Targets

SumToy Custom Barrels has been building Card Shooting and Turkey Shoot barrels for years. We take your stock barrel, and rechamber it and choke it to sneak in the local shoots with an advantage.

When we rechamber your barrel, we bring it back to a matched chamber that will improve the patterns and consistency of the gun. We fit the chamber to the shell to remove the slop so that the shell can't move around in the chamber. It will shave the was as it goes into the bore of the barrel to seal it up.

 shell

A step up from that is a complete turned down barrel that looks like a stock barrel. It is a 1" barrel that we turn down to 7/8" so that you can get the performance of a built barrel, but it looks like a stock barrel. We offer these barrels out to 36" long with drop-in chokes or screw in chokes. They can be put on any shotgun on the market.

Drop-in chokes slide down in the barrel and have a nut that holds them in place (12 gauge or 20 guage). Screw in chokes are your typical chokes (Browing Plus, Remington, Winchester, and Tru-Choke in 12 guage and Tru-Choke in 20 guage).

We also build 1 x 36 drop-in choke barrels to fit 20 guage and 16 guage. They use the same technology as the 12 guage choke barrels.

Drop-in

We can make up to a 2" barrel 36" long for the outlaw shoots. They can be fitted to bolt action shotguns (Savage and Marlins). Outlaw Bolt guns have 1-1/4" x 36" barrels with custom bores and chambers. Drop-in chokes are set up for the shell and shoot. They're fitted and bedded in a custom bench rest stock with the bi-pods and rear adjuster. Most of these come in at 20 to 30 lbs depending on whether or not you have the lead in or out.

Aluminum gun

We can fit your pump gun or bolt gun with bi-pods and rear adjusters. We build the aluminum plates and bi-pods in 1/2" or 1" thicknesses. We recommend staying with 1-1/4" or smaller pump guns.

 Bi-pod

We have custom target chokes with wad controlling technology. If you've ever shot your gun at a big target and it looked liked a donut (a hole in the center of the target), it comes from the wad bumping or blowing the center out of the pattern. We have a system that is designed around a shell to give you the best patterns possible. We pull the wad from the shot column so that it doesn't get disturbed. Using an ant bed as an example, if you bump one, the others are everywhere.