||What are some of the
differences in Browning choke tubes?
||The Invector, or ""Standard Invector" system" was
introduced in 1983. A few years later, the Invector-Plus
chokes were introduced to fit the new back-bored shotgun
barrels. These two choke systems will not interchange. If
you have screw-in chokes in your shotgun barrel, the kind
of system you have will be stamped on the barrel near the
receiver. You must use the proper choke system for your
Midas Grade Extended Tubes. These longer tubes are
designed for clay targets. Easy removal and installation
with fingertips. High resolution "RMS" finish reduce
plastics buildup. For use in Invector-Plus 12 and 20 ga.
Available for Remington and Beretta/Benelli shotguns.
Duck Commander Extended Tubes. These tubes have a
camouflage finish and directional porting which reduces
recoil for fast, accurate follow-up shots.
Sabot Express Rifled Choke Tube. Extremely
effective with both sabot and Foster slugs and 00 buckshot
and larger. This tube out performed a rifled barrel in
Browning tests. Threaded for Invector-Plus back-bored 12