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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:27 pm 
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Good point about having adjustment in the seal-to-barrel connection. An o-ring at the muzzle would still allow you to tap the barrel back but it might not be secure enough to hold tight. I guess the slightly oval frame hole with two set screws would be best but I'm not fond of threads in a plastic frame. There doesn't seem to many options though. A tight frame hole might cause breakage when the barrel is levered to get it into the saddle and strap section. Now I understand why the OEM design has the stepped end on the barrel that forces the proper breach gap.

Any more ideas for securing the end of the barrel?


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 07, 2018 5:22 pm 
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TCooper wrote:
Any more ideas for securing the end of the barrel?

"Pistol Mods" on YouTube, I believe the same gentleman that made the slide extender went a whole different route. He has made the barrel of his P17 float and closes on the breech Oring with a Bolt action Mod. Ingenious for sure...just a little too much work for what I wanted.

Beeman P17 Bolt Action Part 1

Beeman P17 Bolt Action Part 2


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