Trulock Chokes Website

 

August 11, 2011

To All of Our Valued Customers and Friends,

On August 6th we finally launched our new website. While we believe it is a vast improvement over our old one, quite a bit of work still has to be done. Things such as updating the photos and personalizing each part number with specific information. Our “Shop By Activity” section also has to be finished.

 Our “Choke Finder Tool” has been updated with new information as well as many specific models of guns added. I realize this can be confusing and we are constantly looking for ways to make it easier to navigate.

  If you are not sure what choke tube fits your shotgun or you have any other question we would be happy to help you. Please do not hesitate to give us a call at 1-800-293-9402.

Our office hours are from 8 to 5 Eastern time.

 We welcome any feedback as to your likes and dislikes about the new site as our ultimate goal is to have a website that is both easy to use and informative.

 Sincerely

George Trulock

www.trulockchokes.com

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8 Responses to Trulock Chokes Website

  1. James Crosby says:

    I have a fabarm 20ga silver lion need skeet chokes which ones do I need would like extended how much do they cost

    • admin says:

      Sir,
      Please accept my apologies for the late reply. I had overlooked your mail.
      We do not have these in 20 ga.
      George Trulock

  2. Jace Krieger says:

    I have a Charles Daly 12 gauge O/U I would like to know if I can get extended skeet chokes for this gun? If so what are my choice?
    Thanks, Jace

  3. Jace Krieger says:

    Please check your inbox, I sent the pics yesterday.
    Jace

  4. Shane Elmore says:

    I have a Diarm Silver ii 12 gauge o/u and I am looking to get a different choke for them. I am partically looking for a skeet choke, could you help? I don’t know what to look for.

    Shane

    • admin says:

      Sir,
      Can you send a photo of the choke. I am familiar with the name but not which choke design it would use.
      George Trulock

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