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Ok I’ve owned a lot of browning guns still own quite a few multiple shotgun but have never seen one of these got some ammo cans from a auction and this was in one of them
what gun and what does it do.
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I know that much but have never seen one what shotgun does it go to
 

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Fits through holes in the extended choke tubes. Another tube tightening system that won't slip. Fits chokes like this:

 

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As a side note - - -> For inside OR the outside chokes - - -> ALWAYS use a small dab of oil,grease,anti-sieze compound,etc. when installing a shotgun choke.
I have had countless people over the years want me to help them remove a stuck choke. Obviously the inside models are the worse. --- SAWMAN
 

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Sawman I was shown this trick when I was a youngster dip choke in cooking oil before screwing in and when ready to remove choke dip end of barrel in hot water choke comes right out.
 

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Thanks all for your input gonna throw this in with my turkey chokes
 

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I have known people to use STP,Mobile 1,etc,etc. I use a produce called Reel Lube. Made for fishing reels. Tetra Gun works good for me also. Both are a clear,fairly heavy grease. --- SAWMAN
 

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Just use the same anti-seize compound (lube) you use on spark plugs. I've been using the same 8oz jar of Permatex for a decade. Comes with a application brush connected to inside of lid. It does need to be stirred with the brush after it sits a long time. You can get it in smaller size and tubes too.
 
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