looking to SBR 2 rifles soon, I can chop and crown them, but looking to find a place to thread and engrave the 2 rifles. Dont want to deal with shipping and needs to be centric so I can run cans on it.
I literally have a CAI imported Romarms SAR-1 that is being threaded by @Velzey and he had to remove the barrel to truly get it done correctly and asked if I want it re-parkerized or custom cerakoted. I went with the latter and just waiting for everything to get back to normal.You trollin me?
I believe ak barrrels frequently need to be refinished due to scratches and such from press fitting. I need to get down to Estacada to get my Draco re barrelled and threaded. (I am planning on 5/8 x 24 I think) The threads on my draco are crazy off and due to barrel length, well, a new barrel will probably just be better.I was wondering why it would need a refinish, and to my understanding places with the right machine or speed can do it no issue. Id rather not mess with barrel removal on an AK
Looking back seems i didn't mention gun type
We I always assumed the barrel needed to be taken off in order to thread the muzzle ? Is this correct, or is it like I just read on a different thread? "Any gunsmith that can't thread a barrel without removing it shouldn't be a gunsmith." I wouldn’t use a tap and die set. The barrel comes off to...www.longrangehunting.com