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KJ Works, KC-02 (Ruger 10/22) Thread

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The front of the standard outer barrel is threaded -14mm with a cap to cover it and protect the thread, the threaded section is also removeable as it forms the end of the outer barrel and has flats cut into it to use a wrench on this is clockwise threaded so watch out when you tighten down a silencer (-14mm) you may unscrew the threaded barrel end!

 

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Black: Just have a whirl, it isn't too tricky, honest, you may have to wait a while for a video ;)! Fishing line and a spare pair of hands is key I think. But would love to see how others did it!

 

Mighty Jebus:- 14mm = 0.551 inches - according to Mr Google.

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I dont think the thread will work, but I bet if you ask around on here someone could make you one that would fit, or be able to adapt it in some manner.

 

Jim

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Jebus, I could've sworn that G&P makes a comp just like that one.

They do a KAC one which is very similar, but not quite what he's after I think. Also this won't fit since it's got a diameter of about 12.7mm you would need someone with access to a lathe to bore it out and rethread it.

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They do a KAC one which is very similar, but not quite what he's after I think. Also this won't fit since it's got a diameter of about 12.7mm you would need someone with access to a lathe to bore it out and rethread it.

 

well that's one option however I'm going for the brute strength and ignorance route and I'll drill it out to 13.5mm and then thread it on a steel 14mm barrel. simple and effective or stupid and knackered are the 2 likely outcomes.

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Lol Brute force usually wins, you could also grind it out, fit a threaded collar inside the new cavity and press it to fit?

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We have some talented engineers on the forum, I would be surprised if they couldn't make one from scratch for less than that costs

 

(with the correct thread already...) There could be a fair market for 10/22 parts, you could ask Lees Precision Engineering?

 

 

Jim

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you're right there are a fair few talented engineers on here, it probably could be done for less, there is indeed a large market for the 10/22 and I actually have access to a very good engineer who could do it in about a week..... or I could attack it with a large drill. :P

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rightio,

 

Got my free 10/22 (thanks Redwolf!) and I've spent the day fitting a new stock and iron sights. As thought the front comp doesn't fit so I'll look at options to make it fit. Fitting the stock was a pain but it's in there now. I need a certain bolt as I'm using a screw to hold it to the stock at the front. Internally stock but I'll need to downgrade it which I think is mentioned earlier in this thread.

 

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and very good they are to!

 

Thought I'd update the pictures as I have modded it slightly.

 

Lower scope mounts

chopped the RIS rail to a smaller size

moved the rear sight backwards

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I either need to fill in the 2 small holes on top of the barrel or replace the whole barrel with one of the longer ones. I haven't quite decided which way to go yet.

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