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Tom West's Custom PC77 PumpMaster Classic Short Rifle



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September 27 2011 at 9:21 PM
Phil  (Login Duane30)
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Response to so basically , the 1760 barrel is way easieer??????

I'd prefer the 1760 barrel due to it being rigid like the 760. Wouldn't use the soda straw barrels, ever, if you don't have to.

If you have a large enough drill, Rob, you can turn down the end using files. To keep the barrel from flopping around due to gyroscopic torque, use a bearing close to the working end (7/16" I.D. by 1" O.D.) and lock the bearing down in some wood blocks. Hold dril with one hand and files with the other. Pauper lathe!

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