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Old October 17th, 2020, 09:45 AM #3
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Clean the choke pocket with a bore brush and some air or bore cleaner to make sure all the barrel funk is out. You should be able to see if any is left in there. Choke needs to be fully seated before firing. Donít force it tho. Light live in the threads when you get it fitting properly. I remove mine when Iím done shooting to prevent any issues too. On extended chokes, there is usually a very small gap between the choke and the barrel end to make sure the choke bottoms out and not the extended part
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