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Old 08-20-2012, 04:07 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ok, on the original sterling orings. Proline sterling, the bolt orings are NOT 015, they are 111/70. Ordered the 111/70 from oring monkey and they fit like a glove. The valve orings are indeed 014 size. Hope this helps others
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Not anymore. I remember reading who owned what when but since that one site is now gone (had a TON of sterling info), I cant go back & look. I asked Dean once & even his silly british mind couldnt remember that far back. All he could remember is that year range i posted & his first or second gun.
Could it by any chance be this page? the Sterling Info Page
It hasn't been updated in years and years, but all info is still good with the exception of links to online stores.
Maybe someone should web-zip this page to safeguard it for the future. Old web pages die fast these days.
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Could it by any chance be this page? the Sterling Info Page
It hasn't been updated in years and years, but all info is still good with the exception of links to online stores.
Maybe someone should web-zip this page to safeguard it for the future. Old web pages die fast these days.
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Could it by any chance be this page? the Sterling Info Page
It hasn't been updated in years and years, but all info is still good with the exception of links to online stores.
Maybe someone should web-zip this page to safeguard it for the future. Old web pages die fast these days.
Just PDF'ed the site. Thanks! As a new Sterling owner, this is fantastic! Now I'm just scrambling for a new grip frame, spyder springs, and a barrel solution. I got one of the old school UK made ones... probably circa 1997-1999

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Old 09-18-2012, 08:42 PM   #15 (permalink)
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for sterling threaded barrels hunt down a brass eagle raptor barrel and have it freak bored. You might need to make shift a barrel sleeve or have one made in order to have the pump handle properly fit the barrel.

you just need 1/4" milled off the shoulder so the barrel will thread all the way in.
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for sterling threaded barrels hunt down a brass eagle raptor barrel and have it freak bored. You might need to make shift a barrel sleeve or have one made in order to have the pump handle properly fit the barrel.

you just need 1/4" milled off the shoulder so the barrel will thread all the way in.
Very true. I had a Lapco I was planning on doing that with but decided to use the stock ported barrel & get it bored.
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Old 09-19-2012, 04:58 PM   #17 (permalink)
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for sterling threaded barrels hunt down a brass eagle raptor barrel and have it freak bored. You might need to make shift a barrel sleeve or have one made in order to have the pump handle properly fit the barrel.

you just need 1/4" milled off the shoulder so the barrel will thread all the way in.


Just had that done by tjd10684.
Turned out very nice
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Just had that done by tjd10684.
Turned out very nice
Where can one get such work done?
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Old 09-20-2012, 09:17 AM   #19 (permalink)
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We still keep a number of original Sterling-threaded STP barrels here. Let me know if you need any for your projects!
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