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Anyone that has NOT contacted me yet for one of these barrels do so by Dec. 3rd. I will place the order for the blanks that week. The number of blanks will be determined by the number of people who want them. Thanks again. [email protected]
 

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Anyone that has NOT contacted me yet for one of these barrels do so by Dec. 3rd. I will place the order for the blanks that week. The number of blanks will be determined by the number of people who want them. Thanks again. [email protected]
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I'm not sure if there is a specific kind of barrel that is actually rated for full auto, or if all barrels are just able to handle full auto,

But are these going to be rated for full auto?
 

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I'm not sure if there is a specific kind of barrel that is actually rated for full auto, or if all barrels are just able to handle full auto,

But are these going to be rated for full auto?
I could be wrong, but i think most normal barrels are something like 4140 steel, whereas 4150 has much higher heat resistance so i guess you could say 4150 is better suited to full auto.... That said, as long as your not doing Beta mag dumps, im sure a 4140 grade barrel would handle FA fire just fine, it would wear out quicker tho.


You would have to ask Bronco what type of steel they are made of.

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heres a link to some interesting info:

http://www.ar15.com/lite/topic.html?b=2&f=138&t=148891

I suppose the 4150 has a little more carbon in it, and more tensile strength. Cant really find a whole lot about heat, other than what my Dad told me...

some neat info links:

4150 steel
http://www.matweb.com/search/datasheet.aspx?matid=7632&ckck=1

4140 steel
http://www.matweb.com/search/datasheet.aspx?matid=7528
 

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I'm not sure if there is a specific kind of barrel that is actually rated for full auto, or if all barrels are just able to handle full auto,

But are these going to be rated for full auto?
If you want to know everything there is to know about barrels and their capabilities talk to the guys at Noveske Rifle Works. They are they premier makers of barrels.


http://www.noveskerifleworks.com/
 
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