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WTB- Kolar Between BBl. Weight-K-80

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by pheasantsgalore, May 29, 2010.

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  1. pheasantsgalore

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    Richard,
    I have one made by "Angleport", and it is made of lead, with 4 small bolts that hold the two sections together. It weighs around 9 or 10 ounces, and can be cut shorter, which would decrease weight somewhat. E-mail me if you want a pic. They retail for $90, I paid $80,.....if,IF you can use it, its yours for $45 incl. shipping to your address. I just don't have a gun anymore that it fits..........Rob G.
     
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    The reason they stopped making them is they spread the barrels and change the bottom point of impact. Jeff
     
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    Richard, bigbore613 is correct about the point of impact change which occurs as a result of the barrels spreading apart as the weight is tightened between the barrels. In, not all, but some cases this POI change can be surprisingly significant. Recommend that you stay with a weight that clamps to the bottom barrel only.
     
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