Matched Target and Semi Drop In barrel fitting.wmv

Matched Target and Semi Drop In barrel fitting.wmv

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hello this curved stone of Barstow precision I'd like to go over some of the differences between our semi drop-in or our match target barrels and the advantages of both first we'll go over on our XD barrels for a match target barrel there's going to be material on this under lug here and on this length of lock for our semi drop-in barrel in this configuration this material is going to be less here and almost two drop in position here if you need to do
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the fitting on it you would remove material from this flat it locks up on the flat in the frame and from this forward portion that locks into the slide our semi drop in barrels generally have our oversize but they generally have just enough material to where the where the barrel should drop into the firearm probably 75% of the time on if you required fitting you can always call us or you can if you see this video you
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can see that you need to move it from here and from here the advantages between a semi dropping in a matched target are usually seen at 50 yards not at 25 as much you have a the difference at 25 is usually quarter to a half an inch but it shows up more 50 yards the match target will take a loose gun and tighten it up completely so if you have a firearm that you've shot a lot and you want to up you want to bring it back to life sort of speak
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get and squeeze all the last bit of accuracy out of it the match nerd it's the way to go on a newer gun semi drop-in unless you're trying to shoot bullseye at 50 will give you somewhere in the neighborhood of an inch to an inch and a half at 25 yards depending on the gun and at 50 yards should give you around three inches at fifty three and a half depending on the gun match target should be an inch or better at 25 yards and should be about two and a half or better at 50 yards depending on the fire
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