This listing is for ONE Choke Tube. It was NOT designed for steel shot. Here is Harrington & Richardson’s Extra Full 12 gauge Invector Choke Tube. Manufacturer was H&R 1871, LLC, of Madison, North Carolina. Construction is entirely Stainless Steel. Muzzle Diameter is .6875, Extra Full Choke, and so marked. This choke tube will fit Browning 12 gauge shotguns with threaded muzzles manufactured from 1983 until 1994, whose barrels are marked, Invector. It will NOT fit 12 gauge Brownings marked Invector Plus. It was NOT designed for use with steel shot. It will fit Winchester 12 gauge Shotguns with threaded barrel muzzles, marked Winchoke, manufactured from 1969 until 2007. It will fit Mossberg 12 gauge shotguns with barrels marked Accu-Choke, manufactured from 1973 to the present. It will fit 12 gauge NEF and H&R Pardner series shotguns, manufactured by Hawk Industries in Qiqihar, China. These tubes will not fit any other shotgun we know of, unless the shotgun is a 12 gauge, and unless its barrel or owner’s manual prescribes Invector or Winchoke. H&R, after all, is Remington owned, so this is actually Remington’s only Invector tube. It will NOT interchange with any 12 gauge Remington, or Benelli, or Beretta. Overall length is 1.482 inches; collar diameter is .808 inch. Replacement pricing for a similar Browning Invector is $43.00 per tube on browning com. We’re offering the H&R Invector tube in the photos, however, or one of its identical mates, each for only $16.00.
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