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Will K32 barrels fit a k80 receiver?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Buddy O, May 10, 2008.

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  1. Buddy O

    Buddy O TS Member

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    Any help with this question will be highly appreciated.
     
  2. hmb

    hmb Well-Known Member

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    They are useable but have to be fitted. HMB
     
  3. BDodd

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    No personal experience but I'm told that if both are unaltered, they will generally go together without problems - in fact many of those sources have said the M.32 barrels are preferred.....breakemall....Bob Dodd
     
  4. Buddy O

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    Thank you, gents!
     
  5. K-80BUD

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    Generally yes. I have a two year old K-80 that I just fit a K-32 top single barrel to. No problem at all. Sometimes minor fitting will be needed. If you have problems with the ejectors, take off the foreaem irom and adjust the screw that bears on the barrel, put back togrther and try. repeat this until it works.
     
  6. k-gunguy

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    Yes they will,I have a K32 Vandalia rib trap barrell,that I was using with my K80 for doubles. I am going to sell it if you are interested,I don't use it any more. Looking to get 1000.00 for it.
    GAZ
     
  7. Buddy O

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    Thanks for the offer, Gaz, but I'm looking to buy a set of K32 sub-gauge barrels.
     
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    most but not all, will need the ejector sears re-timed, and ears, barrel lug, etc etc ! just not a do it your self project, a slip of a file and to much metal can be removed !hope this helps. B.C.
     
  9. Buddy O

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    Thanks, B.C.!
     
  10. Buddy O

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    Looks like a good fit, Jerry! Beautiful wood!
     
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