Screw-in Choke Tube Installation
New Old Stock Condition
FFL is not required
Unit Price
Quantity Available
Sign In or Register to BuyNow!
Time Left
1d 15h +
10/20/2017 8:24 AM
Item 683473778
Location Pembroke, KY 42266
Priority Mail$15.00
See Item Description
No international shipments
Payment Personal Check, Visa / MasterCard, USPS Money Order, Money Order, Certified Check
Checkout Yes
Sales Tax
Seller does not collect sales tax
Inspection/ Return Policy

The seller of this item assumes all responsibility for this listing. You must contact the seller to resolve any questions or concerns before placing a bid. Payment must be made using U.S. dollars ($) unless otherwise stated in the listing. Firearms may only be shipped to a licensed dealer (FFL Holder). Some listed items may not be legal in every state. Complete your purchase within the law.

Rose Action Sports – Licensed Gunsmith

Quality Gunsmithing for the 18th to 21st Century

This auction is for machining your 12 or 20 gauge pump, semi-auto or single shot shotgun barrel to accept a screw-in choke tube. (No tubes included - See our other GunBroker auction for an installation package including 3 choke tubes).

In 12 gauge you can chose from the Rem-Choke, Win-choke (interchangeable with Browning Invector and Mossberg Accu-choke), Tru-Choke or Tru-Choke "Thinwall" style of choke tube threading. 20 gauge threading is available in the Win-Choke (interchangeable with Browning Invector and Mossberg Accu-choke) and Tru-Choke style.

We can also cut and crown your barrel (within legal limits), install a new sight bead, and lengthen and polish the forcing cone (12 ga only) while we have it in the shop. Contact us prior to sending in your barrel for details.

Rose Action Sports accepts Money Orders, Certified Funds, and Personal Checks from U.S banks (clearance required before work begins).

Visit Rose Action Sports on the web at to view our wide line of gunsmithing services.

The Fine Print

Adequate barrel wall thickness is required for safe installation of screw-in chokes. While the vast majority of today's shotgun barrels are more than thick enough we occasionally encounter a barrel that is too thin to safely machine. To ensure that your barrel is of adequate thickness for your choice of choke tube simply measure the outside diameter of the barrel at the muzzle with a caliper or micrometer.12 gauge barrels must be at least .845" to accept Rem-choke and Win/Browning/Mossberg chokes, at least .825" for the Tru-Choke tube or at least .805" for Tru-Choke "Thinwall" tubes. 20 Gauge barrels must measure a minimum of .725” to accept Win/Browning/Mossberg chokes or .705" for the Tru-Choke tubes.

Maximum bore diameters also apply, although this is rarely an issue unless the barrel has been altered by back boring or jug choking. I will take precise measurements of each aspect of your barrel to ensure safe installation.

Seller provided no "Additional Terms of Sale"
Mfg Part Number