That will depend on who you are selling it to. I have a Rizzini .410 I had the top barrel fitted with ultra thin chokes. One dealer I know said, you just ruined the gun, it isn't worth anything now. :shock: Others say, that was smart, it is way more valuable now!
Do you have the Arrieta pledged as collateral? Are you keeping it as an investment like buying Berkshire Hathaway stock would be? Or are you just wanting to have your gun made more flexible for your own use, probably never sell it anyway?
knotatwork2dy - While I cannot say for sure how this or that potential buyer might react, I had Briley install their thin-wall chokes in my first side by side and it was a great decision. They did a beautiful job, and the gun became a versatile favorite. At the time I thought it would be my "try gun" to experiment with. Not for sale, now or ever. Hope this helps.
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