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I have had several shotguns over the years but none of them took the interchangeable choke tubes. I just got a real good deal on a Remington 11-87 12 ga. It came with 3 extra tubes and the wrench to install them. What kind of lube are you putting on the tubes when you install them. Thanks for the advise.
 

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Rem oil lightly and wipe off excess
 

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When I had thin bryley(sp) tubes I always used the graphite lub that comes in a tube. I can not remember the name, but you probably can get it from Brownell's. You do not need much. I would put a little on finger and dabbed the threads and then push down the threads. I never had a problem with a STICKER.

I believe it is called Gun Slick
 

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Thanks guy,s probably going to go with the Rem oil for now since I have it on hand. This shotgun will mostly see Skeet and trap shooting on Company time with customers.
 

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When I had thin bryley(sp) tubes I always used the graphite lub that comes in a tube. I can not remember the name, but you probably can get it from Brownell's. You do not need much. I would put a little on finger and dabbed the threads and then push down the threads. I never had a problem with a STICKER.

I believe it is called Gun Slick
That graphite lube is the same as anti-sieze...
 

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I use a commercial lube called Never Seize. It is gray or silver in color, and comes in tubes or bottles. I believe it was designed to lube the threads of spark plugs that are to be screwed into aluminum heads. It works and it is cheap, much cheaper than Rem-Oil........Robin
 
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