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What's the best way to go for sub-gauge tubes? The "shorty" tube sets from Briley or Seminole, or the long "fitted" tubes from Briley. How much trouble are these tube sets to change, clean, etc? Will the inertia triggers work with the sub gauges, or will I have to convert them to mechanical triggers?
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It depends on what you want to use them for. For serious skeet competition, fitted full-length tubes are the way to go. For casual playing, the shorties work very well in 20 and pretty well in 28 gauge, but the 410s lose a lot of performance. Of course the full-length tubes make your gun a lot more muzzle-heavy.

Generally the triggers will set OK with 20 or 28 gauge, but not 410. I don't think they have to actually make them mechanical, just make the inertia trigger more sensitive. If you elect to go full-length fitted, just send in the whole gun and they'll do it for you (for a charge of course).

Changing and cleaning isn't really much problem. It is a couple of minute job. They furnish a handy-dandy knocker-outer that works very well.
 
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