The remington choke wont fit the h&r/nef.
rem. is in there own little world.....they dont enterchange with any other gun.
I think most of the other gunmakers are following rem. lead. by making tubes that fit there brand only.
but there are still plenty of aftermarket win./brn./moss. tubes out there.
Hey, whats a block shoot?
The Rod & Gun Clubs in my area of the Country use Block Shoots as a fund raiser. It's been that way around here since before I was born because my Grandfather and all of my Uncles went to Block Shoots.
What the Clubs do is have a 25 yard target area, usually right outside the building, where they mount a 1 inch thick piece of 4x4, usually pine or fir. The wood has an "X" drawn corner to corner. 20 to 25 people pay up to $2 a shot of #8 low brass in each "shoot' . The person who has a BB closest to the center of the "X" wins the prize for that "SHOOT" Prizes can be Meat or 50/50. With a big crowd 50 shoots can take place, small crowds give you about half of that. Some clubs now use 4x4 sheets of white cardboard instead of wood, the places I go to still use wood.
They now have a round or two for kids using a 410. Women can have a shoot if enough of them want to participate. Splashboards are sold and the women usually buy into those for 2 squares for $1. (A splashboard is a big cardboard with 1 inch squares with an 'x' in each square. Women put their names in a square and the splashboard is taken out and shot when it is full, a bb closest to the middle of any 'x' is a winner). Other raffles are usually going on all day inside the building, with all ticket holders getting free refreshments and a fast food meal.
The Rod and Guns clubs around here are Non-Profit orginizations, so they can do things like that. I suggest if you even want to think about running a 'Block Shoot" you check out your State laws first