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I recently cleaned all my guns and in doing so I removed my 20 ga.turkey choke to inspect it and I discovered a slight burr or slight indent at the inside of the sleeve to the rear of the thread as the unit sets in the barrel. Therefore it is not perfectly round.

I was very surprise because it shot very good groups last Spring and my three hunting shots all harvested gobblers. I cleaned the gun an put it away for the Summer without inspecting the choke. Nothing could have happen to the inside of the choke while store in my safe; therefore it must have been that way when I screwed it in before shooting several test loads 20-30 and hunting?????

Could this be a safety problem or effect the pattern?
 

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If the burr is not interfering with the thread run, then just take a small round honing stone and knock dow nt burr.
 

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dun did.....thanks. I haven't shot it yet. I hope it still patterns the same.
 
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