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Browning Invector+ choke recommendations

Last year I picked up a Browning Cynergy that I have come to love, but not the patterns. I am looking for aftermarket chokes for it, but can't come up with what to buy. What stinks even more is whatever I end up on I've got to buy double.

Here is what I'm looking for. Tighter chokes, over mod, to be used for trap, sporting clays and waterfowl. Whatever I end up on it will need to handle steel. Also, don't want to spend an arm and a leg. I do like the Mueller chokes, but at $80 each I can't afford $320 for chokes(2im and 2f).

Please, I only want to hear from the guys that have Brownings. I have looked at barrel diam and choke restrictions and I don't care if a given choke patterns great out of your Beretta, 'cause the choke is most likely nothing like what I'd buy.

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Re: Browning Invector+ choke recommendations

I wouldn't say you necessarily had to buy double, especially right out of the gate. That being said, I've had good luck with a Briley improved mod. out of my Citori and BPS.
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Re: Browning Invector+ choke recommendations

Check out PureGold Choke tubes., Bill Davis is the owner, he stands behind his products. They make a waterfowl Combo pack or you can do like I do and buy a set for Targets and use it for everything. I shoot upland birds and waterfowl with them and they perform in all fields.

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Re: Browning Invector+ choke recommendations

http://www.briley.com/choke-tubes.aspx

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Re: Browning Invector+ choke recommendations

X2 on Briley! All my Brownings patterns great with them in mod for waterfowl.
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Re: Browning Invector+ choke recommendations

Next question regarding the Briley's. What kind are you using? Flush, extended or something special?

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Re: Browning Invector+ choke recommendations

I shoot Comp-N-Choke Imp. Mod chokes in my Browning Gold, and my Benelli Vinci......

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Next question regarding the Briley's. What kind are you using? Flush, extended or something special?
Extended.
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Re: Browning Invector+ choke recommendations

I use Briley's as well. Extended make things easier if you decided to change a choke

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