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Old 08-25-2009, 12:07 AM
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Originally Posted by WR Moore View Post
Barrel threads are straight threads, not tapered pipe threads. If the frame and barrel have been properly threaded, there shouldn't be any reduction in bore diameter worth worrying about at the torque levels used in barreling revolvers.
Actually what you are saying is not quite correct. Of course they are not pipe threads, but there will still be some constriction. Back in my silhouette days, I saw a lot of Dan Wessons with constricted bores on both ends of the barrel, at the frame and at the barrel nut. A lot of people attempted to deal with this by lapping. The constriction is not a lot, but it is there. It can be felt when pushing a soft lead slug through the bore.

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