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FN FAL Hebrew Hammer barrel needed.

This is a discussion on FN FAL Hebrew Hammer barrel needed. within the Rifles, SKS, AR, AK, Long Guns forums, part of the HandGuns, Pistols and Revolvers, Long Rifles, Shotguns, SKS, AK, AR category; I started a new thread as I steered the other off course. Sorry about that. So, as some may have read, co worker bought a ...

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    FN FAL Hebrew Hammer barrel needed.

    I started a new thread as I steered the other off course. Sorry about that.
    So, as some may have read, co worker bought a Hebrew Hammer FN FAL rifle kit, but it has no barrel.
    He is being told by PSA and DS arms to get a light barrel.
    SOCOM42 has said and IZY barrel can be bought, and turned down?
    If so, what would I have to say, if I went a barrel machine shop, of which we do have in our town.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve40th View Post
    I started a new thread as I steered the other off course. Sorry about that.
    So, as some may have read, co worker bought a Hebrew Hammer FN FAL rifle kit, but it has no barrel.
    He is being told by PSA and DS arms to get a light barrel.
    SOCOM42 has said and IZY barrel can be bought, and turned down?
    If so, what would I have to say, if I went a barrel machine shop, of which we do have in our town.
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    I would suggest: 'Help!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimb1972 View Post
    I will forward to my co worker.
    Compared to ammo, this is cheap
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    I checked in there I think all usable ones were sold out.

    With the metric, receiver threads, timing are the same for all variations, as well as the gas block locations.

    Nor sure about the block barrel diameter though, never had to turn one down, my guess is they are all the same.

    That would be for the standard and light weight models.

    The one I am going to cut is just that, cut and re-thread it, turn only for thread OD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SOCOM42 View Post
    I checked in there I think all usable ones were sold out.

    With the metric, receiver threads, timing are the same for all variations, as well as the gas block locations.

    Nor sure about the block barrel diameter though, never had to turn one down, my guess is they are all the same.

    That would be for the standard and light weight models.

    The one I am going to cut is just that, cut and re-thread it, turn only for thread OD.
    I am guessing, if he took it to a machine shop that specializes in barrels, they would know what to do to a heavy barrel to make it fit?
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    Nice find.. Thnx
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    I went through all of them, all sold out, every model!

    99% of the parts are sold out also.

    I did find some Galil parts for spares for my four Galils.

    They are front hand guard panels.

    Have spares of everything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve40th View Post
    I am guessing, if he took it to a machine shop that specializes in barrels, they would know what to do to a heavy barrel to make it fit?
    First thing he will need if he is anal about it is a print of the correct tube, next will be a tube from who knows where.

    Not a problem turning it down primary sizes have to remain the same.

    I can do the job IF he has the above.
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