Rizzini Type "C" 12g Flush

Stainless Steel
Rizzini Type "C"  12g - Flush - Stainless Steel
Rizzini Type "C"  12g - Flush - Stainless Steel Rizzini Type "C"  12g - Flush - Stainless Steel Rizzini Type "C"  12g - Flush - Stainless Steel

Rizzini Type "C" 12g Flush

Stainless Steel
$50.00
Description

Details

The TEAGUE flush choke fits flush with the muzzle end of the barrels so they don’t protrude, making them nearly invisible to see. This flush fitting choke will require our taper key to insert and remove from barrels.

Manufactured in England from aerospace grade high-tensile stainless steel on state of the art CNC machinery. Our choke dimensions are made to exacting tolerances based on the guns precise bore size and our field-tested constriction dimensions.

This choke is for the Rizzini Type "C" system. If you are unsure of whether this choke is suitable for your gun, please compare the length of an existing choke and the location of the thread to the product image.

Specifications

Additional Information

Select Size N/A
Gauge 12g
Weight 13grams / 0.46ounces
Choke Length 3.7cm / 1.46inches
Material Stainless Steel
Extended Section Length 0cm / 0inches
Barrel Bore Size 18.5mm / 0.727inches
Choke Type Flush
Choke Model Type "C"
Choke Chart

Teague Precision Chokes - CHOKE CHART: Teague Chokes 12 Gauge, 16 Gauge, 20 Gauge & 28 Gauge Constrictions.

Delivery & Returns

All orders will be shipped from the U.K. with UPS. Orders under $800 should clear customs quickly and not be subject to any import duties or further costs. 

 

Delivery Options
Standard $14.95 (2-4 Days)

 

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