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Old March 27, 2011, 02:25 PM   #7
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ok. you have peaked my curiousity. What would have been the right way to do that project? I assume the original choke was a constriction at the end of the origional barrel. Is that hammered in during initial construction of the barrel? If so, then it seems that either the barrel should be chucked in a lathe and reamed or bored to whatever id is necessary for the desired thread. Or would it have been better to cut back on the barrel and start with fresh steel?
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