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    Uzi tri-lug barrel

    Anyone have a low down on where I can get one?

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    smg, sa, mini?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Member13 View Post
    smg, sa, mini?
    Semi auto, full size

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    At this point, it would be easiest to buy one of the 1/2-28 threaded "FBI" length bbls for sale, buy a 3-lug adaptor, and rocksett / sliver solder it in place. You'd just have to make some minor relief cuts to your bbl. nut to clear the lugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by COJeff View Post
    Anyone have a low down on where I can get one?
    Richard with BWE had them before the pandemic. I've actually had an order in since April 2020, but he wasn't able to get barrel blanks during the pandemic. And then he went through (and is continuing to go through) some tough times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Villafuego View Post
    At this point, it would be easiest to buy one of the 1/2-28 threaded "FBI" length bbls for sale, buy a 3-lug adaptor, and rocksett / sliver solder it in place. You'd just have to make some minor relief cuts to your bbl. nut to clear the lugs
    ^this right here.
    I'd rocksett it.

    Here is one.
    https://www.robertrtg.com/store/pc/U...28-22p6539.htm
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    Tactical has the the threaded SA in stock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Villafuego View Post
    At this point, it would be easiest to buy one of the 1/2-28 threaded "FBI" length bbls for sale, buy a 3-lug adaptor, and rocksett / sliver solder it in place. You'd just have to make some minor relief cuts to your bbl. nut to clear the lugs
    This is exactly what I did a few days ago. Ordered from Pikes and added a 3 lug w/threads for a screw on suppressor.

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    How good are these pikes barrels?
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    I'm considering picking up a spare barrel, threading it if it's not already, and then putting a barrel nut on it and rocksetting on a 3 lug mount on it so I don't even have to worry about making cuts to the nut or modifying the original one.

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    Smart workarounds... sucks that no one has them in stock to purchase! Noticed the aftermarket ones (non-3 lug) listed as made from 4140 or 4150 steel. Does anyone know what type of metal the original IMI or FN made barrels were made from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greekplaya990 View Post
    I'm considering picking up a spare barrel, threading it if it's not already, and then putting a barrel nut on it and rocksetting on a 3 lug mount on it so I don't even have to worry about making cuts to the nut or modifying the original one.
    When I bought a MAC11-380, part of the package deal included a welded, subgun size (AWC Agenda Six) silencer that has an endcap with 5/8-11 threads. The same silencer is also sold for MAC 9mm subguns with the appropriately threaded endcap. I bought an 8-5/8 in. long Uzi 9mm barrel with 1/2-28 M threads, and a 1/2-28 F to 5/8-11 M thread adapter so I can use the silencer on the Uzi shooting 9mm as well as on the MAC shooting .380 ACP. The adapter brings the total barrel length out to about standard Uzi barrel length, and I just leave a 5/8-11 thread protector on it.

    MHO, YMMV, etc.

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