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Old June 26, 2010, 01:50 PM   #2
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You're a brave man, champ198. Unless you already have the required tools and specific gauges, it's much easier (and probably cheaper in the long run) to get a barreled action than as separates. You'll use the parts you buy, but getting the tools for a one-off installation will drive your costs way up. Before you decide, you need to read-up on what's involved to do a proper job of installing a barrel blank. There are lathe-less methods for fitting barrels and you need to evaluate which way you wanna go. Perhaps, for your first project, custom stocking a barreled action will satisfy your urge to build something you can be proud of and shoot.
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