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Why? it's quite funny to read people's assumptions base on thinking someone is from california

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So, we know you are untruthful, to amuse yourself. Anything else you care to come out of the closet about?


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You are as dumb as Joe says your are. qed

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Originally Posted by LeFusil
Originally Posted by Perry M. Kissam
Originally Posted by Shotgunjones
Originally Posted by Carl46
Nice fowler. Since it is sleeved and tubed by Briley, it should be fine with steel shot. Or even tungsten, for the long second shot.

I would not assume that.
Why not SJ?? I thought being sleeved with modern steel sleeves would make it steel shot compatible. Would you mind explaining your answer? Merely curious. Also, have never owned or even seen for that matter a sleeved gun. Thanks.

It really depends on what kind of steel was used for the sleeving tubes. After that, it comes down to wall thickness. If the sleeved tubes were struck in a way to get the barrels weight or gun to balance at a certain point, wall thickness certainly will come into consideration. The next consideration would be how the new sleeved barrels are bored. Hopefully everything was cut/machined correctly. Bore diameter within specs, chamber and forcing cones etc. Barrel interiors cut with dimensions out of spec for the gauge can cause serious issues.
If the steel used for the sleeved barrels is fairly modern and of good ordnance quality, everything was machined correctly, wall thickness are good (which 99% of the time on newly sleeved barrels the wall thickness’s are more then adequate), chokes are appropriate…..then there shouldn’t be any issues at all with using steel or modern non-tox.

Lots of 'if' and 'should'. Why would a buyer assume any of that?

Nobody knows without getting a sellers statement traceable to Briley, nor should they pretend to know.

A Briley 'lead shot only' choke system is as likely as not.


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qed?

quae in speculo resplendent vultus


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Quod erat demonstradum

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Catch up, dude. The tortoise has passed you as you snooze.


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Originally Posted by mc
You are as dumb as Joe says your are. qed

Never said or thought Stanly was dumb....thinks he knOws it all, braggadocios, self centered, lives in a fAntasy world.....ect....ect...

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Why don't you junk the fOe ten junkers Stan and buy you a real man's classy shooter ?

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Stan["quae in speculo resplendent vultus"]...mc["Quod erat demonstradum"]

I hate it when the smart guys around here start typing in french...Geo

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