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invector ds

Postby macdaddykeefer » Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:10 pm

I just picked up my new browning a5 friday n since I haven't had time to pattern it due to work I was lookin at aftermarket chokes to see what was available in case the factory tubes disappoint and the only ones I can seem to find is patternmaster...is there any other brand out there currently making tubes for it?
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Re: invector ds

Postby DoubleDutchChuck » Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:17 pm

I have an extended IC, LM, and Mod from Briley for mine.
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Re: invector ds

Postby macdaddykeefer » Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:19 pm

i just looked at brileys website on my phone before i posted and didnt see um for the invector ds system...i musta missed um...howd they perform?
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Re: invector ds

Postby Leupold87 » Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:10 pm

i looked at briley also and couldn't find anything... looks like carlson will be makeing them also .....that's what i had for my stoger m3500 and it threw GREAT patterns will all the loads i shot. ill be buying the water fowl set for my A5
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Re: invector ds

Postby macdaddykeefer » Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:56 pm

i finially found them on the briley site their listed as sporting clay chokes...
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Re: invector ds

Postby DoubleDutchChuck » Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:43 am

Sorry I didn't respond sooner, lost my modem. I bought the Briley DS Extended chokes from Ableammo. They were about $9 more then the Browning DS chokes, which I'm sure Briley makes also. I've had real good luck with Briley brand and wanted those. Also, the Browning DS chokes have a seperate copper band for the seal at the bottom of the choke. On the Briley brand, the seal is a built-in part of the choke, not a seperate piece. I used the LM choke for ducks this season, shooting 3's and 2's. Worked very good on them and patterned good on paper.
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Re: invector ds

Postby DarenDeath » Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:29 pm

Kicks high flyer, I hope that a review is available...?
I use one in my Silver with great results, so it would be my assumption the new style is equal.
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Re: invector ds

Postby Jwrong83 » Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:03 am

Just got a patternmaster long range for my A5. Super patterns out to 60 yds. Not to tight up close and really holds it together further out.
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Re: invector ds

Postby kcwellington » Mon Mar 03, 2014 5:01 pm

i have very good luck with my a5 and rhino choke tube. they are pretty expensive but 100.00 choke in a 1400.00 gun. i dont think you will be disappointed. also indian creek makes a very good choke for invector ds.
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