USA--(Ammoland.com)- In an ideal world, you’d never need to use a tactical or home defense shotgun. However, in a less-than-ideal world, if you do need to use one, it has to work exactly as it’s supposed to.
Failure is not an option.
Under those conditions, you want your shotgun equipped with a tactical choke tube from Trulock Choke Tubes.
The Trulock Tactical Choke was designed to produce optimum performance with breaching rounds, buckshot and slugs.
This new and innovative design eliminates the need to change muzzle devices when alternating ammunition from breaching rounds to either buckshot or rifled slugs, potentially saving valuable time in any situation requiring rapid firing of different load types.
The Trulock Tactical Choke has a crenulated muzzle so that it can be used as a standoff tool with a positive grip. That allows breaching loads to be fired safely and effectively by holding the standoff directly on a door hinge or lock. The design reduces the chance of slipping off the target and vents gas from the blast at the same time. It makes the breaching process faster and safer.
Internally, the Trulock Tactical Choke is more than just a breaching tool. The new design is constructed to produce improved downrange performance and accuracy for buckshot or rifled slug applications.
Trulock also does extensive testing of new products. Their goal is to provide the best possible choke tube for each application with a wide selection of products, featuring over 2,000 different choke tubes.
The Trulock family wants customers to get the right choke for their needs, and has the customer service to back it up.
When you need performance in a tactical application, the Trulock Tactical Choke is the choke tube for you.
About Trulock Chokes:
The staff at Trulock Chokes prides itself on providing excellent service and an excellent line of products. In the event you are not completely satisfied with your purchase you can return it for a refund or exchange within 60 days from the date of purchase – with other firms, the moment you open it, you own it.
For more information, please visit www.TrulockChokes.com.