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It is with great pleasure that I  announce the acquisition by Westley Richards of Nigel Teague's superb bespoke choke business, TEAGUE Precision Chokes. A deal which we successfully completed in time for Nigel's 70th birthday 2 days ago, and one which provides Nigel with his desire to continue working with the company on an ongoing basis whilst giving security to his exceptional but small workforce as the years march on.

Teague_Precision_Chokes_logoIvan Reid Teague Chokes

I first met Nigel in the early 80's at Lady's Wood shooting school where he was the manager of the shooting grounds as well as a highly regarded shooting instructor. Westley Richards had a selection of new and second hand guns on display always at the shooting grounds and I would go there for instruction each year before the season. When I met Nigel shortly before Christmas last year and was given the oppertunity to purchase the business we both came to a quick conclusion that it would be winning solution for both companies. One condition being that Nigel would get me shooting as well as he had 30 years ago!

Teague Precision Chokes

TEAGUE Precision Chokes was formed by Nigel in 1981 and has been providing discerning shooters with expertly fitted multi chokes ever since. TEAGUE'S invisible multi choke system is used by all the major English gunmakers as well as by leading competitive  shots around the world. TEAGUE also makes a range of off the shelf retro fit multi chokes which will fit most leading brands of shotguns.

Ivan Reid who is well known on the competitive shooting circuit in UK has been hired to take over the marketing and daily management of the company under Nigel's guidance and we look forward to developing the TEAGUE brand throughout the world and introducing the system more widely into USA through our offices in Montana.

The small but very skilled team at TEAGUE Precision Chokes. Clockwise from top left Rory Morgan, Nigel Hankey, Richard Blackburn, Steve Hudson, Ivan Reid and Nigel Teague.

Nigel Teague and Simon ClodeNigel Teague and Simon Clode at the TEAGUE workshops.


  • neil mcveigh on May 19, 2014 at 9:04 am

    Good luck to you both!

  • John Clancy on February 13, 2015 at 7:54 am

    Look forward to the increasing success of a superb product. Why shoot with a lesser quality choke.

  • Carl Guenther on October 9, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    I have a Browning 625 12 Ga. I have 2 Teague skeet chokes and a light mod I

    bought years ago I would like to get an I C choke

    Thank you for an excellent product

    • Simon Clode on October 10, 2015 at 1:39 am

      I will have them contact you to assist. Many thanks.

  • Bill Martin on March 7, 2016 at 6:37 pm

    I would like to know what the time constraint would be and what the cost would be to have Teague chokes installed on a Miroku Mdl 38, Grade I, that currently is backbored and has full and 3/4 chokes in it. The gun would have to ship from the US to the UK and then back to the US. I am assuming a license would be required for the export and re-import.

    Thanks much,

    • Simon Clode on March 8, 2016 at 11:53 am

      I will have someone contact you directly, thank you for the enquiry.

  • Hal Beaver on May 26, 2020 at 3:54 pm

    I have a Perazzi MX8 12Ga 18.4 Dia. and the gun came with Teague Chokes
    six chokes and wrench in your Black Box. Very well done and I shoot them well.
    My question is are they ok for STEEL SHOT, I would only be using size 7 shot
    for Sporting Clays. The chokes are marked with the set.# for the gun and said they are made of STAINLESS STEEL. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.

    • Stephen Humphries on June 17, 2020 at 7:11 am

      Hi Hal,

      Hopefully this article helps -

      If you need any further assistance please contact Ivan at TEAGUE through their website.

      All the best,

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