I ordered one last night, I need one for my build coming up, only going to shoot a 100-200 rounds a year so I figure it will be good enough for that. Also thanks to Russ toolman203 for letting me know. Thanks, Jerod
I'd be interested to see what they look like. When someone on this board gets one please post some pictures. I'd also like to know about the bore and throat condition. Are any stellite lined? (Barrel p/n ends in . . . 131.)
When i cut a bbl down like the little fat guy at kcr how do I need to address the loss of moving mass? Hydraulic buffer, I would like to maintain the slow rate of fire and not beat the rear of the rec to death. Im guessing cutting 20" of bbl has got to reduce the recoiling assembly by 7 lbs or so.
Mine arrived today: d-28253 A13. Unlined, packed full of grease/grit. Will punch it out today. Other markings are "GL", "A-1551574", "B-1653952 (line-out)","478366-1 (line-out)", "P", "286", and the ole flaming bomb. The finish is minor blotchy patina but smooth. Any idea who made this? guide Lamp? When?
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