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Nitebiter

Choke tube issues

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Nitebiter

My choke tube is COMPLETELY rusted in.. just wondering if anybody else has had the same problem and knows of any special tricks or something to get it out short of taking it to a gunsmith and cutting it off.
Thanks in advance for the help!

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Esoxmn

when you get it out, allways put a little neverseize on the threads.

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[This message has been edited by esoxmn (edited 09-05-2004).]

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Crusher

Have you tried "Liquid Wrench"?

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Nitebiter

I have not, although i did stuff the end of the barrel with a paper towel yesterday and sprayed about half a can of WD-40 down it and just let it run through into a bowl and kept puttin it through to slow soak through the paper towel and it didnt produce.. id rather not have to take it to a gunsmith!!

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snowgoose

Nitebiter
I had the same problem last year. I took it to Scheels in St Cloud. They were able to pound it out for me. Now I use choke tube lube all the time. If you use the lube make sure to check it from time to time. They will get loose on there own.
Snow Goose

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