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Need Internal Hard Chrome Plating of Shotgun Barrels




I have a set of Beretta over/under shotgun barrels that will be back-bored, polished, threads cut and choke-tubes installed by Briley (Texas). Back-boring will remove the current hard chrome lining in the bores. I require new hard chrome plating in both bores after Briley completes their work. The original hard chrome in the chambers will remain following Briley's work, and area of the threads for their choke-tubes should not be hard chromed to ensure that the choke-tubes will still fit after the bores have been plated.

I have had the forcing cones lengthened and polished. I did not have any back boring done. I believe that this process did remove the hard chrome in the chamber as well as the forcing cones.

William D. Nielsen
Hunter/Shooter - Clark, South Dakota, USA
2006




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