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Forcing Cones

Postby Fishh2o » Tue Feb 23, 2016 11:05 pm

What are your thoughts on getting forcing cones honed out? I was thinking about sending my beretta A400 off to have it worked on..


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Re: Forcing Cones

Postby Rick618 » Mon Mar 07, 2016 11:50 pm

I have a Benelli that Angleport did: porting, forcing cone, and back bored. I have another that is factory. I shoot the latter more often as the porting is a night mare to deal with the ported ones increased noise. I don't know that I can tell any real difference in the two aside from the ported one being much louder.

This is their page describing the benefits:
http://www.angleport.com/forcingcone.asp?C=666645



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Re: Forcing Cones

Postby Fishh2o » Tue Mar 08, 2016 8:27 am

Yeah you definitely do not want porting done on a gun that is being used in a blind. I have some of my upland guns ported but that quail hunting and you're not 3 foot from someone. Thanks for the link i was thinking about having Rob Roberts remove my forcing cone but I will take look at Angleport also.

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