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#604760 10/19/2021 5:31 AM
by claycrusher1900
I know it's considered sacrilege to put Briley's in a hammer pigeon gun, but I'm unfamiliar with later English boxlocks. Would it be as bad to put them in a 1925-1940 trap gun? It's currently XF/XF which is altogether to tight for my uses, but I love the gun. I doubt I will sell it in the next decade or more, and it would be much more usable with screw in chokes, but I hate bodgering something if it would effect the value/sellablility as it would if it were a hammer pigeon gun! What are your thoughts?
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#604900 Oct 21st a 02:15 AM
by Joe Wood
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Be sure you have enough wall thickness. I once had Briley install thin walls into a 12 gauge Sauer and looking down the barrel on the outside I could see tiny bulges where the threads were cut inside. Bothered the heck out of me but few other people would have seen it.
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#605007 Oct 22nd a 12:35 PM
by Tom Findrick
Tom Findrick
Originally Posted by SKB
Originally Posted by HomelessjOe
Proof means literally nothing unless you plan to export it back to England.
Or sell it to a knowledgeable buyer.
Originally Posted by SKB
Originally Posted by HomelessjOe
Proof means literally nothing unless you plan to export it back to England.
Or sell it to a knowledgeable buyer.

The OP stated that he wouldn’t look to sell for at least a decade.
If the chokes work for him he likely won’t sell.
It’s a user , not collector grade gun.
If he does sell, another shooter interested in shooting, not collecting, would be the right buyer.
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