yes it is a choke marking. What you list doesn't follow the normal convention.
# They relate to choke type, i.e., full, modified....
If you mean a choke bored barrel, it designates the amount of constriction a shotgun barrel has.
4 notches = cylinder choke (open), and one notch = full choke (tight)
Degree of choke
It stands for Modified choke.
They probably denote what choke the barrel has.
Describes the amount of choke.
Go here for a good explanation - http://hunting.about.com/od/shotgun/l/aastshotgunfaqa.htm
Formed tubularly (no choke) to fire deer slugs.
A dash is used in scoring to indicate no pins were knocked down.
it is part of the choke codes. '*' designates full choke (F). '*-' designates improved modified choke (IM). '**' designates modified choke (M). '**-' designates improved cylinder choke (IC). '**$' designates skeet (SK). '***' designates cylinder bore (CYL).
The dash display lights on a Nissan Terrano II can indicate several things. Some indicate oil levels while others indicate an engine problem or some other mechanical failure.
Best guess: You have a shotgun manufactured in Croatia. "Pun" means "Full" in Croatian. "Pola" means "Half". You would have something like 70% constriction in the Pun barrel and 55 to 60% constriction in the Pola barrel.
Browning Choke Markings "* " = full "*- " = improved modified "** " = modified "**-" = improved cylinder "**$" = skeet "***" = cylinder
The dash warning light means check engine. It can indicate a number of issues with your engine that are best checked by a mechanic.
The letters BB indicate the size of the shot that is in the shotgun shell.This is telling you that your shot size in the shell is the same size as used in BB guns.
Basically, no choke at all
If you are mean the H&R model 158 Topper single shot shotgun?This model was made from 1962-1973.
It means to strangle or choke a smurf I think
Depends on what you are shooting. A Modified Choke gives a medium "squeeze" to the pellets passing thru the end of a shotgun barrel, thus producing a denser pattern of shot. A full choke squeezes more, and a cylinder choke, not at all. A denser pattern may mean slightly greater range with birdshot- but it will also mean the shot pattern is smaller, reducing the chance of hitting a bird in flight. In general, modified is a "middle of the road" choke, and fairly useful in hunting- but not in skeet, trap, or sporting clays.
There are several dash lights on a Mitsubishi Triton. There is a light to indicate a hot engine, low battery current, high beam lights and when the cruise control is engaged.
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.