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    Default any gunsmiths in So Cal that can remove threads from a threaded barrel ?

    need an extra non threaded barrel for my HK45T for shooting in state

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    The Orange County Gunsmith

    Mark should be able to handle it. Very old school guy.

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    Or Bolsa Gunsmithing

    I like that they test fire their work at the shop

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    Out of curiosity why not just buy a regular HK45 barrel to use? If you're not threading on a suppressor why go through the extra expense of buying a more expensive barrel and then paying more to have the more expensive part removed?

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    I'm sure you may be able to trade someone your threaded for their non-threaded barrel too.

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    I would prefer to have the longer barrel. closer to the real thing.

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    Would pinning or permanently attaching the thread protector in some way cover you legal wise? Added benefit of still having the look of HK45T
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    I was going to say permanently attach a thread protector, but then it may be hard to field strip... I prefer a longer barrel as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TNW View Post
    I was going to say permanently attach a thread protector, but then it may be hard to field strip... I prefer a longer barrel as well.
    that would make it imposible to fully strip. barrel would not come out of slide.

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    chuckster thanks can you vouch for both of these ?

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