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P/W Shot/Powder Reservoirs

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Stl Flyn, Jan 2, 2013.

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  1. Stl Flyn

    Stl Flyn Well-Known Member

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    Looking for the shot and powder tubes, with baffles and caps if possible, for a 800B. Maybe someone who has replaced there tubes with the larger replacement tubes, and base of Jim Skeel. Let me know what you have, and price. Send a PM.

    Thanks, Jon
     
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    You don't want Acrylic, you want Butyrate. I have tons of baffles. Had 100 made.

    Problem with Butyrate is that is comes in 6'-10' lengths and costs about $1.30 an INCH!

    Whiz
     
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    Old One Eye, you have a PM. Thanks, Jon

    Please answer through the PM.
     
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    Still looking.
     
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    Aren't the replacement tubes made by Jim Skeels made of Acrylic?
     
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    ACrylic is brittle and cracks, whereas the Butyrate is very flexible, and is what the originals were.

    The original drop tubes on the shell feed systems WERE acrylic, but I insisted that they change to Butyrate to accept the stress in their bottoms. Now they are Butyrate.

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    I thought that they may be to brittle, but I can't find Butyrate tubes in 2-1/4" ID. tubes without having to buy a box of them.
     
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    Sending you a PM.....Terry
     
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