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Old 12-31-2012, 08:52 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Well posting from my phone so this will be brief and less informative than usual.

runamuk: I'll check when i'm home later this week.

Matt: thanks for the compliments. I do have some extra backblocks sitting arond that I didn't drill footer bolt pins. However they do not fit the stock valve. And are.687 dia.

I don't have the original cocking rod anymore but my barrel was right to the end of the pump handle. Iirc I started with a11” though.
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Old 01-02-2013, 11:12 AM   #12 (permalink)
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What prevents them from fitting the stock valve? Can they be milled/modified to fit the stock valve?

Sure wish I was able to look at my sterlings in person, hard to plan exactly what I want, without having it. You are making it easier though. Thank you.
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Old 01-03-2013, 05:33 AM   #13 (permalink)
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They're raptor threads with 1/4" knocked off the shoulder above the threads.
This I've been told before. My problem is that I have an old barrel that the threads got a little buggered up and I need to purchase a die to clean them up with. the best "Guess" I've got is something like 22mm x 1.75mm. But not being able to get a definite answer I'm wary of messing it up further.
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This I've been told before. My problem is that I have an old barrel that the threads got a little buggered up and I need to purchase a die to clean them up with. the best "Guess" I've got is something like 22mm x 1.75mm. But not being able to get a definite answer I'm wary of messing it up further.
Go to a Tooling/Shop Supply place and pick up a metric thread restorer. I found this one on amazon, its SAE but I'm sure if you search you can find a metric one.

Amazon.com: KD Tools (KD 2249) SAE File Thread Restorer 8 Sizes: Home Improvement

I hope this helps
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Cool but I gotta fix the barrel so I need a die to basicly re-thread the barrel.
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OK, I thought you just needed to clean the threads.

I just checked my Sterling Barrel but I don't have a 1.75 mm Tap so I can't confirm your 1.75 mm Thread Pitch but it does appear to be that when I set my Calipers to 1.75 mm with a 22 mm diameter.
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Turns out I started w/ an 8" barrel so the 11" should clear just fine.

I dug up the extra back blocks The stock bolt has a cut on the bottom to accomodate for the stock valve. So, these will not work with the stock valve



This was really the only CNC part that I made for this other than the radius on the top of the body. and I just measured they are .693" dia.

I doubt I'll use em for anything anytime soon. If anyone wants one figure on like $10 shipped.
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Old 01-09-2013, 05:08 PM   #20 (permalink)
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very nice...sterling is definitely on my want list
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