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Old 03-02-2011, 09:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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simple job needed. Cut stock Tiberius barrels for FS rounds

just what the title said. i'm looking at what the cost would be to cut 3-5 stock Tiberius barrels to use first strike rounds. I can include a FS barrel for comparison and measurements.

I'd also be interested in price to modify a like number or Tiberius bolts for FS usage.

And before you all tell me to buy the kits, I've never seen a T8 FS upgrade kit with a threaded tip, and would PREFER not to have the T9 barrels as they show the alternate locking slot when on a T8.
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Got a pic of the FS barrel?

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Old 03-02-2011, 09:56 PM   #3 (permalink)
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the barrels are easy to machine the fs hole, HOWEVER
the bolts have that soft tip so you'd run into problems there.
machining the chamfer on the bolt is easy.
you'd want to get an extended t8 barrel bc just from looking at mine there isn't much to thread that stick out past the upper half.

it'll cost you as much to get your modificed as to just call up tiberius and order the parts new
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