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Thread: SVT 40 Tokarev Rifle Muzzle Extension Information.

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    Default SVT 40 Tokarev Rifle Muzzle Extension Information.

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    SVT 40 Tokarev Rifle Muzzle Extension Information.

    What are the inside(female) threads for the SVT 40 Tokarev Rifle Muzzle Extension? Ive asked on a few forums but no one seems to know.

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    muzzle end?

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    Not the muzzle end, the barrel end that actually threads into the barrel. But honestly, I would like all the threads on the unit maybe even a blueprint.

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    if you have one, what prevents you from removing muzzle extension and measuring instead off looking for internet knowledge that might not be even correct?

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    Might be trying to adapt it to something else or working with a new barrel. You could try taking it to Lowe's or maybe a specialty fastener shop and try a few screws or gauges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvymax View Post
    Might be trying to adapt it to something else or working with a new barrel. You could try taking it to Lowe's or maybe a specialty fastener shop and try a few screws or gauges.
    Ditto. Get a combination standard/metric thread gauge. About 20 bucks IIRC from McMaster-Carr. I'm sure you can find them cheaper elsewhere as well. They're handy to have around the house/shop anyway. Good luck on your hunt.
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    The threads are recessed in the part quite deep. All I have is a set of cailpers and not thread gauges. Do you know of an accurate way to measure recessed female threads without tools? By all means...share.

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    Ok. Ill try that.

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    I know of mcmaster carr. But are you sure they are $20? I have acess to a ser of thread gauges both metric and standard but both are too wide to fit into the hole to do any measurements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HallowAng View Post
    The threads are recessed in the part quite deep. All I have is a set of cailpers and not thread gauges. Do you know of an accurate way to measure recessed female threads without tools? By all means...share.
    Try a specialty fastener shop. They should have some long bolts you could try.

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