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What are the various choke markings for Browning shotguns?

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2006-09-06 01:50:19
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The older brownings use an asterisk (*) or a set of them to determine the choke of the barrel. (one) * is Full, (Two) ** is Modified, and (three) *** is improved cylinder. This marking is usually located on the side of the barrel along the same line as the mfg's name. More complete answer 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).

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Choke markings , lets see , Chokemarkings , and Prints of Markings :D

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

Depends on how choke markings on the weapon.

On the choke tubes. It is marked by lines on the front edge of the choke. The more lines the more open the choke. 1 line is a full and goes from there. If it doesn't have tubes, on the inside of the receiver near the bbls.

one star or (*) means Full two (**) Improved Modified three (***) Modified Four (****) Improved Cyl.

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

on a single shot barrel you must remove the barrel and look at the flat side underneath the chamber to see the choke stamping.

Browning Choke Markings "* " = full "*- " = improved modified "** " = modified "**-" = improved cylinder "**$" = skeet "***" = cylinder

We are not familiar with a model 22, but all Browning Shotguns use the invector screw in choke tubes. These are available at most Gun Shops and retailers of Browning guns. You can also find them online at the Browning Co Website

open = 5 notches 1/4 = 4 notches 1/2 = 3 notches 3/4 = 2 notches full = 1 notch

I don't think there is an invector plus model. Invector Plus is the choke system Browning uses on newer shotguns.

No.None of the browning auto-5 shotguns left the factory with a adjustable choke.This was a after market add-on.

Depends on what they are. Could be choke markings, proof mark, etc..

Haven't seen that marking. Choke markings on Browning shotguns are coded by a series of asterisks and dashes. They also had a marking called 'ACIER SPECIAL' which simply means special steel, indicating the gun was suitable for smokeless powder.

AnswerEarly Stevens shotguns did not have choke markings.sales@countrygunsmith.netOn my Savage semi-autos, a model 755A and 775A, the chokes are marked with an asterisk on the rear left side of the barrel. One for full, two for mod., three for IC.

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.

They identify which chokes you have in without having to use a choke tool. different companies have different markings but in general the fewer marks, the more constricted the choke (1 mark=full choke).

Barrel marking include the proof marks, choke code and weight of the barrels. Please be specific and we can give a more direct answer.

Browning made choke tubes.

Browning has a web site with lots of information and a search function that will help you.

You will have to contact Browning to find out.

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.

1 notch - full 2 - improved modified 3 - modified 4 - improved clinder 5 - skeet no notch - cylinder


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