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Old 07-22-2013, 06:19 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Great news about rethreading!

Can I send the two barrel into you now being 8 days away? If so where do I send them?

As for the c series collars, I am confused because they haven't sold that stuff in years. I am wondering if we are talking about the same thing? I was going to send a tip along with two armson barrels so you can check the fit
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Old 07-22-2013, 07:06 PM   #52 (permalink)
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Great news about rethreading!

Can I send the two barrel into you now being 8 days away? If so where do I send them?

As for the c series collars, I am confused because they haven't sold that stuff in years. I am wondering if we are talking about the same thing? I was going to send a tip along with two armson barrels so you can check the fit
ANS is selling the tips (the actual screw on piece) for like $2ea

i bought a bunch last spring and rethreaded a few phantom barrels for em
i had 2, gearheadz (kieth) ended up with one and i put one on somethin else random... still have a pile of em sitting on the floor next to my desk ahaha
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Old 07-23-2013, 12:56 AM   #53 (permalink)
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sounds doable, i know nothing about the old matrix stuff....
is the stock detent threaded? could it be possible to make a 2 piece detent that holds an ego detent instead?
The stock detents are just rubber nubbins that are press-fit. A lot of matrix users say they are just fine but I have had nothing but trouble with them.

I think the detent holes could be tapped for some kind of threaded plug so your idea could work. Then it would just be a matter of attaching the detent to the plug. Let me take some measurements and get back to you.
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Old 07-26-2013, 04:02 PM   #54 (permalink)
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I have a Tiberius T9 that has been upgraded for first strikes. I have the T9 FSR .686 lapco barrel, but the barrel is stepped, and wont' fit into the compensator on my marker. Is it possible to narrow the body of the barrel to fit, shorten the barrel to 2.5 inches past the compensator, and thread the end to take Lapco/Tiberius tips? If this is something that you could do, what would the pricing be?

Thanking you in advance,

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Old 07-26-2013, 04:09 PM   #55 (permalink)
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I have a Tiberius T9 that has been upgraded for first strikes. I have the T9 FSR .686 lapco barrel, but the barrel is stepped, and wont' fit into the compensator on my marker. Is it possible to narrow the body of the barrel to fit, shorten the barrel to 2.5 inches past the compensator, and thread the end to take Lapco/Tiberius tips? If this is something that you could do, what would the pricing be?

Thanking you in advance,
yes to shortening
probably to threading (depends on thread specs and barrel size)

does the barrel have the existing tip threading on it so i can copy it?
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Yes, the tip is threaded already, so you could copy it. Where it would be shortened and re-threaded is also the thicker part of the barrel, so there should be lots of material there to work with. Would you need me to send the UMS compensator as well, so that you could see how much would need to be narrowed to fit?
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Yes, the tip is threaded already, so you could copy it. Where it would be shortened and re-threaded is also the thicker part of the barrel, so there should be lots of material there to work with. Would you need me to send the UMS compensator as well, so that you could see how much would need to be narrowed to fit?
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Can you make me a back block? For a cocker of mines
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Can you make me a back block? For a cocker of mines
making a backblock is stupid time consuming....

time=money an your gonna spend way more on a backblock than if you searched the bst seciton
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I have bin on the look out for that certain back block bit it's harder then I thought .. But figure I asked .. Thank you sir for your time
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