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Old 10-20-2018, 10:54 PM   #1
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So, here's one method whereby gents in long ago days might repair a crease/tear/hole in a composite barrel = braze overlay. Easily done by anyone that had an oxyacetylene torch. This one is a nice smooth job with plenty of new wall thickness!
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Looks better than the arc welded crack on a set of Lefever 20 gauge barrels I have.
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Fluid steel small hole with an attempted repair by dropping beads of welding rod - the barrel was apparently used thereafter and it didn't last



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Took some trying, but a better view of the bore and blow out. Impressive linear tool marks; trying to file down the weld?

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Drew, where along the barrel did that rupture occur?





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It was a segment I received as part of my composition and tensile strength study Dean. Not sure how close to the breech.
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