RECOIL LUG .750

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  1. ericskennard

    ericskennard

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    Any ideas where I can get a recoil lug for a .750 threaded barrel????????????

    I am using a pretty heavy barrel on a Stiller X2500.
     
  2. mudduck

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    The square tang of the 2500 was intended to be the recoil lug. Prob have to have a custom one made for the 3/4 tenon if you really want one. Possibly could use a bushing to size one down I guess
     
  3. Ggmac

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    Numrich , made for 410 shotguns , will need to be surface ground . They also have unfinished lugs with a 3/4 hole .
     
  4. ericskennard

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    Yes and it has a large rectangular cut out underneath to make a recoil lug in the bedding material. However with this rifle build I am trying to duplicate the feel of a client's F-Class open rifle. I will be using a Lilja barrel cut in a Heavy Varmit taper. This barrel will finish at 28" or 30". That is a lot of weight to put on the .750 barrel tenon.

    Stick Stark at S&S built one for Mike Dana about 5 years ago. That rifle is a laser beam. We tried 9 different types of ammo in it and it shot all of them.
     

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  5. ericskennard

    ericskennard

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    Still trying to come up with a source for barrel recoil lug that will fit on a .750 threaded tenon.
     
  6. hogpatrol

    hogpatrol Gold $$ Contributor

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    Try Dave Kiff at PT&G.
     
  7. Dave L Kiff

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    Any type, any size on sale through our Website and Store, Thanks for the info
     
  8. Tim s

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    Not for nothing but you don't need, nor should you want a lug with that setup.
     
  9. HuskerP7M8

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    Agree!

    Landy
     
  10. Intell

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    It's not needed, and will probably hurt accuracy vs help it. Most guys using 40x's remove them and don't replace them when they are rebarreled
     

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