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 Post subject: Minimum barrel diameter for 5/8-24 TITAN
PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 10:09 am 
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I'm thinking about getting a .30-06 hunting gun threaded to use with my Titan, I want a lighter profile than a long range or barking gun. I'm looking at a tikka t3 and thinking about having it cut down to 20". Thanks guys, I can't wait to get my paperwork back.

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 Post subject: Re: Minimum barrel diameter for 5/8-24 TITAN
PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2010 11:34 am 
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I'm thinking about getting a .30-06 hunting gun threaded to use with my Titan, I want a lighter profile than a long range or barking gun. I'm looking at a tikka t3 and thinking about having it cut down to 20". Thanks guys, I can't wait to get my paperwork back.


How big is the Tikka? I would think we would like to see a barrel profile that is .750" at a shoulder.

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I'm waiting on the measurement but if you guys want .750 it probably isn't gonna happen. I'll find out for sure though. Thanks.

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dustingaunder wrote:
I'm waiting on the measurement but if you guys want .750 it probably isn't gonna happen. I'll find out for sure though. Thanks.



Well, what about .700"?

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I'm going to go look at it and measure tomorrow.

Oh, I called today and I got approved last Friday!!!!

Of course you know I'm stoked now. :) We'll see how tax time and bonuses go and I may be calling Surgeon about building my Remedy instead of this -06. :twisted:

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Are we talking about the required shoulder diameter for indexing or is there another reason for needing a specific barrel profile?


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The required diameter for the shoulder.

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dustingaunder wrote:
The required diameter for the shoulder.


Got it.

If the diameter on the barrel isn't large enough couldn't you use an adapter the indexed off a correct shoulder?


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At 16" the barrel is 0.677" and tapers to 0.630" at the muzzle (22.5").

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At 16" the barrel is 0.677" and tapers to 0.630" at the muzzle (22.5").


No go... there is just not enough shoulder... What is it at 20"?

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Didn't measure, it is a straight taper so I figured one could calculate it. ;) :twisted:
I calculated about 0.648" or so, and the factory barrel length is 22.4375" at .630 at the muzzle.

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Hey Mike, I found an Encore rifle in .308 that is threaded 5/8-24 already. It is .730 at the shoulder. Is that acceptable? If I pick it up, I'll be getting a heavy barrel in 30-06 and selling the standard .308 barrel, but would probably shoot it a few times if is acceptable diameter.

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dustingaunder wrote:
Hey Mike, I found an Encore rifle in .308 that is threaded 5/8-24 already. It is .730 at the shoulder. Is that acceptable? If I pick it up, I'll be getting a heavy barrel in 30-06 and selling the standard .308 barrel, but would probably shoot it a few times if is acceptable diameter.


Sure, that will work just fine... Enjoy!

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w00t!!

Thanks Mike!

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