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Thread: Scorpion Pistol Reweld

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    I wish I had the machining talent you guys have, my barrel is now stick in my upper receiver......

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    The little bit of lathe work can be done with emery cloth using the shoeshine method.

    I'll see about a set up to get the barrel out.

    OK -- just above the barrel on the inside of the upper are two dimples for the return springs. Cut two rods that will jam between these and the rear of the lower. This will support the sheet metal upper when the upper and lower are together and lets you put pressure on the barrel.

    From the inside, the barrel's rearmost ring flushes with the inside of the upper.
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    Can you buy a receiver for a rifle build (16") instead of a pistol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinwkahle View Post
    Can you buy a receiver for a rifle build (16") instead of a pistol?
    You can buy a receiver with the stock mounting holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkinfl View Post
    my barrel is now stick in my upper receiver......
    The most easy way to get it out, is a piece of pipe that fits around the barrel inside the upper and extends out beyond it. Then hit it in the muzzleend with a piece of wood holding it upright.

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    I had forgotten all about this sweet re-weld job of yours Winn. I just ended up back here through a link in another thread. Giving it a bump for all those who missed it the first time around.
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    Glad you did x39. This has renewed my interest in a Skorpion.
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    Can you weld a cut receiver with Tig or Mig or do you need a torch?

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    Initial work was with mig. The finish corrections were with tig.

    Biggest pita was the jig work.
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