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Introducing AAC’s newest addition to the Brakeout® muzzle device series, the Brakeout 2.0 SG12 (Rem®Choke) choke tube for 12-gauge shotguns. As with all AAC products, the Brakeout 2.0 SG12 has been designed to offer the utmost performance under the most demanding conditions.

Developed to mitigate the aggressive muzzle signature of defensive-use shotguns, the Brakeout 2.0 SG12 has been proven to reduce both felt recoil and muzzle flash for any shotgun utilizing a Rem® Choke compatible barrel. The Brakeout 2.0 SG12 is machined from a single piece of heat treated 17-4 stainless steel and features a durable black oxide finish. By incorporating Rem® Choke architecture into this new Brakeout, users will be assured of accuracy with rifled slugs and consistent shot patterns with both lead and steel shot.

The breaching points defined by the cuts for the patented Blackout ® style 3-prong flash hider resets the bar for versatility and combined performance for today’s tactical breaching choke tubes.

•  Machined from solid billet 17-4 stainless steel
•  Treated with a black oxide finish
•  Promotes consistent shot placement
•  Rem® Choke thread pitch
•  Compatible with: 870, 1100, 11-87, V3 and any shotgun utilizing a Rem® Choke thread pattern
•  Proven to reduce recoil
•  Three prong design decreases muzzle flash
•  Optimized performance with all types Of shot (lead or steel) and slugs
•  Positive breaching design for enhanced surface engagement

This is item 64405 on the Remington web site and retails for $69.95 however my price is $58 on http://www.tacticalgunslings.com
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Interesting

Do you think Remington will offer a police barrel set up for Remchoke in the near future?
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If the old guys were still there the answer would be "hell no" as choke tubes are for small shot and not for slugs or buck shot on high volume guns.   Since the people running it now weren't even born when I started working on these gun and they are care more about appearance then the Barrel lasting the life of the gun they may suggest that.  With more Agencies going to 14" barrels that would be the Barrel they would start with.
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Since they don't mention what the constriction is, I would like to think it is cylinder bore. If that is the case, maybe it would hold up okay to high volume shooting with buckshot and slugs. What do you think?
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I believe you are absolutely correct that it is Cyl Bore which will help when shooting heavy loads.  Most important is to make sure tube is tight and clean the threads based on how much you are shooting. Gases and carbon can get in there and build up.
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I don't know I have seen improved cyl.. Choke tubes jammed and barrels bulged shooting slugs . I would mike it to be sure as long as its .730 Or larger you should be ok .
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