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Unread postAuthor: Bubba05 » Sun Apr 22, 2007 10:45 am

@ LucyInTheSky "You should trt and just solder it on as the temperatures are much lower."
That type of heat in a small area would kill it to. You can't hit them with any heat like that. They warp deform crack and stress form the heating and cooling.
Why do you think they never repair barrels they just get a new one.
I understand this may confuse you coz when you fire riffles the barrels get hot. but the heat is dispursed over a larger area and cools slowley. In sone instances I have had a barrel fail due to flaws from manifacture when fireing. Consecutive magazines. Hence the Oz Styer and the English LMG-45 the barels have to be changed out after every three mags so they can cool.

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Unread postAuthor: chaos » Sun Apr 22, 2007 10:58 am

Bubba05 wrote:@joe blogs the sort of heat genarated by a tig welder is going to servearly F@%K your .22 barrel. .22's dont even survive house fires dude so you gunna kill it!

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hang on wtf did i miss something who can tig weld?

ok EDIT: he has a mig welder, and i think that a tig would do this job perfect.
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Unread postAuthor: Bubba05 » Sun Apr 22, 2007 11:08 am

Yeah Chaos it would be the best weld ever. However barrel goes bye bye even with a mig!!

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Unread postAuthor: cdheller » Sun Apr 22, 2007 11:20 am

or he could take the easy way out on the valve and have his plumbing supply store order a valve with mounting holes already built into it.


http://www.conbraco.com/products/ball/t ... 0#features


Bubba05 said
"" That type of heat in a small area would kill it to. You can't hit them with any heat like that. They warp deform crack and stress form the heating and cooling.
Why do you think they never repair barrels they just get a new one. ""
?????
they have been soldering barrels together to make double barrel shotguns for a long time .along with soldering sights on.
when they do repair a shot out barrel they solder in a barrel liner.


I'm pretty sure this pneumatic will be a lot less stressful than a firearm.
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Unread postAuthor: Bubba05 » Sun Apr 22, 2007 12:36 pm

if you are fireing a .22 size projectile and the barrel shrinks due to the heat would not the projectile get jammed? Pressuse no matter how great+blockage= BANG?

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