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Q: What do the choke markings cut into the rim of weatherby shotgun choke tubes mean?

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Look closely at the body of the tube.

Try Mossberg, Weatherby and Winchester

Tubes that constrict the column of shotgun pellets as they exit the barrel

ONE = Full TWO = Improved Modified THREE = Modified FOUR = Improved Cylinder FIVE = Cylinder

For the Stoeger side-by-side shotgun, your best bet would be to use any of the standard Winchester choke tubes. They should fit well for you shotgun.

Impossible to answer without a DETAILED description of ALL markings, barrel length, type of choke/choke tubes, stock material, engraving (if any) box, papers, accessories, finish, overall condition, etc..

Perazzi shotgun choke markings are as follows the KG xxxx is the gram weight of the barrels the 18.4 being .724", 18.5 being .729" is the internal bore diameter of the barrels the circles with a dot in the are the points of choke old Europeain markings the choke with 1 dot is full, 3 dot is modified, 5 dots is cylinder. guns with choke tubes the markings go from 1 to 10. each number times .004" equals the points of choke. there fore full choke is 10 and represents .040" choke. down to 1 which is .004" improved cylinder Perazzi shotgun choke markings are as follows the KG xxxx is the gram weight of the barrels the 18.4 being .724", 18.5 being .729" is the internal bore diameter of the barrels the circles with a dot in the are the points of choke old Europeain markings the choke with 1 dot is full, 3 dot is modified, 5 dots is cylinder. guns with choke tubes the markings go from 1 to 10. each number times .004" equals the points of choke. there fore full choke is 10 and represents .040" choke. down to 1 which is .004" improved cylinder Perazzi shotgun choke markings are as follows the KG xxxx is the gram weight of the barrels the 18.4 being .724", 18.5 being .729" is the internal bore diameter of the barrels the circles with a dot in the are the points of choke old Europeain markings the choke with 1 dot is full, 3 dot is modified, 5 dots is cylinder. guns with choke tubes the markings go from 1 to 10. each number times .004" equals the points of choke. there fore full choke is 10 and represents .040" choke. down to 1 which is .004" improved cylinder Perazzi shotgun choke markings are as follows the KG xxxx is the gram weight of the barrels the 18.4 being .724", 18.5 being .729" is the internal bore diameter of the barrels the circles with a dot in the are the points of choke old Europeain markings the choke with 1 dot is full, 3 dot is modified, 5 dots is cylinder. guns with choke tubes the markings go from 1 to 10. each number times .004" equals the points of choke. there fore full choke is 10 and represents .040" choke. down to 1 which is .004" improved cylinder Perazzi shotgun choke markings are as follows the KG xxxx is the gram weight of the barrels the 18.4 being .724", 18.5 being .729" is the internal bore diameter of the barrels the circles with a dot in the are the points of choke old Europeain markings the choke with 1 dot is full, 3 dot is modified, 5 dots is cylinder. guns with choke tubes the markings go from 1 to 10. each number times .004" equals the points of choke. there fore full choke is 10 and represents .040" choke. down to 1 which is .004" improved cylinder Perazzi shotgun choke markings are as follows the KG xxxx is the gram weight of the barrels the 18.4 being .724", 18.5 being .729" is the internal bore diameter of the barrels the circles with a dot in the are the points of choke old Europeain markings the choke with 1 dot is full, 3 dot is modified, 5 dots is cylinder. guns with choke tubes the markings go from 1 to 10. each number times .004" equals the points of choke. there fore full choke is 10 and represents .040" choke. down to 1 which is .004" improved cylinder Perazzi shotgun choke markings are as follows the KG xxxx is the gram weight of the barrels the 18.4 being .724", 18.5 being .729" is the internal bore diameter of the barrels the circles with a dot in the are the points of choke old Europeain markings the choke with 1 dot is full, 3 dot is modified, 5 dots is cylinder. guns with choke tubes the markings go from 1 to 10. each number times .004" equals the points of choke. there fore full choke is 10 and represents .040" choke. down to 1 which is .004" improved cylinder

On the choke tubes. It is marked by lines on the front edge of the choke. The more lines the more open the choke. 1 line is a full and goes from there. If it doesn't have tubes, on the inside of the receiver near the bbls.

System of changable shotgun choke tubes made by Mossberg. Accu Choke is their brand name. A shotgun choke is a means of reducing the bore size at the muzzle of a shotgun, to produce shot patterns that spread to a greater or lesser degree.

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If it has choke tubes, yes. If it is fixed choke, no. I called Browning about mine and that was the answer they gave me.

The shotgun in question uses a standard Tru-Choke.