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CF Barrels, porting and OC pump handles

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    CF Barrels, porting and OC pump handles

    Deadlywinds is a household name. Are there any others worth considering?

    For those of you that own DW's, I'm curious:
    1. What is the length of the porting?
    2. Has anyone tried to see if they will work with this?

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    Not an owner of a DW barrel. But, I did try it with an older AC thread Stiffi Switch CF barrel on a ASP roundhead luck without modifying the Reconslide. The sizer backs are the issue. Maybe with some sanding you could make it work.

    Oh and dang that is a sexy Phantom!
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      You might be able to do it with an older DW barrel if you can find one. They have a smaller collar which is why they fit the old CCI pump handles. Porting stops about 1 inch from where the freak bore starts I belive on the new ones. It stopped farter up on the older ones.


      • Bang*Bang**


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        So on a 10" barrel, how many inches does the porting run?

        Like 1", 4"?

        I'm trying to get a sense of what minimum length it would take to get 8-9" before porting.

        Then if a "non-ported" barrel could be shorter.

        I like short barrels, 8" preferably.

      • 808Jackal
        808Jackal commented
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        I found my old DW barrel. It's 11 1/2 inches. Looks like porting on this one starts5 1/2 inches from the collar. Length of the porting on mine is 3 1/2 inches. Hope that helps.

      • Bang*Bang**


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        Thanks, 808Jackal, that's exactly what I was after!

      Loving those printed parts