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08-22-2003, 09:39 AM
Does anybody know if Franchi tubes are 34 threads per inch. Thank you in advance
08-22-2003, 11:28 AM
All Franchi, Stoeger, are Benelli chokes these are the constrictions
The choke diameters are as is:
C . 734
If a choke is made for a Benelli gun it will fit Franchi and Stoeger.
Beretta has a completely different choke system and the Beretta guns have to different chokes systems as well the regular and the new optima. Not all new Berettas have the Optima system, so make sure you know what your gun takes.
Email the company if you are not sure.
11-07-2003, 01:49 PM
I have a new 612 Franchi and it takes the same choke tubes as my Beretta 390. These are called the Mobile Choke tubes by Beretta.
11-12-2003, 01:30 AM
ABPINTAIL - Be careful as to which choke tubes you buy...
Pre-Benelli and Beretta produced Franchi guns/barrels used an intirely different threading and length than the current prodution guns under 'BIG DADDY'.
When American Arms was importing and marketing Franchi they used the original Franchi tube system *Fran-choke*. Thus making the Benelli and Beretta tubes a moot choice. As to the thread count ....??? check your serial #'s and have the factory figure it out or go to a trusted local gunsmith. If your gun spec's 'Fran-choke' then you might have a tougher time locating them locally but I do know Briley produces a fit for them.
[ 11-12-2003, 12:31 AM: Message edited by: birddog ]
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