The Spartan is manufactured for Remington in Russia. I believe the company that makes them is Baikal. You'll probably have to order the choke tubes. Standard Rem-chokes won't work. Cabela's sells the choke tubes for the Remington Spartan Side-by-Side, also made by Baikal in Russia.
The shotgun in question uses a standard Tru-Choke.
I am a gun dealer in Asheboro, NC (Franks gun and pawn). Yes, the Baikal choke tubes will fit. This gun is made by Baikal for Remington. It used to be imported under the EAA name. You can also get tubes at Colonial choke tubes.
Yes, some of the remington tubes will but not all. I have a remington modified choke in my mp 153 right now.
They usually use a modified (medium) choke on the 870, unless it has choke tubes.
Yes they are interchangeable but the barrels however are not.
How short a barrel? Factory choke tubes?
no it wont ive been looking at mossberg choke tubes for a few months for my 20gauge the only choke tubes that work on mossberg 500s are Winchester ,wetherby,browning invector and savage hope yours is a 12 because 20s are about non existent
Go to Remington.com and download an owner's manual. most modern choke tubes have some type of marking that will allow you to determine the choke without removing it from the barrel. some use a notch system while others have stars.
Browning made choke tubes.
Modified describes a choke. Invector is a system of choke tubes.
Remington chokes fit Charles daly
rifled choke tubes for sabot slugs and cylinder or improved cylinder choke tube for foster type slugs. you can shoot slugs with semi-auto. experiment to find what cycles the best without jamming.
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.
Tubes that constrict the column of shotgun pellets as they exit the barrel
Only with cylinder and improved cylinder choke tubes.
Try Mid West Gun Works.
# They relate to choke type, i.e., full, modified....
To determine different shot patterns
You can use a wire instead of the starter to test the tubes .. I did it, it works !
All choke tubes are essentialy the same no matter the manufacturer. They are all screwed in at the muzzle. Each Firearm Manufacturer produced a tool, such as a T-Wrench or a hand held clutch of some sort to fit the slots to turn the choke (like a big screwdriver). Some choke tubes are exposed on the end and can be turned by hand. If your's is recessed, it is better to find the tool to change choke rather than damage the choke by using another metal object to change it.
Interchanges with Tru-Choke or Baikal style threads
Browning has a web site with lots of information and a search function that will help you.
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).
im sure it can be done
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.