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Thread: BUFFER TUBE THREADED RING OR BLOCK

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    like I said I have one, let me know

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    Sprat and sprat1 are one and the same.

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    like I said I have one, let me know

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    THANKS i WILL. THIS IS DOWN THE ROAD A WAYS

    THE BUILD HAS TAKEN A LOT OF TURNS. AN THE STOCK WILL LIKELY BE THE LAST PART.

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    Hello 1biggun,
    Those rare and odd threads on the AR-15's etc are from aero engineering. The late Eugene Stoner was an aircraft ordnance specialist in the USMC in WW-II and after the war an aero engineer who worked his way up to design engineer from the machine shop level.

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    Hello 1biggun,
    Those rare and odd threads on the AR-15's etc are from aero engineering. The late Eugene Stoner was an aircraft ordnance specialist in the USMC in WW-II and after the war an aero engineer who worked his way up to design engineer from the machine shop level.

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    INTERESTING INFO. WONDER IF HE JUST HAPPEND TO HAVE THAT TAP IN HIS COLLECTION WHEN HE WAS FIGURING IT ALL ALL OUT.

    ITS ODD HOW SOME STUFF GETS MADE WITH THE WEIRDEST SCREWS, PINS A MATERIAL SIZES.. LOOK AT SOME OF THE BARREL THREADS USED ON BOLT ACTIONS THERE OFTEN SOME UNCOMMON SIZE AN TREAD STYLE. HALD THE TIME YOU WOULD THINK THE DESIGNERS HAD NEVER SEEN A THREAD AN DRILL BIT SIZE CHART HANGNG ON A WALL IN THERE LIVES.

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    1biggun, There is an excellent video on youtube where a guy is cutting internal threads on some pvc.

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    i bought an ACE internal adapter, decided i didnt like the pig nose (scrapped it) drilled a 16 mm hole thru the adapter (i think thats the size i used) turnded down a peice of bar stock aluminum to the ID of a buffer tube, turned the other end down to pressure fit the hole i drilled in the adapter. slid the buffer tube on, drilled , pinned and sanded it down. Turned out really nice , flushes up the stock to the receiver

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    oh yea, i cut the threading off the buffer tube

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    Hey 1biggun, Will this work for you? If so pm me your shipping address. it's 1 3/8" diameter 4130 about 1 1/8" long and threaded for a buffer tube. I already had the lathe set up for 16tpi for threading a 357AR barrel for the barrel extension and it was easy to make.
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    Hey 1biggun, Will this work for you? If so pm me your shipping address. it's 1 3/8" diameter 4130 about 1 1/8" long and threaded for a buffer tube. I already had the lathe set up for 16tpi for threading a 357AR barrel for the barrel extension and it was easy to make.
    YEA THATS WHAT IM LOOKING FOR EXACTLY
    ILL SEND YOU A PM. THANKS

    AN THANKS FOR THE LINK i NEED TO INCREASE MY SKILLS.

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    Glad it'll work for you, I actually have another piece about the same size (the original piece I cut this from was about 2.5" long) I might as well thread for you also. I'll get it in the mail this week.

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