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FS Briley Sub-Gauge tube set

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Bob_K, Jan 23, 2013.

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  1. Bob_K

    Bob_K Well-Known Member

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    Are these Companion tubes, or custom fitted tubes? What barrels were they fitted to?
     
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    The blue and red anodized are fitted not companions
     
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    No, you didn't confuse. The .725 bore diameter gives us one dimension. The other clue would be the chamber length of your Perazzi. Berettas also have those tight barrels, the chambers being the limiting factor.
     
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    The key is that they are fitted tubes.

    As an example, on my Perazzi, I cannot run the bottom tube in the top barrel. The tolerancing is very exact. Despite the bore size that is indicated on the gun, there still may be fit issues.

    Additionally, I believe Briley will not warranty tubes that were fitted to another gun.

    Good Luck,

    Pat
     
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