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Unread 07-24-2020, 11:38 AM   #1
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How common are Reproduction 20 gauges with just one set of 26 barrels choked Q1 and Q2 ?
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Unread 07-24-2020, 12:02 PM   #2
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In my observations they are not as common as IC/M, but they are far from rare. My best guesstimate is for every 20-ga. 26" Q1/Q2 Repro you find you'll find ten 20-ga. 26" Repros choked IC/M.
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Uncommon or not, they are wonderful.
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How about the Krieghoff 16 gauge barrels? The one I have is Q1/Q2
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Q1 and Q2 are in my opinion the perfect chokes for the hunting that I do. In both 20 and 28ga.
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I thought the Kreighoff barrels (16) came in only M/F.
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The 16 GA Kreighoff barrels came in M/F, Ic/M and QI/QII.
All were 28"
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Thanks Bob. A friend of mine bought one of the Win. Repro BHE' 20's when they first came out. It was to be his grouse gun. Beautiful, but when I asked him why he ordered M/F for grouse hunting, he took it to Ken Eyester in Ohio and had the chokes opened up. He later ordered a set of Krieghoff 16 ga barrels also M/f. Again I asked, why the tight chokes and he said he was planning on having it opened up--hell, guess he could have ordered it that way in the first place. But, my friend always does things bassakward.
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At one time many of the serious competition shotgun people would only consider Ken Eyester for choke work...They said their guns were being "Eyesterized"..

You told him what you wanted, at what distance, what shell you would be using, and you got back what you wanted...
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