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 Post subject: Re: Yildiz ProStar series?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2020 6:05 pm 
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Auldthymer wrote:
Mobilchoke, as far as I know, has become a generic slang term for interchangeable, screw-in chokes no matter what gun they fit. It just means removable. Kind of like Kleenex just means tissues, no longer necessarily Kimberly Clark brand tissues. If it doesn’t say Beretta, it doesn’t necessarily mean Beretta. It is highly unlikely the Yildiz chokes are interchangeable with Beretta chokes.


Maybe one day you'll stop shooting from the hip and posting bad information without verifying it, but I doubt it.

Mobilchoke is a specific choke design developed and marketed by Beretta. While other makers have threaded guns for Mobilchoke and have made chokes to the same pattern, much in the fashion of Browning Invector chokes, the term is not generic for any and all screw-in chokes. Mobilchoke means just that, Mobilchoke pattern chokes only.




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 Post subject: Re: Yildiz ProStar series?
PostPosted: Mon Nov 09, 2020 6:09 pm 
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lossking wrote:
Auldthymer wrote:
Mobilchoke, as far as I know, has become a generic slang term for interchangeable, screw-in chokes no matter what gun they fit. It just means removable. Kind of like Kleenex just means tissues, no longer necessarily Kimberly Clark brand tissues. If it doesn’t say Beretta, it doesn’t necessarily mean Beretta. It is highly unlikely the Yildiz chokes are interchangeable with Beretta chokes.


Maybe one day you'll stop shooting from the hip and posting bad information without verifying it, but I doubt it.

Mobilchoke is a specific choke design developed and marketed by Beretta. While other makers have threaded guns for Mobilchoke and have made chokes to the same pattern, much in the fashion of Browning Invector chokes, the term is not generic for any and all screw-in chokes. Mobilchoke means just that, Mobilchoke pattern chokes only.


But.....he can keep a ‘perfectly erect head position’ while shooting from the hip, but that eye ‘locked’ on the rib thing will be tougher:-)


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 Post subject: Re: Yildiz ProStar series?
PostPosted: Tue Nov 10, 2020 8:23 am 
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Based on examination (images only), Yildiz Pro chokes do not appear to be Beretta Mobilchoke. Beretta Mobilchoke are threaded at the distal end; Yildiz Pro system are threaded at the proximal end.


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