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Old 02-11-2015, 07:50 AM   #1
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BHP Barrels

BHP Barrels

Factory take off from late 9mm pistol, almost new,125 dollars
Same description 40 caliber barrel, 100 dollars

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BHP Barrels

Factory take off from late 9mm pistol, almost new,125 dollars
Same description 40 caliber barrel, 100 dollars
KKM 9mm gunsmith fit unaltered 9mm for 9mm 200 dollars
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Is the standard 9mm barrel still available?
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I will have to check. I think I kept one spare mk III and one spare humped style as spares. Did you get your trigger sorted out?
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That's fine, as I am in no rush to buy, just checking what you had in stock. Don't want to make you go digging to see until I am ready to buy.

Regarding my trigger, I ended up giving up on that gun and sold it in a moment when I didn't really have the funds to repair it (made buyer aware of the issues). I bought another one recently. The "new" one is a T Series and has a sweet trigger, but the humped barrel looks fairly worn and the groups are larger than I'd like, and larger than they were with the old one. Not sure if your barrel would fit in a T Series without modification, as I know they changed the geometry some, but I am checking out my options in case I decide the current barrel needs to go.
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I checked and it was no extra work. I was trying to find another part as well. I do have an older barrel suitable for a T series.
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.40 caliber barrel is sold.
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