wish me luck
i'm going to freak bore my first barrel tommorow. well more than likely i am going to destroy my first barrel lol.
you will be fine...the force is strong with you. plus i need a close by Canadian to know how to do barrel work as i have some stuff i need re threaded and cut down.
im cheering for ya
This is like a NASCAR driver worried about driving a truck in dirt. You have nothing to worry about...... Oh wait.
well that went pretty well. screw it I'm going to do the rest of them. :)
This is one of those things where I've always been curious what makes this operation so difficult? Being a non-machinist I tend to think that compared to other things I've seen done, enlarging the ID of a barrel seems simple... Not being a wise-guy, I'm legitimately curious as I've seen many airsmiths and machinists shy away from the service.
I don't like to risk other peoples stuff. in fact I hate modifying existing parts. If I make a mess I have to replace it which is likely a whole lot more than I was going to make off the job in the first place.
Its a bit of a pain to set up but running them isn't too bad. I did a bunch :)
4 x 11" phantom barrels
1 x 6" phantom barrel
1 x 14" cocker bull barrel
1 x 12" enemy barrel.
you are now a jedi master beyond reproach.
if your brilliance allows, my liege, pm me a price for a chop and re thread on a lapco barrel. (front threads for the muzzle not the breech threads)
It'd be cool to have someone willing to bore barrels in Canada.
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