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