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Anyone try to thread the 6.5 Creedmoor barrel? From my research, most folks cut them down from 24” to 22”. I still need to measure my barrel, but here is what I found online.
”The Tikka has a barrel diameter of 0.625" at the muzzle, and 0.635" 1 inch back.”
So, I have had most of my barrels threaded, along with other work, by an out of state company called Saxonville Armory. I have a, relatively, inexpensive .22 that I would like to thread ½x28 for use with a silencer. As it is just that one gunsmith job and it is a plinker, I'd rather do so...
Looking to have my Rem 700 LR barrel threaded to add a brake.
Can anyone recommend a reputable shop somewhere between Buckley and Bellevue? Thinking about possibly cerakoting all the stainless black as well, so if they can thread the barrel and coat the rifle all in one go that's even better.
Anyone here know a good place to get a couple Savage barrels cut and threaded? rough estimate on cost? one is a savage 10 in .308 and the other is a 116 stainless in 300WM. im wanting 5/8x24 threads.
i checked out tornado technologies. they seem legit. was more after helpin out a member of this...
Both of these barrels needed to have threads, First is an M4 that had been damaged so, shorten and recut the crown and add 1/2-28 threads.
Second barrel is a Noveski that was shortened and recrowned to and new threads cut for 5/8-24.
Can any one recommend a smith would could thread a Romanian SAR-2? The purpose would be for suppressor mounting, so strict bore alignment is critical. It's an existing rifle so the barrel is mounted in the receiver and i don't have the ability to take it off, so there's that hitch too.
I just purchased a rem 700 5-r 300 win mag. I would like to have the barrel threaded for a compensator and supressor. I was told from a gunsmith that the threading is different between the two. I don't understand why this would be... Can you get a compensator in the same threading as a supressor?
So I searched the forum and found another barrel threading thread in the Seattle area but 2 of the 3 smiths that were recommended do not do barrel threading and the thirds contact information seems to be bad. I live in the Bothell area but am fine with anything in the...