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PostPosted: 30 Oct 2011, 12:59 
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We spotted a case alongside the road here a while back and stopped and picked it up. It ended up being some Benelli choke tubes in a protective case. There is a full choke (not rated for steel), a modified and improved cylinder (rated for use of steel). They have been used, but aren't rusty, no dings, and the threads are in good shape. Just send us $3.00 to cover shipping and they are yours free. If you'd like to see pics to help you decide, feel free to ask.

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