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Bear Hunter

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WOW! Excellent video. Takes me back to my factory days, barrel looks great, exciting! [smile]
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OUT-DAMN-STANDING !

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I'm on board with that nice video and nice looking barrel.OUT-DAMN-STANDING ! As was said before.cant wait to get my hands on one it will be a nice start to the road of wildcat life . You guys are the best. I still need.277 Wolverine Sheridan Engineering "Slot" Ammo Gauge. When well they become available.
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I'm on board with that nice video and nice looking barrel.OUT-DAMN-STANDING ! As was said before.cant wait to get my hands on one it will be a nice start to the road of wildcat life . You guys are the best. I still need.277 Wolverine Sheridan Engineering "Slot" Ammo Gauge. When well they become available.
Thanks, you can get the gauge directly from Sheridan Engineering.

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I may have missed it, but are you planning on offering these barrels with melonite finish?
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I may have missed it, but are you planning on offering these barrels with melonite finish?
Yes but we have yet to nail down a facility we're comfortable with. We will be doing mostly stainless, and some 4140 or 4150 with Cerakote until we have the melonite solidified. It's all a process that takes longer than we want, but we're on a great path.

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After I built 2. My son is waiting on bbls and ( his own )funds b/c he is chomping at the bit to build a wolverine. I'm waiting also. Great video.
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Wow, that is fantastic! Can't wait to see more. :-)
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AWESOME video Mark!!! ...and what they said - "OUT-DAM-STANDING"!! - RED
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I have lathe envy.   Congrats!
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Do you have a graphic or something showing your various barrel contours? I know that something common like SPR or pencil can vary between manufacturers. Also, is there some weight information available? I focus on hunting in northern MN so I try to balance weight and performance inside a few hundred yards.
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The external dimensions are posted a couple places in the forum - and possibly on the store.  The weight varies by both caliber and barrel length.  A 16" Ranger Profile in .224 is going to weigh more than the same external profile in .357AR, which will weight more than a .45 VRap.  In general, our profiles (from heaviest to lightest) are: SPR, Ranger, Lightweight.
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We do need to go through them all and make sure they're consistent... weight, profile dimensions, etc.
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The external dimensions are posted a couple places in the forum - and possibly on the store.  The weight varies by both caliber and barrel length.  A 16" Ranger Profile in .224 is going to weigh more than the same external profile in .357AR, which will weight more than a .45 VRap.  In general, our profiles (from heaviest to lightest) are: SPR, Ranger, Lightweight.


Thanks! I didn't see that on the store but must not have looked hard enough. That helps.
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Mark is it possible to pull a barrel from the assembly line prior to cutting chamber, for those working on other cats. For example  Ranger profile in one of your stock bores, threaded  for barrel extension  without gas port etc.  there are some interesting things to look at..... Slayer, 44x1.6 or 1.8 etc.
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Mark is it possible to pull a barrel from the assembly line prior to cutting chamber, for those working on other cats. For example  Ranger profile in one of your stock bores, threaded  for barrel extension  without gas port etc.  there are some interesting things to look at..... Slayer, 44x1.6 or 1.8 etc.

Definitely possible but costs... to interrupt a production schedule costs an additional $125.00.  Basically, if you make them stop the machines for a "one-off", it costs them money, which gets passed on.

One of the reasons we shy away from this is that someone may ask us to pull a 416RSS blank and then chamber it in something like the VRAP or similar.  That is not a good idea.  The tensile strength of 416R SS is not conducive with the chamber pressures of the VRAP and others like it.  That's why we only offer those barrels in 4140CM.

We can sell a profiled, machined, un-chambered blank with an extension and an index pin, but it would be a custom order which becomes cost-prohibitive.

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Thank you Mark.  Perhaps someone who turns their own barrels could start a thread [wink]
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