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Old 04-14-2014, 11:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Tpx barrel kits

are the barrel kits like the ifit or python worth it? is freak boring better with the longer sleeves? or should I not even bother and just stick with the stock barrel. thanks
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are the barrel kits like the ifit or python worth it? is freak boring better with the longer sleeves? or should I not even bother and just stick with the stock barrel. thanks
What are you looking to get out of the change in barrel/kit?
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I have 2 python kits for my TPX and they work just fine. If you freak bore your tpx barrel you either can't use inserts smaller than .687 since the bolt will stick. You can get your bolt face turned down so you can use the smaller inserts. I just wouldn't bother and just use the stock barrels.
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