M2_shootr Posted February 21, 2018 Share Posted February 21, 2018 I did this about five years ago. Wanted a choke tool to more easily remove and install chokes. While there are some nice ones available, $20-30 is nuts for a uni-task tool -Take your Benelli factory choke tool and drive the cross pin out. -Drill the hole put to 7/32” -Chamfer the edges to remove any burrs -Use a #1 Phillips screw driver or a USGI steel cleaning rod section as a new handle Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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