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K32 barrel value?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Lance S, May 27, 2010.

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  1. Lance S

    Lance S TS Member

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    Should go right on. One of the nice things about the K80/K32. If, however, you feel slop you should have them reviewed by a qualified smith. I have seen most barrels listed around $1000.00 each if they want to sell them. I don't know if them being in a set would adjust that at all. But $3,000.00 for the set would make sense.
     
  2. Lance S

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    Should go right on. One of the nice things about the K80/K32. If, however, you feel slop you should have them reviewed by a qualified smith. I have seen most barrels listed around $1000.00 each if they want to sell them. I don't know if them being in a set would adjust that at all. But $3,000.00 for the set would make sense.
     
  3. Lance S

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    Should go right on. One of the nice things about the K80/K32. If, however, you feel slop you should have them reviewed by a qualified smith. I have seen most barrels listed around $1000.00 each if they want to sell them. I don't know if them being in a set would adjust that at all. But $3,000.00 for the set would make sense.
     
  4. Lance S

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    Should go right on. One of the nice things about the K80/K32. If, however, you feel slop you should have them reviewed by a qualified smith. I have seen most barrels listed around $1000.00 each if they want to sell them. I don't know if them being in a set would adjust that at all. But $3,000.00 for the set would make sense.
     
  5. Lance S

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    Should go right on. One of the nice things about the K80/K32. If, however, you feel slop you should have them reviewed by a qualified smith. I have seen most barrels listed around $1000.00 each if they want to sell them. I don't know if them being in a set would adjust that at all. But $3,000.00 for the set would make sense.
     
  6. Lance S

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    Should go right on. One of the nice things about the K80/K32. If, however, you feel slop you should have them reviewed by a qualified smith. I have seen most barrels listed around $1000.00 each if they want to sell them. I don't know if them being in a set would adjust that at all. But $3,000.00 for the set would make sense.
     
  7. Lance S

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    Should go right on. One of the nice things about the K80/K32. If, however, you feel slop you should have them reviewed by a qualified smith. I have seen most barrels listed around $1000.00 each if they want to sell them. I don't know if them being in a set would adjust that at all. But $3,000.00 for the set would make sense.
     
  8. Lance S

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    Should go right on. One of the nice things about the K80/K32. If, however, you feel slop you should have them reviewed by a qualified smith. I have seen most barrels listed around $1000.00 each if they want to sell them. I don't know if them being in a set would adjust that at all. But $3,000.00 for the set would make sense.
     
  9. Lance S

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    Sorry guys,

    Multiple post. I guess I can't use my "back" button to get back to the thread, when I do it double posts my initial response. Fing computers....you would think it would be easier :-(.
     
  10. bigbore613

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    All mice are release , you need a pull . $2500 would be my guess. Jeff
     
  11. OLD ONE EYE

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    I would try them on your receiver for fit and if that looks good dry fire the gun and check the timing of the ejectors. If that is off I mean ejects too soon or late you will need to adjust the ejector cam or get new ones fitted for the barrels either way it can be done. I just had to get new cams when I fitted a unsingle to my o/u K80 to make everything work right with both barrels. A good Kreighoff smith will know right away.

    Good luck. Buddy
     
  12. dshot

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    The forearm sometimes need to be adjusted but barrels should fit. the ones I see the asking price is $900.0 to $1000.00 each. After market barrels $600.00 to $700.00
     
  13. EuroJoe

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    all Model 32 Krieghoff barrels do NOT automatically fit other guns. Only the late K-80s are produced with CNC machines that assure identical dimensions.
    They can all be made to fit, but don't count on proper fit when you buy them.
    At one time, I had 3 32s & a K-80, 6 bbls, all cross fit to one another,took new lugs and a lot of work, wasn't cheap.
     
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