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Number
A
B
C
D
E
F
Description
R1
23,24,26,28,33
1.24
0.79
2.20
2.35
0.95
Varmint
R2
22,24,26
1.24
0.67
2.20
2.35
0.95
Varmint Lightweight
R3
22,24
1.18
0.66
1.12
10.0
0.70
Sporter
R4
26
1.24
0.83
2.2
2.35
0.95
PSS

Hi could anyone please explain to me were the measurements are taken from on the barrel I can figure out A is the length and C is the end ,also would anyone know the  weight and the difference in weight between lightweight varmint and varmint both finished at 24 inches.

Thanks

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My guess would be F at the action and C at the muzzle

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If you could post who’s table it was then it might help, but here’s my guess:

B diameter of tennon

D length of tennon 

after that you’re on your own ?

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Just found that this is the Border barrel profiles page, bit naff , most barrel makers give a nice drawing that then makes sense of the dimensions and remove ambiguity thus:

http://benchmark-barrels.com/Benchmark_Barrels/Benchmark_Barrels_-_Contours.html

Terry

 

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It's Border Barrels, specifically their 'swamped barrel' countours. It would help if they aided customers with a diagram - everyone else does!

 

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Email them & they will send you the diagram you are after ..

 

if if you search the net, you will find it , but here it is 

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You should not have to ‘go search’, but it’s not my company so not really my place to comment I suppose?

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On 1/3/2018 at 7:20 PM, stephentri said:

On the border barrels chart would the R1 be the equivalent of the Remington sendero profile.

Stephen, 

Its R4, Sendero profile has muzzle dia of .830”.

http://www.shilen.com/contours.html

standardRifle.jpg

Screenshot_20180130-084721.png

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