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Product Requests

We would like to hear from you.  Let us know some what products you would like to see us  manufacture.  In return this is a good way for us to know what our customers are looking for. As a result,  If there is enough interest in a product we will look into it.  After that if possible go froward into production. * However Please Note that this is not a waiting list or any type of order forum only a place to throw ideas around. Thanks again for sharing you ideas with us.  We look forward to hearing from you.

 

 

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    • Good Afternoon, We are currently working on the 45-70 Adapters. Hopefully if all goes well we will have them ready before December. Thank you for your interest.

      -Chad

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    • Good Afternoon, The 410 to 9mm and 327 are more involved to make than most adapters and are not at the top of our list. Honestly It will not be anytime soon if we do make them again. I know this is not what you wanted to hear but I just wanted to be honest.

      -Chad

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  1. Finally got around to working on my barrel. I cannot center this on my lathe. It is not straight. Have you had this issue before? It seems like the DOM steel tubing you started out with was not straight (probably an end piece). Its been a while since I purchased it but it is in original condition.

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  2. Hi,
    Any chance you will offer a 410/38special (Or any other cartridge) 416 stainless adaptor that is intended for the Springfield m6 scouts?

    I know the m6 has a cult following, and the owners are always looking to expand their accessories.

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    • Good afternoon, We hope to be able to make the 410 to 38 adapters maybe this fall. However they will be carbon steel and black oxide. Thank you for your interest.

      Chad

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  3. I am interested in the rate of twist for some liners. For the .355 listings I see:

    The twist rate is 1-12″ inches for 6-10″
    The twist rate is 1-18″ inches for 11+”
    Length
    28″
    Clear
    Outside Diameter = .572″
    Rifled with 1-16″ Twist Rate

    Is it 1:18 or 1:16?

    Also, 45 caliber barrels need to have an option of 1:24 or maybe 1:20 but 1:12 is too fast for this larger caliber bullet unless you are shooting something like a 450 grain bullet which is not likely a choice from any cartridge manufacturer.
    If you guys would get these twist rates a little slower I think you’d attract more business. I know a group of enthusiasts that would snap up 45 caliber 1:24 twist as soon as you could make them.
    Not that they aren’t popular now. You do seem to be selling out all the time.

    I purchased a 44 caliber 28″ barrel that has an ok twist rate at 1:20. I am looking at your .380 barrels now.

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    • Good morning, The twist rate is 1-18″ thanks for bringing this to my attention. We do plan on a 1-24″ in the future when we get tooling for it. Thanks for your interest.

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  4. Hey Chad I have a h&r sb2 reciever with a heavy rifled slug barrel if your company considered in making a 12gauge to .308win adapter in your long lengths I like 24″ do you think it will hold the pressure ? I like your product over any other out reasons I ask is theirs another company called x-caliber that makes the 12 gauge to .308 win. I watched his videos it seems to work well but I can’t get any feed back on how to order one but anyways if you do make any in the further it would be awesome thanks for you adapters ..

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  5. I have a 16 gauge, single barrel, break-action through which I would love to be able to shoot .357 magnum with greater accuracy than with my revolver. I think an 18″ rifled barrel would be adequate. How much would it cost to have such a thing made as a one-off?

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    • Good Afternoon, at this time we do not have a 16ga to 357 we are working on 20ga and 12ga at the moment and If we can ever get caught up we would like to make more of the 16ga adapters. We are not able to do one-off orders. I’m sorry we could not be of more help but check back with us in the future if you are still looking for one.

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  6. Do you have an approximate ETA when your 12 gauge to 20 gauge 18″ (or longer) adapters will be available again? Thanks

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  7. I realize you guys have a lot on your plate at the moment, but I was curious if you’ve ever considered making rifle cartridge adapters? I’ve been kicking myself for not picking up some .32 to 7.62x54R converters back when you could get them. Seems like they’d be relatively easy to produce compared to your normal adapters but I’m no machinist. I’ve been on various waiting lists for these things for years, but I figured it doesn’t hurt to ask before I finally give up on the idea.

    For reference:
    https://www.sportsmansguide.com/product/index/762x54r-to-32-cal-multi-chamber-insert?a=587989

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    • Good Morning, you can usually slightly modify the trajectory by rotating the adapter around in the chamber. However the (2 3/4″) 357 adapter is probably the least accurate adapter we make due to the short length and power of the round. It is a very popular adapter because of its size and price. If you are not happy with it you can always return it for a full refund. For accuracy in the 357 the 11″ and 18″ adapters are ideal and we hope to have some ready in a month or two. Thank you again for your business.

      Chad

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      • Hi Chad, I appreciate the quick reply, but it’s not the small adapters I was interested in as much as a future plan with 18″ .45-70 adapters. Still, the same rotation was what I was thinking about, perhaps a thin shim or an added knurl or dimple as well. I’m perfectly satisfied with the shorty .357s and they will also be useful in the perliminary experiments. Thanks again.

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        • Oh OK, The 45-70 adapter does not have any cutout for the extractor so you can rotate the adapter 360 deg to somewhat change the trajectory. Thank you again for you business and you input.

          Chad

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      • thanks , your doing a great job making fine products.. as soon the 357 mag and 44 mag 18inch 12ga inserts are back in stock they too will be in my collection also would love to see 22 hornet 12ga inserts back in the line up.. id take that over 223..

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  8. How about a 12ga to 20ga RIFLED insert ?
    I have an Ithaca M-49 lever action that I’d like to make into an accurate 20ga slug gun.

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  9. Perhaps you can consider doing custom orders.. . Commenting is fine and dandy & throwing ideas around and such but at the end of the day we’re still waiting. I’m not saying you should have to fill every request you get, but when a product is requested that you do make but are out of stock on, you should get right on that. Especially if you’re sold out of a product you already normally make. These items are sure to sell seeing as you’re sold out of them. Just a suggestion… I suspect it’s not going to happen somehow though

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    • I’m looking to put a 24 inch barrel on my S M 500 MAGNUM it has a 12 inch on it. I know that S M dose sell a 27 inch I dont know if they will profile the barrel. I got this one when it first came out since then I have done some some great hunting with it. But after two meager surgeries on my right arm it’s become hard to steady and after 2 double fires with this gun you can’t believe how scary that is.So I’m looking for a different way to use it . Give it some thought. Hop to hear back from you.

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  10. Hiya!
    Love my 45-70 shotgun insert. I just ordered a 5″ 22 mag barrel. I turned my doctor on to you guys. He was VERY impressed and I am SURE he will be ordering.

    Any idea when the 18″ 12 gauge to 44 mag adapters will be back in stock???

    Thanks!

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    • Thank you, We are glad to hear that you like your adapter and appreciate your business. Thank you for spreading the word. Hopefully if all goes as planned we will be able to start on the 18″ 44 mag this summer.

      Chad

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    • Thank you very much, We are looking into the 223 but if we are able to do one it will be late this year. Thank you again for your support.

      Chad

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    • We should have about 5 ready to list this weekend. After that we plan on making more but it will be 3-4 months before we can start on them. Thank you for your interest.

      -Chad

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  11. I’d like to see barrel liners back in stock…
    though there doesn’t seem to be any requests here for them (?)
    I’d like to see a .327 mag liner @ 28″

    Just finishing up a conversion using one of your .357 liners, Beretta 412 folding shotgun as a donor.
    It was a bit rough in places (light pitting, etc) so complete disassemble, doing all the metal work, re-bluing, honing all of the internals, lightening spring and trigger work. Stocks to bare wood, staining and re-cutting the checkering borders and some of the field.
    Got the action back together today and it’s clean, crisp and now has a nice 3# trigger. It will wear a Lyman receiver sight.
    The wood has the seal coat on and tomorrow I’ll wet sand to fill the grain, then finish.
    I’ll send pics and report on the accuracy when done.

    -John

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      • Email Sent with pictures.

        Haven’t fired this beauty yet…
        Still have to fit a front sight and make an extractor, in the meantime I’ll just use a penknife… thanks for cutting the rim slightly oversize.
        I’ll follow up with an accuracy report soon.

        -John

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  12. Hi, what you need to do is is advertise a whole lot more to get your name and product out there to the public. I bought a lot of short lane tubes that I would not have purchased from them, had I know about you guys. Your product is cheaper by the inch and a better product by far.

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  13. Hello. I would buy 11” to 18” .410 to .327 magnum.
    Second place would be 18” 410 to 22 hornet.
    I’d be using the insert in a Rossi 410 break action with a 22” barrel mod choke.

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  14. I would like a .32 acp barrel liner .625″ or .5″ OD. A rifle that would shoot .32 acp could be very useful, an alternative to .22 lr but reloadable. In a rifle the .32 acp would exceed the performance of the .22 lr and could also be loaded very light, so shooting from a longer barrel the report could be very low

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  15. I need a 12 gauge to 17 Hornet adapter built (18 inch )…..do you do “special” orders?,
    Thanks and keep up the good work.

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    • At this time We are not able to do custom special orders but I will make a not to look into that round for future inserts.Thank you for your interest.

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  16. This is two part. First a request, I would like to see a 12ga. Muzzle loading insert. I think it would basically be a steel shot shell that would smooth the transition from chamber to the barrel so it could effectively load from barrel with fiber and card wads.
    The other is a quick product review. Recently recieved a 8 inch 20 ga to 357 mag insert and installed it in an old Savage 24C. The sights are poor, the trigger breaks at about 8 pounds and the shooter is 72. I was able to shoot 2 inch groups with everything from 38 wadcutters to fairly hot 357 mag rounds at 25 yards. I was resting against a tree and the groups were a few inches right of poa, that’s what adjustable sights are for. Very happy with it for first efforts. I did learn you have to remember to keep the barrel pointed down when open.

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  17. 12ga to 308 would open up more customers i think. i have purchased the 45/70 and never seen anything cooler, i honestly love it everyone els does to but they prefer 308 hope to see it soon ill be first in line. im still pondering on my next choice…

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  18. Is a 12 ga. Muzzle loading insert that fills the chamber feasible? I have tried a competitors version but it is too short and the wads loosely fit in the chamber where the normal shell fills. This allows gas blow by and makes lousy patterns. The patterns are checked on a patterning board, the reason for the poor showing is my opinion but you can feel the wads drop into the chamber. I’m looking to inexpensively get new shooters into ML shotguns.

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  19. So I have the 12ga -> .327 Federal in 5″. Snapped it up the moment I saw it. I’d rather it was 18″. It’s a super versatile chambering and the longer length should really benefit the whole .32 family. I’d buy the longer length in an instant.

    12ga -> .223 sounds interesting to me as well.

    Looking forward to growing my collection of your excellent offerings even further.

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  20. Hello chad.Looking to order rifled 5 inchers.
    12 to 9mm
    12 to 22lr
    410 to 22.

    18 inchers are great, but will not fit in most pouch shell holders.Preppers or SHTFers need something smaller/portable ,grab and go.Example.
    Depring MOLLE Tactical 25 Rounds Shotshell Pouch Holder Compact Foldable Shotgun Reload Ammo Mag Bag Quick Access Shotgun Shell Carrier.link below.I hope this helps

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M9JCU76/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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