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    • We hope to be able to make some 10ga adapters. Because of the demand for 12ga adapters it will not be anytime soon. Thank you for your interest and I’m sorry I couldn’t be of more help.

      Chad

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  1. say Chad all I need ti complete my collection is the 12g-458 and 12g-444,12g-3030,12g-308.in 7″-18″ adapters willing to pay $150 each.and to all my fellow military veterans thanks for your sacrifice God bless.

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    • Hi Mr. Peacock, We do hope to be able to start working on some of the 12ga to 30-30 adapters this May. As for the other calibers you mentioned I will look into them however at this time we are not making any adapters that have a chamber pressure over 45K. Thank you for your service and to all the Veterans as you said.

      Chad

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  2. Love your products – I just have the suggestion that you expand the rim diameter on future 45 colt adapters to accept 45 schofield as well. I started shooting schofield in my 45 revolver due to the ammo shortage, and while the cartridge will chamber (with some force) in my 18″ 45 adapter, extraction can only be made from the breech by means of a rod. I plan on widening my adapter if I can find an acceptable method, it’s only a hundredth of an inch total (.512 to .522).

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      • Can you make a 12gauge or 20 gauge to 7.63x38r? the nagant revolver cartridge. It’s one of the few calibers that are still readily available for cheap during this ammo panic. bullet diameter is the same as 7.62×39 so the barrels would work just fine, all that’s needed is to fit the proper chamber.

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          • Do you make your own Chamber reamers for these odd size onsies/twosies? I find no reamers available online for the 7.63x38r (7.62x38r).

            In addition to these one-offs, one option is to have an unchambered barrel for DIY “airguns”. I had good success with the 44 magnum barrel for my airgun and have an unchambered .357 that I am hoping to make another deer hunting airgun sometime this winter. The unchambered barrel allows an additional 1″ or so of barrel length ++. Of course priority production goes to “homeland security” powder burner liners and inserts in a standard or these obsolete rounds. Airgun’s not going to work for that. 😉

            Anyway, unchambered would also allow gunsmiths a little lattitude to cut down a full barrel to make two or chamber in whatever reamers they have on hand. Someone with a mini lathe can rent a reamer too.

          • We will look at the 7.63x38r the next time we make that caliber. We will also think about an unchambered version. Thank you for the input we appreciate your support.

            Chad

  3. Your 44 Liner on Air:
    https://youtu.be/RiyWXELcfiQ

    Can you please make some 45 in a slower twist (maybe 1:24?). Maybe they’d work for cheap gun powder pistol slugs too. However I believe 1:24 was used in some early rifles.

    Thank you Chad! This one worked out after I cut it down. Can you also make unchambered barrels available for airgunners?

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  4. Today, (August 15, 2020) I received the 20 Gauge to .357 Mag insert I ordered from you. I’m very pleased with it. It shoots well even with cheap ammo.
    I’d like to ask about another possibility. Would you consider an 18″ insert to shoot .44 Mag in 20 Gauge? I have an NEF single in 20 Gauge I believe will handle such pressure without issues. My only concern is if the insert’s walls would be thick enough to hold the pressure. If so, I’d really like to get one in either 18 or 21 inch length.

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    • Good afternoon, The next time we make 44cal we will look into the possibility of a 20ga version. Hopefully we can get to those before the end of the year. Thank you again for you business and you interest.

      Chad

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  5. I originally bought the 11in 44mag and loved it enough to move up to a full length 45-70. I put 5 rounds of Win 300gr JHP before trying Hornady 325gr FTX, on my 4th shot I was greeted with barrel bulge around the 14 inch mark. Something went wrong and it took me a minute to fight the action open, everything looked normal but I’m not a gun smith.
    The shotgun in question is a old Walmart bought 12ga Remington Spartan 100. I do not blame the insert but would give warning to anyone with this particular model and have only held onto it due to it being my first gun.

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    • Thank you Mr. Clayton for sharing this info. Depending on the way the firing pin is designed in that shotgun it sounds like it could be that the primer deformed making it hard to open because of the added pressure of the hotter round. I have no idea of what could cause a bulge. Does the insert have a bulge at the 14″ mark? Thank you again for letting us know.

      Chad

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  6. Hi Chad, Any time frame of when you’re going to have any 18″ 12 gauge adapters ready? Of any caliber

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    • Good Afternoon Mr. Harwood, We should have a few 18″ 12ga – 327 Adapters left. We are now working on 12ga and 20ga to 9mm, 357, 380 and 38sp Adapters in different lengths including the 18″ versions. Hopefully we can have some ready this month. Thank you for your interest.

      Chad

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  7. Far be it from me to comment on how you run your business, but, I really hope you are actively searching for more qualified machinists to join your team. Your products are fantastic, and so, it always seems you have more demand than supply. Of course advice is worth exactly what you pay for it, but I thought I’d give you my 2 cents worth anyway. Thanks,

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  8. Hi Guys

    This looks like a great product, do you export to Australia, or have an on seller in this region?

    Richard

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    • Because of strict export regulations which require an expensive permit we are not able to ship out of the United States at this time. I’m sorry I wish we could.

      Chad

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      • Chad been waiting for the new adapters ,texted you last month you were hoping about the time of the month you would have some any hope 4-12 or 20 9mm,12 /223 /30.30

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        • Good Afternoon, We hope to get the 12ga and 20ga 9mm adapters back from finishing next week so “Hopefully” next weekend. We plan on starting on the 30-30 soon after so maybe 2 months on those. We will not be making the 223 anytime soon.

          Thanks,

          Chad

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  9. you guy make very good products at a fair price, the best thing is i was able to finally get a 45-70 by ordering an insert from your company , $99 was a far better deal then paying upwards of $400 for a rifle in said caliber … i hope to see new calibers soon, as i buy them as soon as i spot them .
    hoping to see 223 and 7.62×39 in the line up i think they would sell fast as i know id buy one as soon as it was posted on your website …..
    BEST PRODUCTS EVER ….

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  10. Any chance of having more of tbe 28″ 22LR liners available? I have an old single shot 22 that i need to reline and your product would be perfect!! Thank you!!

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  11. Went to the range for the first time with my new 11″ .38SPL/.357Magnum adapter for a 20 gauge shotgun.
    It worked great!!!

    Shotgun is a Hatfield one barrel from Walmart with the barrel cut to 18 1/2″.

    Tested with .357 Magnum and there were no signs of over pressure.

    Thank you. Well made product.

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  12. I tried out my new 18″ adapter for 12 ga to 327 Federal today. This is a great product. Well made, and functions flawlessly. I plan to buy more. Thanks!

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  13. I am not sure if this is the right spot for this. But I bought a 18 in. 45 colt adapter to 12 gauge. A SB1 frame NEF is what I put it in.Drilled and tapped the barrel with a fiber optic front and a Williams peep in the back.. I can consistently hit center of a 6 and 8in ar500 metal standing free hand at 75yds. This adapter is AWESOME! I intend to deer hunt with it this fall. I am very satisfied you guys do a AWESOME JOB! Looking into getting a 30-30 adapter next to 20gauge.

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  14. I’ve tried other adapters and to be honest, nothing comes close in quality to Chaszel products. This is the only place I know that’s producing 11” and 18” adapters turning your shotgun into a super accurate rifle with lots of caliber choices. Shipping is fast and Chad is the best as far as customer service goes. Great stuff!

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    • Thank you very much that is very kind of you. We appreciate your feedback. It is always great to hear that our customers are happy with our products. We are truly thankful for your support. Be safe and take care everyone.

      Chad

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  15. Any idea of when you will have the 18″ 12 gauge-357 and the 18″ 12 gauge-22Lr back in stock? I would really like to get my hands on a couple of each.

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    • We hope to be able to have some 12ga to 357 18″ ready in 2-3 months. The 12ga to 22lr 18″ will be a bit later in the year. This is just an estimate.

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  16. Okay. Thanks for the reply. [ That is very confusing because I have bought “gun parts” on e-bay, and use Pay-Pal. ]

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  17. Hello just now I tried to buy an item from you. Filled out the information, went to ” check out” but I do not see a “PayPal” symbol. I do not have credit cards. Do you take PayPal ? If not I will send you a personal check. S.H.

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    • I can not use paypal because I sell gun parts. You are more than welcome to send a personal check.
      Thank you.

      Chad

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  18. I have a lot of the 12 gauge adapters and was wondering if you can make the 308 adapter that I have seen if so I will totally purchase right away

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  19. Gentleman
    With all the requests you seem to field I would like to add one more I enjoy the idea of shooting pistol calibers thru an insert of a single shot 12ga and to date I have many with the exception of one in a 38 super +p a round I would love to shoot as a rifle minium length would be 8 inch with 12 inch being a perfect length.

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  20. You guys delivered my 45 long colt 18 inch very fast, that’s awesome. And it shoots very well . I bought it to make a permanent rifle out a 12 gauge sb1. I’ll send pics after done if you like. Any chance for a 460 S.W. insert for sb2 frames? Would be cool little thumper for the woods. Good job guys I am very happy with product.

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    • Good Afternoon, Glad to hear it arrived quickly and that you are happy with it. Thank you for letting us know. We haven’t thought much about a 460 but we will look into it. Maybe we can do one in the future. Thanks again for your support and your suggestions.
      Chad

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    • Can you identify the difference between 45LC and 45LC/410 in the 12ga adapters? Is the accuracy/ballistics affected for the 45LC in the 45LC/410 adapter?

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      • Good afternoon, from the limited testing we have done we have found minimal differences in the FPS. However the grouping on 410 will suffer somewhat doe to the rifling. Thank you for your interest

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        • Is the 410/45LC for a 3″ or 2.5″ .410 shell? Would you estimate that the accuracy is the same for both 45LC and the 410/45LC in the 12ga adapter while shooting 45LC only?

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          • The accuracy on the LC Only is usually better. However I have not done a lot of testing between the two so I do not have a accurate amount that they would vary. Sorry I don’t have more info. Hopefully we can do more testing on this in the future.
            Thank you for your interest.

            Chad

  21. How about a 25-35 in a 20 Gauge ?

    Will You Make Stainless Barrels ?

    Anything Longer than 18″ possible ?

    I have a Browning Citori Upland Special in 20 GA. With a 24″ Barrel Set and I’m looking at Your 357 / 38 Special barrel and preferably a 25-35 Barrel.

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    • We don’t make a 25 caliber at this time but we do hope to be able to in the future.

      We do not make Stainless Barrels at this time.

      We have made the 45-70 in a 24″. Most handgun rounds do not benefit from barrels over 18″

      We will be looking at the 25-35 for possible future adapters.

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  22. Chad;…being a customer of 6 barrel liners in varied calibers…will you consider working up a pair of 12ga. in 30-30 Winchester caliber..??

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    • Guy I do remember you Sir and want to thank you for your business we really appreciate it. Just so happens that we are working on the 30-30 win now. Hopefully they will work out and we will be able to have some in a month or so. Thanks again for your business and you support.

      Chad

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  23. Love all the adapters I have purchased from you. I really enjoy my single shot shotguns so much more. Any chance a .17 18 inch for 410 coming

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    • Thank you very much, we are really glad to hear that you enjoy the adapters. We have been working on a 17 although they are some issuse we want to work out before we put them out. We will continue to work on them but do not have a time frame of when they will be ready. Thank you again for your business and support.

      Chad

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  24. Thank you for the fast notification and the fast shipping. I really like this 410 to 38sp- GREAT JOB..
    As long as you have them, I will get another 18x38sp just to have as a spare. I will be getting some of your other 410 adapters
    very shortly just waiting for the eagle to pass by again.. Keep a lookout for my orders guys..

    ..and Thanks Again

    Jon

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  25. I just received the 9 mm for 410 cal. gun Thanks for super fast shipping. I see it did not come with the “0” rings which accompanied the 9 mm insert for 12 g. I enjoy.
    Do I need “0” rings for the 9mm/410 cal. gun?

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    • Good afternoon, The 410 to 9mm adapters do not have any o-rings. Thank you and if you have any other questions just let us know

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  26. What would be great for hunting up to coyote size would be an inserts for 22-250. The caliber can really reach out there and do a number on the animal and it is relatively low recoil.

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    • We have not had a lot of request for 10 gauge. Although if we get to the point where we have a good stock on most of our products we will make some. Thank you for your interest.
      -Chad

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  27. I’d like to see a Christmas sale special. Some sort of way to get someone else and yourself a shotgun adapter. I tell my family about the ones I own. It would be great to get them one for an X-mas gift and still be able to afford to get the one I want for my own X-mas gift to myself!

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  28. I like the barrel liners..!
    That’s why I come here.
    I’ve got the .22lr, .380, and 9mm so far.
    Extremely pleased at this point.!
    I’d like to see a 40acp, a 25cal, and maybe something else. Obviously these probably wouldn’t sell as well as what you’ve already got but id pay a bit more to order them one at a time if need be.
    Great company..!
    Highly recommend..!

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  29. You guys are awesome my 45lc 18inch insert came in record time..fits so nice in my shot gun and will drive tacks with the scope that’s on it…thanks again!

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  30. I would like to see you make a .25 acp (.251) chamber adapter for a 410 shotgun chamber, 8 to 15 inches in length. wonderful little re-loadable round

    thanks.

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    • I agree. That .25acp would be fun and rather practical, especially if one reloaded for it. I could see buying one in future.

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  31. Is there a longer 327 insert?
    I am looking for a 327 single shot for camping and canoe trips. Have the SP101 in 327 and the Henry in 327 and are looking for a simple canoe gun.
    Do you make insert 12 inch or longer? I have folding 20 , I was thinking would be good to use.but let me know if there is a brand of shotgun that works best.
    Thanks
    Brian Gibbs

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