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Old 06-08-2011, 12:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone make freak tips/loudeners?

anyone make these? Stubby tips that are also loudeners? If not, WHY NOT? and HOW MUCH? I would love one, and if you can make me one, PM me a cost, or post here.

Cash in hand on this one folks. Looking to spend it.

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Old 06-08-2011, 11:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I looked into it a while ago... the tip threads are very fine and a pain to cut thats why I didnt really procede with it.
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They're not just fine threads.... They're double-lead fine threads. Pretty tough to pull off on a manual lathe.

I was considering doing a run of freak backs that would take AC threaded fronts... So any barrel you want to mount on the front of it.
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I've done a few. Yes, doing manually is a pain. I know Ty did a couple as well but not sure if he could be talked into it either.
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I always wanted to make something like this. I'm finally caught up in the shop. I guess I'll give it a go as long as i have so stock big enough laying around.
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As soon as the job from hell is done, (about 14 days from today) I will have shop time. I can cut those threads on my old South Bend... No problems (Here's poking at you Alpha434 )

Tips run around $60 depending on the length and options, such as porting, knurling, etc.

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They're not just fine threads.... They're double-lead fine threads. Pretty tough to pull off on a manual lathe.

I was considering doing a run of freak backs that would take AC threaded fronts... So any barrel you want to mount on the front of it.
That's a pretty cool idea, and I would be interested in one.
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