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Old March 1st 05, 12:42 PM
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Default Poly-Choke Sharpeng Fixture ?

Any one know where to get a users manual for a poly-choke
drill and tap sharpening fixture ?

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Old March 1st 05, 05:54 PM
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How about http://www.polychoke.com ? The only other possibility I can
think of is http://www.simmonsguns.com as they have been installing them
for 50 years.

Randy

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Any one know where to get a users manual for a poly-choke
drill and tap sharpening fixture ?

Best Regards
Tom.




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Old March 1st 05, 06:15 PM
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Maybe I'm missing something - how will sites on shot guns lead the OP to a
manual for a drill and tap sharpening fixtures?

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How about http://www.polychoke.com ? The only other possibility I can
think of is http://www.simmonsguns.com as they have been installing them
for 50 years.

Randy

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Any one know where to get a users manual for a poly-choke
drill and tap sharpening fixture ?




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Old March 1st 05, 09:56 PM
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As far as I know, a "Poly-Choke" is an device that fits on the end of a
shotgun barrel. The term is a registered trademark.
Is it also used for something else?

Randy


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Maybe I'm missing something - how will sites on shot guns lead the OP to a
manual for a drill and tap sharpening fixtures?

"R. O'Brian" wrote in message
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How about http://www.polychoke.com ? The only other possibility I can
think of is http://www.simmonsguns.com as they have been installing

them
for 50 years.

Randy

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Any one know where to get a users manual for a poly-choke
drill and tap sharpening fixture ?






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Old March 1st 05, 11:01 PM
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Well, I interpreted the OP's post to mean that he was looking for a manual
for a tap and drill sharpening fixture that bore the Poly-Choke name.
Here's a link to the one the OP probably bought on Ebay:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW

Must be a rare beast as Google couldn't turn up mich on it.

Mike

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As far as I know, a "Poly-Choke" is an device that fits on the end of a
shotgun barrel. The term is a registered trademark.
Is it also used for something else?

Randy


"Mike Henry" wrote in message
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Maybe I'm missing something - how will sites on shot guns lead the OP to
a
manual for a drill and tap sharpening fixtures?

"R. O'Brian" wrote in message
news%[email protected]
How about http://www.polychoke.com ? The only other possibility I
can
think of is http://www.simmonsguns.com as they have been installing

them
for 50 years.

Randy

"AZOTIC" wrote in message
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Any one know where to get a users manual for a poly-choke
drill and tap sharpening fixture ?










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Old March 2nd 05, 05:53 PM
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Amazingly, it is the same company; I recognize the Hartford address.
Poly-Choke has been out of business for at least 10 years, maybe 15.
Apparently, they made at least one other product besides shotgun chokes.

Randy

"Mike Henry" wrote in message
...
Well, I interpreted the OP's post to mean that he was looking for a manual
for a tap and drill sharpening fixture that bore the Poly-Choke name.
Here's a link to the one the OP probably bought on Ebay:


http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...sPageName=WDVW

Must be a rare beast as Google couldn't turn up mich on it.

Mike

"R. O'Brian" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
As far as I know, a "Poly-Choke" is an device that fits on the end of a
shotgun barrel. The term is a registered trademark.
Is it also used for something else?

Randy


"Mike Henry" wrote in message
...
Maybe I'm missing something - how will sites on shot guns lead the OP

to
a
manual for a drill and tap sharpening fixtures?

"R. O'Brian" wrote in message
news%[email protected]
How about http://www.polychoke.com ? The only other possibility I
can
think of is http://www.simmonsguns.com as they have been installing

them
for 50 years.

Randy

"AZOTIC" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
Any one know where to get a users manual for a poly-choke
drill and tap sharpening fixture ?









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Default Poly-Choke Sharpeng Fixture ?

replying to R. O'Brian, mbrown1 wrote:
I have original manual

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Default Poly-Choke Sharpeng Fixture ?

replying to mbrown1, Thomas Luetkemeyer wrote:
Looking for a manual for a poly-choke sharpening fixture.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Tommy

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