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M2_shootr

Benelli choke tube tool modification....

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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

 

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So...can I assume that for those of us who have the minor, albeit recurring issue of the loosening choke syndrome with our M4, this is an alternative solution to buying one of those $25 dollar super choke tools?

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Thanks M2. Just did mine but drilled it out to 1/4" cuz I will use a segment of a military .30 cal. steel cleaning rod for the handle instead of an old screwing driver.:D

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I always have a screw driver in the range bag, don’t always have a cleaning rod segment.

But either would work better than the factory bit

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I got one of my chokes stuck pretty good on my M4. I ruined a Briley choke tube wrench and buggered up the choke tube. I used the stock Benelli choke wrench and tapped the "arms" with a hammer to break it loose. It worked but I bent the arms on my Benelli wrench. This mod seems like a good idea. And it will help it fit in the choke tube box better.

 

Mike

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