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Old 02-06-2019, 07:21 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I do not think that is a BOA barrel. The porting doesn't match any of the BOA models ie Express, Snakebite, Concealor, etc.
I owned a batch of BOA barrels with "experimental" porting once upon a time... one of them looked similar.
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I do not think that is a BOA barrel. The porting doesn't match any of the BOA models ie Express, Snakebite, Concealor, etc.
Is my barrel a BOA? I assumed it was a snakebite witht that type of porting

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Old 02-06-2019, 10:31 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Yes, yours appears to be a BOA. The porting spirals around the tip in a much tighter curve than on the one I have, hence being sceptical about it being a BOA. I'd lean more toward this one being a J&J.

I'm looking into finding a cheap Raptor to try it on.
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Is my barrel a BOA? I assumed it was a snakebite witht that type of porting
Yep. You got it. You have a BOA Snakebite.
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I'm thinking F1/Raptor threads myself. On the F1 the upper and lower tubes are surprisingly close together and a barrel would have to be that skinny to not hit the lower tube plug.

You were right. Fits a raptor body with no issues. I'm quessing since the barrel body is the same OD as the shank, that it may work on a Sterling as well, but I'll have to check that when I'm around a Sterling.
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