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Helical Rifled Choke

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Helical Rifled Choke

Briley's new Timber N' Teal (TNT) choke is the first helical rifled spreader choke designed for steel and the ever-popular non-toxic shot of today. Briley is the only choke company that uses an electrochemical rifling process so that plastic doesn't foul the choke, and their exclusive helical rifling uses centrifugal force to spread shot evenly as it exits the wad. Briley's TNT adds four inches to your pattern's diameter all the while maintaining a dense core for long-range shooting. The TNT chokes are made from 174 stainless hardened bar stock

Contact:
(713) 932-6995, www.briley.com.



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