Ed @ HDPS can do the work, most gunsmiths should be able to do the job.What is the best way to get the barrel on my USC threaded?
??? I have no idea what he it talking about... unless you wanted it threaded for some very large thread diameter where there was just barely enough diameter on the barrel to accommodate.My Gunsmith said there may be some metal tolerance issues.
Easy as pushing the pin out..My gunsmith is very conservative and he is a little concerned about turning my German barrel on this thing. If I send the barrel off, is it easy to disassemble it from the rifle?
I wish it was a little shorterYES! Just like that but longer.....LOL
Shorter!! Yes!!! How about a negative barrel length! LOL:300000000:I wish it was a little shorter
Turn down the end on a lathe, rethread to desired flavor. Probably the easiest barrel to remove and do this with.What is the best way to get the barrel on my USC threaded? My Gunsmith said there may be some metal tolerance issues.:780:
Adco Firearms LLC AR-15, M16, M4 Carbine Gear, Parts, Accessories.Do you have their address or a certain POC?
My Suppressor is close but could be a tad closerShorter!! Yes!!! How about a negative barrel length! LOL:300000000:
This pic keeps pissing me off that I used the bbl length from HK-USA for my form 1
What is the size of your UMP barrel exactly?
you are not held to that exact length.This pic keeps pissing me off that I used the bbl length from HK-USA for my form 1
Like everything with the BATF I have heard the same thing...and I have heard different things. The most popular is that you can go up in length...but not down.you are not held to that exact length.
Take the ar-15 lower example. I register a lower and put the 12" upper on it. Next week I buy a 9" upper. I don't have to change any paperwork to install the 9.