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ptoguy2002
09-20-2007, 8:42 AM
Who does custom barrels in Cali (socal preferably)?
I've got a sample barrel I need duped in .22LR.
Trid ar15barrels, but got an email back saying they weren't taking any more work for a while.

m24armorer
09-20-2007, 5:52 PM
pm sent

inda_bebe
09-20-2007, 8:46 PM
m24armorer, do you do barrels for 10/22? im interested in a 16" bull/ heavy barrel. nothing fancy, just completely basic. something thickest it can be to fit a hogue stock. thanks

ar15barrels
09-20-2007, 10:43 PM
m24armorer, do you do barrels for 10/22? im interested in a 16" bull/ heavy barrel. nothing fancy, just completely basic. something thickest it can be to fit a hogue stock. thanks

These should be available off-the-shelf.

Maybe the 16" length is the issue.
I have cut down a bunch of 20" bull barrels to 16" for people...

inda_bebe
09-21-2007, 7:26 AM
so, whats the price on a blue or matte?

ocabj
09-21-2007, 8:06 AM
If you have a Hogue stock that fits a bull barrel (.920"), then you don't have to get one specifically turned by a gunsmith. Just get a Volquartsen, Green Mountain, Whistle Pig, Lilja or other barrel by a 3rd party manufacturer who makes drop in barrels for the 10/22.

I recommend the Volquartsen THM tension barrels. They come in 16" and are superb in accuracy. I had one (sold to purchase a 20" SS Volquartsen barrel).

ptoguy2002
09-21-2007, 8:57 AM
pm sent

PM replied to.

Basicaly I'm looking for a dedicated 22LR barrel (to press into trunnion) to work with an HK .22LR conversion kit.

m24armorer
09-21-2007, 6:10 PM
The Hogue stocks are nice and very forgiving. They take a 1.00 supressed barrel with no problems. As for turning a MP5 .22 RF tube it really should not be a problem, just get it in the trunnion right.

Handguard and cocking tube are easy enough to locate along with the sight.
Really keeping this simple....