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3 years 14 weeks ago, 6:26 PM

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The Pro-port Process: Shotgun Porting
Not all shotgun shooters shoot the same... and not all shotgun porting works the same way. With over 30 years of experience in firearm porting using EDM (Electrical Discharge Machining) we're known as experts in shotgun porting services. Providing shooters high quality porting services, reduction in recoil, and muzzle lift, and also a choice in porting style to suit their needs.

There are two stages of perceived recoil when a shotgun is fired: the first is the result of primary ignition, the second the consequence of expanded propellant burn-off at the muzzle. The ports dissipate shock and, because of their design and placement, redirect muzzle energy to dramatically reduce muzzle lift. For the Shooter this translates into a reduction of perceived recoil of 15 to 20 percent and an average of 60 to 80 percent reduction in muzzle lift! Pro-Porting has proven effective on shotguns of all types, single, over/under, side-by-side, rifled, and slug barrels.

Many companies have entered the shotgun porting market over the years. Porting styles using similar methods and styles have flooded the market. Gunsmiths may offer porting done locally in an effort to attract shotgun shooters, in many cases dissatisfied customers of these imitators thought they were having their shotguns Pro-Ported! We urge every prospective Pro-Port customer to verify he is dealing with an authorized Pro-Port dealer. If you have any doubts, please call us or ship the barrels direct. Avoid disappointment and the expense of potentially ruined barrels - be certain you are dealing with Pro-Port Limited.

How Is It Done
Pro-Porting is accomplished with Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM), a surgically precise method of removing metal. The EDM process assures the shotgun owner of smooth incisions of exact dimension. There is no damage to the metal surrounding the ports. There are no machine marks, as would be the case subsequent to a drilling operation. In addition, there are no burrs in the bore to affect transition to choke area.

The Standard Pro-Port procedure consists of "cutting" eleven compound ellipsoidal ports into each side of a barrel These (similar to an oval) ports are placed behind the choke tube or constricted area in a series of two rows with six on the top and five on the bottom.

Our Pigeon Port design is an enhancement to the porting design consisting of five additional ports extending back from the top row of the Pro-Port pattern. This style of porting is recommended for shooters using 2 3/4 dram equivalent or higher loads. It provides up to an additional 5% reduction in recoil and is great for use with pressure first shot, doubles, and in flyer tournaments. The extra pigeon porting is not recommended for gas or recoil operated guns and is not available on barrels under 24 inches.

A Modified Pro-Port Style is used on shotguns equipped with barrel bands and magazine extensions. These combat or competition style shotguns are effectively tamed providing better control under conditions of maximum stress.

The Single Row of Pro-Ports consists of eleven ports in a single row. This style of porting is designed for the shotgunner focusing on muzzle lift reduction. Shooters using lighter loads will find the extended row of Pro-Ports extremely effective in keeping the barrel flat. (Not applicable on some autos.)

Why Pro-Port?
Pro-Port Limited has provided shooters superior service for years...
Our company was the first to introduce shotgun porting using Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) to the firearms industry over 30 years ago. Since that time other firms have entered the shotgun porting market claiming to be the "inventors" or "originators" using porting designs similar to those offered by Pro-Port or Mag-Na-Port for years.

Combo Special
When you send in your over/under barrels for porting services.. have your single barrel ported at 1/2 off!
(Barrels must be received at the same time and cannot be combined with any other discount offer)

Example: Combo Special
Over/Under $150.00 $150.00
Single bbl $95.00 $47.50
$245.00 $197.50

Shotgunners Special
....a must for all Sporting Clays shooters...
A package designed for the shooter wanting benefits provided from our porting and forcing cone services. When both services are performed together shooters have the option of adding Pigeon Porting at no additional charge! (When requested)

Example:
Porting O/U $150.00 $150.00
Pigeon Porting O/U $50.00 No Charge
Forcing Cones $110.00 $110.00

Lengthening of Forcing Cones:
This service will reduce felt recoil and soften shot bunching for improved and consistent patterns. This service consists of increasing the taper length from chamber to bore, for a smoother transition of wad and shot.
Our Forcing Cone service is available for most gun manufacturers. (Additional charge of $15.00 for Benelli Super Black Eagles)

Over/Under barrels $110.00
Single barrels $ 55.00
*Return Shipping and Insurance in addition to the Cost of Service

Why Pro-Port? Ask yourself the following...

Could over 100,000 shotgun shooters be wrong?

Which porting process has been field tested by more shotgun shooters than any other?

If our process did not produce the results as we claim, why then are there so many close imitations?

A WARNING
Since introduction of the PRO-PORT process (U.S. Patent No. 3808943) we have witnessed a proliferation of imitators anxious to cash in on what they perceived to be a "good thing". In many, many cases dissatisfied customers of these imitators thought they were having their shotguns Pro-Ported! We have examined a distressingly large number of shotguns which have been ported by unscrupulous and incompetent hacks, and in every case have had to advise owners the barrels were ruined.

We urge that every prospective PRO-PORT customer verify he is dealing with an authorized PRO-PORT dealer. If you have any doubts, please call the Company, or ship the barrels yourself.

Avoid disappointment and the expense of possibly ruined barrels - be certain you are dealing with PRO-PORT LTD.

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3 years 14 weeks ago, 6:28 PM

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3 years 14 weeks ago, 3:19 PM

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just what i needed for my .44 magnum i bet.

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3 years 13 weeks ago, 7:46 PM

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also

3 years 13 weeks ago, 8:29 PM

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is that FIST holster still working good for you and that .25?

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3 years 13 weeks ago, 10:36 AM

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I have never owned a better holster suited for the .25 and front pocket carry. I carry it almost exclusively now. I would highly reccomend it.

3 years 13 weeks ago, 4:19 PM

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good to know

I carry my .25 everywhere,even when icarry my Glock,i keep it in the front pocket with my money clip,that helps to reduce the "print" but that FIST holster looks like the ticket.I keep a few bucks in the money clip,if i'm ever mugged,i'll flip the money clip away from me,then i'll shoot the bastard 8 times with my .25,MUHAHAHA!

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3 years 13 weeks ago, 2:40 PM

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You carry a .25? Please tell me it's a colt 1908.

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3 years 13 weeks ago, 11:57 AM

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It is a Beretta. With Hornaday DPX. A .25 is a very effective killer, used by the OSS and IRA.
You have to be close. I also have and carry a Glock 19 in a Galco. I don't really care about the imprinting. But the FIST holster is invisible to the outsider. It has a slick thumbpiece for smooth pulling. I am in cargo pants and a T-shirt here in Arizona 90% of the time.

3 years 12 weeks ago, 9:02 AM

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CC in hot climes

Yeah, that's my problem here in Tejas as well. In the summer time it's hard to wear comfortable clothes AND conceal. That's why I've been thinking about getting a kel-tec or kahr or maybe one of those new Ruger micros. (LCP?) The only pistols I have right now are my 1911 and a Judge. They aren't easy to conceal in summer clothes.

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3 years 13 weeks ago, 12:56 PM

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25 head popper...

Step Brother got dads baby browning... also....

who knows, maybe he will do the world a favor one depressed drugged out night...

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!
3 years 12 weeks ago, 9:05 AM

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I don't know your step-brother and it's not like me to say stuff like this. But from what I've heard so far about him, I hope so too. And hopefully you can get that baby browning from the police when they're done with it.

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3 years 12 weeks ago, 9:15 AM

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Hell yes Office I want it...

I'm not prone to thinking such of people either in general. He's a special case though...

No sir, he fell into that bullet... Never argue with a stupid person. They'll just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!!

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