Rechambering

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  1. oldman1951

    oldman1951 Silver $$ Contributor

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    Could a 9mm Carbine barrel be rechambered to a 357 Sig caliber? Both shoot a .355 projectile. The reason I ask is because Just Right Carbine discontinued their 357 Sig, but still have the 9mm. If yes, who would you recommend for the work?
     
  2. Sniper338

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    Id assume so..
     
  3. joshb

    joshb Gold $$ Contributor

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    Are the base dimensions the same?
     
  4. oldman1951

    oldman1951 Silver $$ Contributor

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    What do you mean by base dimensions?
     
  5. linebaugh

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    357 sig is a 40 or 45 acp parent case. Not sure what you are trying to accomplish but a 9mm has a different rim diameter. As for the barrel internal dimensions working, yes it would work.
     
  6. oldman1951

    oldman1951 Silver $$ Contributor

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    Yes, 357 uses the 40 as parent. Just Right Carbine no longer sells the 357 Sig. I have a JRC in 40, and would like to convert to 357 Sig. All that should be required is a Sig barrel.Mag, bolt, and receiver will work from the 40.
     

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