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December 03, 2010 14 Comments

Jimmy Muller began selling his revolutionary choke tubes in December of 2009.  The cutting-edged tubes 'triggered' (excuse the pun:) long overdue conversations among shotgun enthusiasts throughout North America.  Online shotgun forums 'lit up' with banter over the validity of Jimmy's 'claims' of having developed the world's lightest, strongest and most consistently patterning choke tube ever made.  Die-hard sportsmen put the claims to the test.  Methods and standards of weighing, patterning and even cleaning choke tubes were debated and examined by well-seasoned and beginner shooters alike.  The road to greater clarity was riddled with confusion and misunderstanding.

As the conversation's grew, so did the time Jim spent on the phone personally addressing questions from prospective customers as well as a handful of antagonists.  Many questions were answered and new ones were asked.  And, along the way, Jim learned that even among the sport's most dedicated professionals and participants, the use of screw-in choke tubes isn't necessarily always well understood.

So, in January 2011, after one very educational year in business, Jim decided to launch this blog to serve as a forum for two things:

  1. To provide and gather information on methods and techniques to improve shooters skills (and scores!).
  2. To promote and grow participation in shotgun sports.

So, if you have something to say, speak up!


14 Responses

Paul
Paul

August 06, 2019

Have a model 12 bbl that i had considered having chokes installed in. Is that work you do so that your chokes fit or do you give directions to a smith of my choice??

Jerry Lorenzen
Jerry Lorenzen

August 06, 2019

Do you thread and or backbore barrels?

Bob Scivicque
Bob Scivicque

August 06, 2019

I am relatively new to the “clays” game and shoot a RIZZINI Vertex 12 ga. Do you have chokes for this gun, and what experience do you have? Thanks.

Douglas Wagner, Jr.
Douglas Wagner, Jr.

August 06, 2019

No comment, but a question, what choke tubes do
you recommend for steel shot?

Thanking You In Advance Doug.
Scott Coby
Scott Coby

August 06, 2019

I have Briley series 1 choke tubes in my Perazzi with a .727 ID barrel. Do you make tubes that would fit the Briley threads? Do you bore and thread barrels that do not have choke tubes? Thanks.

John Hayes
John Hayes

August 06, 2019

I’ve used Muller chokes in my Remington 332 o/u- I was impressed by the knock down on doves and ducks-
I’ve been patiently waiting for tubes for Ruger Red Label o/u- (new model) for many years now- I was under the impression that these would-be forthcoming.
Could someone let me know if there will be tubes for the newer red label shotgun and if so when might expect them?
Thanks John Hayes

Chris ludlow
Chris ludlow

August 06, 2019

Ive been using mueller chokes in my guerini for a long time. Have a set of comp n chokes and the full set of factory choke theystay in their cases! Are/can you make them for my wife 20ga benilli mont?
Your productis awesome

Curt
Curt

August 06, 2019

I shoot a 525 Browning for sporting clays. I am planning to purchase my first Mueller chokes intending to become more consistent in crushing clays. Would the U2 & the U3 give me the best option on 35 to 65 yard targets?

Jimmy Muller
Jimmy Muller

May 30, 2012

Hi Sam, Most AAA Trap shooters love the U3 in their K guns all the way back to 27 yards. I would start with the U3 and if you choose to go tighter, then get the U4.

martin sturgeon
martin sturgeon

April 11, 2013

The best! chokes I have used!!! Crushes targets….
Worth every penny…

Jimmy Muller
Jimmy Muller

January 25, 2011

Thank you very much! Glad you like them.

David Brunelle
David Brunelle

March 10, 2011

Hey Fellow Shotgunners!
I am a retired Vet (Air Force) and have been shooting clay target sports for more than 35 years. I’ve been down the road of choking fixed choke barrels and screw in type systems! Chokes are a must for the serious shooter. The days of having to use numerous constrictions are over.

Jim Muller has conceived a very special choke type as far as technology goes. He has innovated shotgun sports using materials that have been proven effective for the most critical requirements of aviation science. I am a testing technician in the Aviation Industry and understand a little of his process (not all of it). It is a cutting edged technology which produces the lightest, slickest and strongest material. It is the future and Jim delivered it to us now.

The patterns are as he says they are. They produce even pellet distributions. I’m done searching for any thing else to put in my Krieghoff and I only lack one of his U4s. His U1, U2 and U3 are doing the job for me with outstanding results. The prices are reasonable—I’ve seen much more expensive options by other manufacturers that aren’t as high quality. I just want to thank him for his innovative products and recommend that all serious shotgun enthusiasts give his chokes a serious go!!! THANKS JIM!!!!

SAM
SAM

March 22, 2012

i own a ‘K’ GUN I SHOOT A 34" UNSINGLE FC#4 I USE 1OZ OF #8 18 GR OF POWDER WHAT CHOKE WOULD YOU UES THANKS “SAM”

Travis Kevin Barriteau
Travis Kevin Barriteau

January 23, 2011

I am a shooter for Lindenwood University (7 time ACUI National Champions)and started using Muller Chokes in the summer of 2010. They are the best chokes I have ever used. Years before, prior to using Muller Chokes I used the chokes that came with my gun. Once switching to Muller I noticed a huge difference in the breaks of targets. In addition to this improvement, in the first time in my six years of shooting I didn’t have to scrape plastic debris out of the inside of the choke. My experience with Muller chokes has been phenomenal and to me is the new revolution in choke technology.

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