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Recently came into possession of a Browning B-80 2 3/4" shotgun that has the Invector choke system.

It came with an improved cylinder choke and I'd like to get a modified and maybe a full as well. Where's a good source for these?

Also, any info someone has on a B-80 would be great. First Browning I ever owned. From my research this appears to be a Berretta made gun that was licensed by Browning.

I got too good a deal to pass on it even not knowing much about it.
 

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This is as good a deal as you will ever find on them....
If you are unfamiliar with the Browning system, pull your old choke out and compare it to whatever you order..
"Invector" is their original choke used first...
Then they went to "Invector+".
There's a big difference.
 

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They were manufactured 1981-88. Components were made by Beretta and then they were assembled at the FN plant in Portugal. Invector Chokes were standard starting in 1985. Nice guns.
 
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