TK2000 choke

TK2000 choke

Postby mndale » February 7th, 2013, 4:51 pm

I need some clarification, just purchased a NIB, old stock TK2000 NWTF shotgun, this is a s # 1800 and has the old VHS tape instructions.

I measure the choke on mine at .722 dia.
Looking at the chokes from Knight they list on the parts page the xfull at .772 and the mod at .762.
So - mine looks like it is xx full
or does Knight have a miss print on the parts page for the the xfull and it should read .727?
Any information appreciated.

I plan to pattern the gun this weekend and then see what other choke I would need. Planning to use this spring for MN and WY. turkey's and then try in the fall for early season geese.
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Re: TK2000 choke

Postby bear hunter » February 11th, 2013, 7:10 am

I would call them. You should buy the mod choke if your going to shoot steel through it. I shoot steel and lead buck shot all the time but I use the Mod choke tube. The X full is to tight.
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