Sleeving a barrel liner.

Sleeving a barrel liner.

Joined: October 19th, 2009, 3:46 pm

February 17th, 2012, 4:51 pm #1

I it posible to Heat the Tubing and freeze the Barrel enough to heat shrink the sleeve over the barrel liner? The OD of the barrel is .010 larger than the ID of the tubing. Barrel liner is .440 OD and the .500 tubing is .430 ID. Grainger #3ACh7
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Joined: April 4th, 2009, 9:16 am

March 14th, 2012, 6:58 pm #2

I don't even think that you could do it with 0.001" let alone 0.010".
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Joined: December 10th, 2007, 3:34 pm

March 19th, 2012, 1:48 am #3

Turn Barrel to .429!

I assume you're referring to a 9MM/.357 Barrel from Numrich's ,which is .440 O.D.?

You could Make a shroud with .750tube which has a .625 I.D. Make a spacer with a 7/6" hole thru
areas & just turn Liner to .435 & put in set screw 8-32 X.3125!Just make tubing 2-3" longer*
than barrel than make a brake w/ 3/8" hole at Muzzle(drilling through a Piece of T6 .750 Rod
3" long). drill through Pependicular(Across) 3 - 1/8" holes) for vents) then go in with a 7/16"
dril only to about 2.75" Measure length of barrel protruding from breech,then add 3" to that*

T6 Alum. Rod should be turned to fit I'D' of tube and made long enough that part supports at least 5/8" inch of barrel(muzzle end) I am in Process of making this for a 1325 Project of mine

You can Omit the center spacer and drill 2 1/8" holes at downward angle on either side of
the air to prevent condensationon barrel hth

Mario

P.S. any questions email me @ above address

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