Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

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Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby getemducks » Sun Feb 16, 2014 12:00 pm

I was thinking about picking up a terror .705 and it's no where to be found on either website, did they discontinue the 735 and the 705? They have changed around the wad wizard site as well, wondering if someone else knows something I do not. I would really like to pick up a .705... Doesn't look like it will be happening.
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby HCK » Sun Feb 16, 2014 12:10 pm

I think they stopped do those??
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby greyson1 » Sun Feb 16, 2014 2:08 pm

Not sure if your looking for a browning or remington but either way they're showing the browning .705 in stock :biggrin: Here's the link http://www.surecycle.com/index.php/terr ... ct-10.html & best of luck :beer:
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby getemducks » Sun Feb 16, 2014 2:17 pm

greyson1 wrote:Not sure if your looking for a browning or remington but either way they're showing the browning .705 in stock :biggrin: Here's the link http://www.surecycle.com/index.php/terr ... ct-10.html & best of luck :beer:

Thank you! Im A computer/smart phone idiot lol
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby slowshooter » Sun Feb 16, 2014 2:51 pm

I would avoid them for benellis.
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby getemducks » Sun Feb 16, 2014 3:36 pm

slowshooter wrote:I would avoid them for benellis.

That's what I have heard, I'm picking one up for my sp10
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby caribou creek » Mon Feb 17, 2014 11:52 am

I shoot a .655-.675 and a 700 in my Benellis and Berettas with very good results , Jeff has quit making choke tubes and is concentrating his shop efforts on the M12-16 shotgun.

They still work on semi autos, I sent in a couple old shot out SBE's and his guys got them up and running like they were better than brand new, They put in new extractors. ejectors laped and trued up the bolt and rails and put in new springs and surecycle systems.
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby Yuchi1 » Mon Feb 17, 2014 1:36 pm

getemducks wrote:
slowshooter wrote:I would avoid them for benellis.

That's what I have heard, I'm picking one up for my sp10


I've shot the .681 Terror tube in my Beretta's & Benelli's for ~10 seasons w/o a hitch.
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby dog walker » Thu Feb 20, 2014 10:01 am

Yuchi1 wrote:
getemducks wrote:
slowshooter wrote:I would avoid them for benellis.

That's what I have heard, I'm picking one up for my sp10


I've shot the .681 Terror tube in my Beretta's & Benelli's for ~10 seasons w/o a hitch.


I shot less than a box through an xtrema 2 with a .675 and had it seize up
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Re: Did they drop tubes from the terror choke line?

Postby lostknife4 » Mon Feb 24, 2014 8:23 pm

dog walker wrote:
Yuchi1 wrote:
getemducks wrote:
slowshooter wrote:I would avoid them for benellis.

That's what I have heard, I'm picking one up for my sp10


I've shot the .681 Terror tube in my Beretta's & Benelli's for ~10 seasons w/o a hitch.


I shot less than a box through an xtrema 2 with a .675 and had it seize up


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