What choke does a Beretta A300 used?
The Mobilchoke system continues to be the mainstay of the 680 series field grade over and under shotguns and the A300 Outlander semi automatic shotgun….Identifying Which Choke Comes with Our Shotguns:
|CHOKE CODE||CHOKES INCLUDED||CHOKE TUBE SYSTEM|
|OBF (FIELD)||F-IM-M-IC-C||OPTIMA CHOKE AND PLUS|
What is a 3/4 shotgun choke?
For targets at 40+ yards or further, use Full Choke. For targets up to 40 yards, use 3/4 choke (improved modified US) For targets up to 30 yards, use 1/4 choke (improved cylinder US) For targets less than 25 yards, use improved cylinder (skeet US)
Where is the choke located on a Beretta?
To accomplish this Beretta engineers designed a choke system locating the threaded portion of tube a nominal 10 mm (.394 inch) further to the rear of the muzzle end of the tube.
Why are Beretta Optima choke tubes so thick?
As noted above under the Optima-Choke Plus section, the extended use of high performance steel and metal alloy non-toxic shot imparts considerable stresses. In the case of the Optima-Choke Plus part of the solution was to use a choke tube design offering a thicker choke tube wall to better resist these forces.
What kind of choke system does a 680 series Shotgun use?
The Mobil-Choke system continues to be the mainstay of the 680 series field grade Over&Under shotguns. The iconic parallel design of the Beretta choke tubes creates a more gradual taper inside which gently transitions into a parallel section that runs to the muzzle end of the tube.
When did Beretta come out with the Optima barrel?
In the year 2000 Beretta introduced the 12-gauge Optima Bore barrel design into some of our competition shotguns. This new barrel utilized a larger internal bore dimension known to some as “back-boring” and required a new choke tube design to give the proper constrictions.