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Non match-grade barrel blanks?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by newdude, Mar 6, 2009.

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  1. newdude

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    I am wanting to build a budget rifle (well, a few of them, one in a pistol caliber), so i really don't want to pay for a match grade barrel, then chambering, ect. The rifles don't really need it. Does anyone know where i can get a non "match grade" barrel blank, something like what the major manufactures use in OEM rifles? A few different calibers.

    Thanks,
    Neal
     
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    yeah, midway, and sometimes eabco
     
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    So, next question, i tried to find the website for this maker, and they don't ginve any info on the barrel? I would like to know what the main demensions are, like the diameter at the breech, muzzle, and other dimensions.....

    Thanks for showing me these though!
     
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    No one?
     
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    Try this site:

    www.ershawbarrels.com/

    I have read of many people getting excellent results with these barrels.
     
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    NCsmitty,
    Thanks, those dimensions are pretty much exsactly what i was wanting!!!

    Coltdriver,
    Thanks for the link, but those prices are what i was trying to avoid, and the A&B will work perfectly! But thanks anyhow!:)
     
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