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Old January 11, 2013, 07:49 PM   #11
xtriggerman
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If you are handy at silver soldering, I would just cut the good shank off the barrel with about .200 worth of shoulder, bore the chamber out to about .060 worth of meat under the threads, then turn the good barrel shank n shoulder to slide right into the old shank. pre tin the new smooth shank n shoulder face, start the new shank on, heat untill you get a nice flow out, let air cool and clean it up. If properly soldered, it will be as good as if solid. Good DBL shotguns are most all silver soldered barrel shanks like this. Id do this befor I sleeve the whole barrel, but thats a nice price on a blank.
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