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Old 10-27-2010, 03:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Sterling barrel cutting & freak boring a lapco

Finally got a non brass lined barrel for my Sterling, .689 Lapco, Raptor threaded.

Is there anyone out there that can cut the ~.25" off the shoulder & the big hump at the back in front of the threads & freak bore it?

I can measure the barrel with my mic or shatty calipers if need be for the freak insert.
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If you are just going to freak bore it why not use any stock sterling barrel?

Any machinist will have a lathe and can turn off the shoulder and bump no problem.
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i have this barrel i know i can shave the hump off......and im setting up the cnc to do freak boring this week ....... shoot me a pm
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my local machine shop can do the shoulder & bump no problem but I once said something about boring one for a freak & told him roughly how long the insert was & he wasnt to spunky about the depth of it.

The 2 stock barrels I have are brass lined & I figured they couldnt be done. Plus the issue with ano one day WAY down the road with the brass. Now if the stock barrels can be bored then I will have to think my plans over once again.


Just to show it off a bit, this is what I started off with last year. Straight from the UK.

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Old 10-29-2010, 07:52 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Check with Super_Stanchy on here,if he can bore a Lapco Grey Ghost barrel for inserts then I'd imagine he can do those.

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Old 10-30-2010, 03:13 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Wait... why cut the shoulder back .25 inch and freak it when you could just bore the freak slot .25 inch shorter? The freak insert would stick out the back of the barrel a bit and bridge the gap between the back of the barrel and the breech.

My sterling freak barrel has about 1/2 inch of freak sticking out the back of the barrel and it's great.
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