 1939-1940. The 85B had a detachable magazine. In many cases, the A, B, C, etc variants were minor changes in the design. The 85C had detachable chokes, where the earlier models had a fixed choke. Read More
Which is the simple machine that provides the mechanical advantage of 1 the screw second class lever single fixed pulley or single movable pulley?
Single fixed pulley Read More
No way to tell without more of a description. Read More
NOT RECOMMENDED unless you are in a life or death situation. Read More
You are the executor of an estate and found a Browning ou shotgun that looks like a citori but not exactly The serial is 55714 It was used for clay shooting Can someone pls id gun and its value?
Need to know all the markings/words on the barrels and receiver. What gauge? Fixed or removeable choke tubes? Barrel length? Read More
No, not usually. Only if the loan is modified, or some other strange factor. In 99% of cases, fixed rate mortgages will have a fixed payment which never changes. Read More
A single fixed pulley can change the direction of a force, but not its magnitude. Read More
You probably have an alternator with bad diodesl have it checked, it is probably going out. Get that fixed first then see if the choke light goes out too. Read More
How can a 1986 jeep Cherokee be fixed that stalls when it is cold and the choke closes and to restart it you have to hold the choke open?
Could be 1 of 2 things: failed choke heater itself of 12vdc not getting to the choke heater. There is a relay (located on the RH fender wall under the hood) you should have 12 volt anytime the ignition is in run. Read More
single fixed pulley changes the direction of the applied force, you pull down, the object goes up. Read More
A single fixed pulley is a simple machine that only changes the direction of the force applied, not the amount. An example is the pulley in window blinds. Read More
well for some of his tricks he modified the trap he was in the he got out easily then while the band played music louder and faster he fixed the trap and modified it again so it was the way they said it was Read More
Almost certainly it does. Most common would be full/modified, though some were made (I believe) in modified/improved cylinder. There have been a few that are cylinder bore right from the factory, or so I have been told. These would be "coach guns", which most often have short barrels. Choke is a relationship of the inside muzzle diameter to the inside diameter of the rest of the barrel. A choke guage, commonly found at any gun… Read More
Requires a gunsmith to look at it. Read More
How muchwill it cost to get a module 870 magnum shotgun shipped from medford Oregon to Remington to get fixed?
@ 50 USD Read More
it uses 2 pulleys workinf together !! hailey Read More
single fixed single movable effort up! Read More
While I'm not sure about this particular model, I would say it's more likely that the barrels have different chokes. In the days before modern shotshells with plastic shotcups for ovepowder wads, it was common to bore the right barrel modified and the left barrel full choke. After the shotcup came into common use in loading shotgun shells, it became common to make the right barrel improved cylinder, and the left barrel modified, as the… Read More
Fixed cost refers to the repetitive and unchanging cost incurred within the scope of normal operations. For instance, the rent for store footage is as fixed cost as it remains (mostly) constant from month to month, is not related to sales or the lack thereof, and cannot readily be modified. Read More
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What are the different features of a single fixed pulley a single movable pulley and a multiple pulley system?
The tension of a rope in a single fixed pulley = W The tension of a rope in a single movable pulley = W/2 The tension of a rope in a multiple pulley system = W/ number of pulleys if they are in series. Read More
One single fixed pulley cannot give any mechanical advantage. It can only redirect the direction of the applied force. Read More
a single pulley only has one pulley. It can be called a movable pulley or single fixed pulley. A single pulley can have the effort going up or down. Read More
Your 1991 mr2 dies when its cold as soon as its warm its fine If you let go of the thottle when it is cold the engine just dies Whats broken?
Does it have a choke? get it fixed. Read More
S&W never manufactured these guns. They were produced in Japan under license from S&W for a short period of time. They are not known for being high quality and they have no collector value. I have seen one priced at $175 sit for a very very long time. Depending on condition they sell fairly quickly when priced between $125-150. Good luck. The answer above is somewhat correct. Howa of Japan built these shotguns for S&W… Read More
In a single fixed pulley, you pull (apply force) straight down (pull down). In a first-class lever you push up (apply force) , but not push. Read More
Nothing, really. A slight loss due to friction. If the pulley is fixed to the load, then there is a 2:1 advantage. Read More
What is the value of a universal 20 gauge overunder shotgun it has double triggers and fixed chokes?
0-250 USD depending on condition. Read More