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Thread: The Gorkonov project

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradrock View Post
    I'm thinking the savings with free shipping might offset the cost of a barrel without holes in it. ( side ways holes)
    This barrel is so thick that not repairing it would be a crime! It really is one heavy duty son of a bitch.

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    Yeah I've been following that thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradrock View Post
    How much shipping for the kit and mount??
    The invoice lists the kit at 50 pounds at a shipping cost of $24. The mount hasnt arrived yet, but they have it listed at 76 pounds, and im guessing the shipping is around $35 ish....I even asked about free shipping deals and wasnt told this was coming up...maybe they didnt know?



    also, not only is the barrel incredibly thick, its is pristine condition. No wear or tear...the grooves and lands are sharp and its very shiny in there. . actually the whole kit is...I dont think it was ever used at all...

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    Thanks for the info
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    Quote Originally Posted by pirate56 View Post
    the process is actually a black oxide, the parts need to be washed in a very corrosive soap, and the salt bath is also very nasty stuff. we refer to it as a "salt" bath so it sounds green!! the bath runs at 285 degrees and is hell on your skin, hot or cold. it is not really for the home gunsmith unless you are doing a lot of guns. the chemicals are expensive, it uses a lot of propane and is a real mess. however it produces a professional nice looking finish.
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    Damn, wish I hadn't seen this thread. As an old artilleryman I've always wanted my own towed field piece. This may be my chance at a reasonable price. Pirate, are you going to do a tutorial on building these on your web site?
    Last edited by resting; 09-06-2009 at 11:26 PM.

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    PIrate is my buddy and wont think im hijacking his thread...

    im getting closer:

    heres the update....

    receiver is welded with denials...

    spades adjusted and fit well

    entire set up put together will cycle by hand with ease and thats with the feed pawl and all in there....

    heres a couple of pix and then im gonna sand blast and finish cleaning it up this week.



    other side


    with barrel


    yes i already took it back apart before i realized there were no pix so i stuck this part back together and shot these at a dead run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradrock View Post
    Yeah I've been following that thread.
    What thread are you talking about? is there another SG43 thread?

    Thx


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    I hope this is ok to post. They have a Gunco link over there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradrock View Post
    I hope this is ok to post. They have a Gunco link over there.
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    Thanks bud.. been a while I was there ..


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