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Hello from Derbyshire in the midlands of the U.K.
I have just returned to clay/skeet shooting after many years away from the sport. I have recently acquired a Fabarm Lion H368 semi-auto. My question or query is.
I cannot find a skeet choke for this gun. I'm currently using a 1/2 modified. Could anyone tell me if a skeet choke exists for the Fabarm 368? I have looked and cannot find anywhere that stocks them.
I know the gun is on the older side, but it was in great shape as it was previously owned and cared for by a local gamekeeper. Is there any aftermarket choke available? Or alternative?

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Briley Mfg. (Houston, TX) lists two choke patterns for Fabarm (12-gauge only). One of them is probably what you need. Suggest you send them an e-mail with model information for your gun, and see what they say. Good luck
 

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Roger Gascoigne said:
Welcome to SGW a

Are you saying you want a Skeet choke to shoot Skeet or for Sporting Clays?

1/2 would be adequate for SC and showing off at skeet :)
Thanks for all the welcome guys. Very much appreciated. I'm looking for the choke for skeet Roger, I use the 1/2 modified for sporting. And believe me I wouldn't be showing off at skeet as my scores already testify.
 

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mwr01 said:
Briley Mfg. (Houston, TX) lists two choke patterns for Fabarm (12-gauge only). One of them is probably what you need. Suggest you send them an e-mail with model information for your gun, and see what they say. Good luck
Excellent. I take it Briley Mfg have an e-mail address. As I live over the pond, is there anyway I could ask you to send me that address please? Thank you. Regards Eric.
 

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Greenbunch257 said:
As I live over the pond, is there anyway I could ask you to send me that address please? Thank you. Regards Eric.
Eric, US choke suppliers seem unwilling to export to private citizens, but if you really want Brileys they are marketed in the UK by Chris Potter Country Sports here: http://www.gun.co.uk/

Alternatively you could contact Ivan Reid or Josh Brown at Teague Precision Chokes here: https://www.teaguechokes.com/ Fabarm chokes are listed as available from stock with a choice of 10 different constrictions.
 

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Greenbunch257 said:
As I live over the pond, is there anyway I could ask you to send me that address please? Thank you. Regards Eric.
Eric, US choke suppliers seem unwilling to export to private citizens, but if you really want Brileys they are marketed in the UK by Chris Potter Country Sports here: http://www.gun.co.uk/

Alternatively you could contact Ivan Reid or Josh Brown at Teague Precision Chokes here: https://www.teaguechokes.com/ Fabarm chokes are listed as available from stock with a choice of 10 different constrictions.
Thank you very much for your help. Will certainly contact them. Kind regards Eric
 

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