Hcalls wrote:Has anyone tried welding a bolt to a choke tube? Then you could use a socket to take the tube off. I am not concerned with the choke tube... Its junk to me .. I just want the thing out. I really don want to screw the barrel up. The barrel is Mossy Oak Shadow Grass which is no longer offered from browning. Option 3 is leaving the current tube in the barrel forever.
goosepit2007 wrote:I have removed a lot of chokes for people in my shop...first soak in penetrating oil then, put bbl in vise with blocks of wood or in my case use bbl blocks and then tighten down vise then take impact gun with big ease-out and chokes come out with one our two trigger pulls then i take small wire wheel (brass)on drill ad clean threads out and then take to my parts washer and clean out threads there air blow dry then put new choke in after putting anti-seize on threads before installing choke.
Has never failed me in 20 years of taking out stuck chokes!!!!
used this tool a few times hasn't failed me yet
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