New Primos® Jelly Head Maximum Turkey Choke Tubes

   

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Caliber/Gauge
Description
Firearm Model
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

12 GA

X-Full Turkey

Mossberg 835/935

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.690"

12 GA

X-Full Turkey

Beretta/Benelli

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.655"

20 GA

X-Full Turkey

Remington

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.570"

12 GA

X-Full Turkey

Invector Plus

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.670"

12 GA

X-Full Turkey

Remington

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.660"

12 GA

X-Full Turkey

Invector

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.660"

20 GA

X-Full Turkey

Beretta Xtrema

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.660"

20 GA

X-Full Turkey

Beretta/Benelli

Product Color:
Black

Size:
.570"
  • Increase the effective range of your turkey gun
  • Up to 20% tighter patterns
  • Reduced recoil
  • Proprietary Black-T coating resists corrosion
Primos Jelly Head Maximum Turkey Choke Tubes are designed to increase the range and pattern density of your favorite turkey gun. Based on the original Jelly Head Choke Tubes, the Jelly Head Maximum utilizes an extended taper and fluted ports to tighten patterns up to 20% and reduce recoil, allowing you to stop gobblers in their tracks at longer ranges. Jelly Head Maximum also incorporates the proprietary Black-T coating to keep it safe from the elements. This unique polymer based coating is the same protective barrier utilized by the military’s Special Forces to prevent rust and corrosion on weapons in the harshest environments. This means you don’t have to worry about your Jelly Head seizing in your barrel.
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12 gage rem. there are 2 jelly head chokes .570 2064218 or .660 2064220
I like federal flight control mag shock shell . what is the deal with 2 size choke s
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.570 is for a 20 gauge and the .660 is for 12 gauge
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There is an error on the web site, sku 2064218 with the .570 should read 20 gauge not 12 ga.
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