You can find a rifled hunting version made by Briley for PSHQ at www.pshqeurope.comAnswerYou can find them at Colonial Arms colonialarms.com AnswerHey, rather than spend the money on choke tubes, test the Baikal with various loads and see if it functions consistantly. The Baikals I have owned had multiple problems you simply could not depend on them to function and fire consistantly. This was especially frustrating when hunting. Time after time my German shorthairs would be on point and the safety wouldn't work or the gun wouldn't go off. If you can't trade your Baikal in for a well crafted gun, use it for a pry bar. Answertruchokes.com also carries aftermarket. You can get OEM through the old distributor at www.eaacorp.com
I bought 'TRU-CHOKE® for my Baikal. Ignore the dweeb;Baikal is a "well crafted gun". I've Won a few trophy's with them. Haven't had any problems with any Baikals.... so don't believe what the fan-boy trolls write. Get your chokes and slay 'em.
Your shotgun was made by High Standard for sears from 1947 to 1962 its an old gun .Old vintage shotguns should be used and appreciated for what they are and not what they are not .and what you would like to do would not be suitable for the old girl get a newer gun for that.and simply use and enjoy you old shotgun in its day their was absolutely nothing on the market better and they are still a very good shotgun
The short answer is no. I have a Remington Model 1100 Circa ~1963 with a 30" barrel and integral Full choke. This barrel does not accept any additional chokes. You could procure a newer barrel relatively cheaply (roughly $200 new or much less used at a gun show) that will accept screw-in type chokes. Another alternative would be to install an after market screw-in choke system. Not all barrels are candidates, but many are. One such after market installer is "www.choketube.com".
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