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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2015 6:28 pm 
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Has anyone ever had one made up? If so, where and how much?

I'm pretty sure my barrel O.D. is .590, I would need to double check. I shoot with a scope and have removed my front sight. Looking for something to finish off the end of the barrel and use as a cocking aid. I see Archer in the States has one for $21.99 US but I don't think they ship to Canada.

I imagine doing a one off set up would be pretty pricey (as opposed to when they do them in bulk)

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PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2015 6:34 pm 
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Made 50+ of them. I just need to know what material you want and what style? Sounds like you know the barrel diameter. What gun is this for? Prices start at $40 and go up.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2015 12:52 am 
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rrdstarrs are no doubt better, but if you just wanted an inexpensive one the Crosman unit is cheaper and imo much nicer looking than the Archer one. They may fluctuate a few thou I suppose but the one I have here fits a .586" but not a .590". I can't say what your price would be thru a middleman, but I think Crosman charges $5. For a picture see the Titan GP at Pyramid. Size is 132 x 21mm. Two set screws at ~5 and 7 o-clock which are probably 4mm. Fyi...


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2015 6:11 am 
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i make tons of stuff , >/$35 shipped for aluminum. probably search caf and there should be a bunch of picture


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 6:49 am 
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Chevota wrote:
rrdstarrs are no doubt better, but if you just wanted an inexpensive one the Crosman unit is cheaper and imo much nicer looking than the Archer one. They may fluctuate a few thou I suppose but the one I have here fits a .586" but not a .590". I can't say what your price would be thru a middleman, but I think Crosman charges $5. For a picture see the Titan GP at Pyramid. Size is 132 x 21mm. Two set screws at ~5 and 7 o-clock which are probably 4mm. Fyi...

Wow!...that part B19-7-00-100 Muzzle Brake is available in Canada for $4.17 but with $21.47 Purolator shipping...I am not buying....I will use the barrel as is,(no sights)looks not too bad with front sight gone,only a machined flat on top. Huck

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 7:28 pm 
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From what I have seen on line most decent muzzle brakes are usually in the $60.00 range + postage.

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From what I have seen on line most decent muzzle brakes are usually in the $60.00 range + postage.

I mean factory made, of course custom are better and from the sounds a better deal for assured quality. I hope I never offended anyone by that post.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2015 6:59 am 
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GarthThomas wrote:
GarthThomas wrote:
From what I have seen on line most decent muzzle brakes are usually in the $60.00 range + postage.

I mean factory made, of course custom are better and from the sounds a better deal for assured quality. I hope I never offended anyone by that post.

I ordered the Crosman B19-7-00-100 muzzle-brake,for $4.17 plus $8-something for shipping.Two mounting screws are out of stock,so they will ship when all items are available.
I made the mistake of stating that the shipping was $21.47. Huck

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