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Old 04-06-2013, 10:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Convert barrel to use with Line SI Bushmaster

I'm looking for an MCB Machinist who is willing and able to take a barrel threaded for one marker, and convert it to work with a Line SI Bushmaster.
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Is the Line SI Bushmaster threaded or slip fit?

If slip fit..take the two barrels to literally any machine shop and they can turn it down on a lathe. It could be done in about 5 minutes. That is why Glenn Palmer said "wtf" when people complained about the blazer slip fit system. Literally any barrel can be made to fit in like 10 minutes.
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:46 PM   #3 (permalink)
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tjd did a blazer barrel for me.
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Tymcneer made a freak bore Line Si barrel out of a piece of aluminum tubing.
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Tymcneer made a freak bore Line Si barrel out of a piece of aluminum tubing.
Not to be a TOTAL smart a$$, but Ty makes wine from water!! I should have thought of him before. Thanks!!!!
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no problem, I was talking to him about that barrel at pump pandemonium. Then purchased barrel later. Do not own it anymore, sold it with my Line SI.
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Slip in barrels are nice to have. It does relieve alot of issues I know if I had an SL68,blazer or Bushmaster SI, my lathe would be busy turning down all the barrels I have here laying around

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^^ exactly.

You can get Angel Pre G7 barrels for like 10 dollars and half the turning down work is done for you for a blazer. Slip fit rocks.
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