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Carlson's Choke Tube Speed Wrenches

   

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  • $21.99

  • SKU: 1339289

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Remove or insert chokes in seconds. Easy to operate and need only your index finger andthumb. Works great in the field, on your bench, or in any situation.
Carlson's Choke Tube Speed Wrenches 2.3 5 3 3
Don't waste your time If you have a choke that is really stuck, don't waste your time buying this. The rubber will just slip and not actually unloosen the choke. Instead, I absolutely recommend buying Carlson's T-Handle Speed Wrench. This other wrench is absolutely suited for getting out any stuck choke tube. December 4, 2014
Great Wrench! This is a great wrench that's easy to use. A must have for the tool kit. December 12, 2013
pc of junk No matter how to try to use this device it fails in every way. Do not waste your money or time. January 4, 2013
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I would say yes, looks to fit ALL choke tubes in 12 and 20 gauge.
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Looking at the design of this wrench, it appears to fit ALL choke tubes in 12 and 20 gauge. It looks to me like it has a rubber insert that expands when compressed (done so by turning the black knob) and holds the tube on the mechanism. Once the choke is fully inserted, simply rotate the knob counter-clockwise and remove from tube.
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