New Trulock Choke Tube for Stevens 555 Shotgun

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posted on April 3, 2017
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Trulock has developed a new line of 12-gauge chokes in cylinder through turkey constrictions for the Stevens 555 over-under shotgun.

The 12-gauge tubes are offered in three styles—a  flush-style choke tube, an extended-tube style with a black oxide finish (like other chokes in Trulock's Precision Hunter lines), and an extended "bright" choke designed for sporting clays. All extended tubes for the Stevens 555 are also available in ported versions.

George Trulock has been making choke tubes since 1981 for specific guns and specific applications, and are designed, built and field tested at the company’s Georgia facilities. Known by hunters and shooting sport enthusiasts for their function, quality and durability, all Trulock Choke Tubes—of which there are more than 2,000—are guaranteed with a 60-day money-back or exchange policy.  

To learn more about Trulock and its range of choke tubes, visit trulockchokes.com.

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