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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbrewer74 View Post
    When I click on the links they take me to Cerrosafe Ignot.
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    I just opened the both from the copied Quote bubble from my Post, no problem, MauserLarry opened them too. They are a Brownell's Article. Maybe try a copy & paste or your browser is blocking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbrewer74 View Post
    I was asking about the gauges you can buy for an AR15 when you install a new barrel.
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    A Forum discussion on your specific questions:
    https://www.ar15.com/forums/ar-15/Wh...ace-/4-703896/
    https://www.m4carbine.net/archive/in...p/t-69946.html
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    My understanding is if you change the barrel or install a barrel, you should check on an AR. Seems the same would be true for the bolt but not sure about that????

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    I am thinking of getting a set in 7.62x39 since I have a rifle or two in that chambering and there is no good reason to trust some one that is working under less than voluntary conditions with something critical when I do not have to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildrider666 View Post
    Here ya go or no go. Lol You should find your application within.

    Part One
    https://www.brownells.com/aspx/learn...aspx?lid=12555
    Part Two
    https://www.brownells.com/aspx/learn...aspx?lid=10389
    I found the links through Google. I am not sure why I am having a problem with these links, but great info. Thanks.

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    Originally Posted by wildrider666 View Post
    Here ya go or no go. Lol You should find your application within.

    Part One
    https://www.brownells.com/aspx/learn...aspx?lid=12555
    Part Two
    https://www.brownells.com/aspx/learn...aspx?lid=10389

    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbrewer74 View Post
    I found the links through Google. I am not sure why I am having a problem with these links, but great info. Thanks.

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    I did not check, but MidwayUSA has some good gunsmithing videos on youtube and perhaps there is one on the correct use headspace gauges.

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    Factory mil-spec barrels are head-spaced and checked before they leave the factory, same with the bolts. I really doubt you'd ever need to have a factory mil-spec barrel head-spaced. But, if you did happen to get one that was built on a Monday, it'd probably be the bolt that would be out moreso than the barrel, so you'd probably just need to swap the bolt out with another one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroed in View Post
    Factory mil-spec barrels are head-spaced and checked before they leave the factory, same with the bolts. I really doubt you'd ever need to have a factory mil-spec barrel head-spaced. But, if you did happen to get one that was built on a Monday, it'd probably be the bolt that would be out moreso than the barrel, so you'd probably just need to swap the bolt out with another one.
    Actually a press barrel fixed AK has the gauge or similar inserted and then a hole through the trunnion is drilled for the rivet which fixes the barrel in place and if the chinese, egyptian, Romanian worker and machine set up was right, then all is well. The 7.62x39 is a lower pressure cartridge so being a little excess in tolerances is maybe not so bad. But is better to know since I may do some reloading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrommerStop View Post
    Actually a press barrel fixed AK has the gauge or similar inserted and then a hole through the trunnion is drilled for the rivet which fixes the barrel in place and if the chinese, egyptian, Romanian worker and machine set up was right, then all is well. The 7.62x39 is a lower pressure cartridge so being a little excess in tolerances is maybe not so bad. But is better to know since I may do some reloading.
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    Yeah, well I was referring to the AR15's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroed in View Post
    Yeah, well I was referring to the AR15's.
    The ARs are the easy button in rifles these days. I suspected that was what you were referring too and did add the bit on AKs and SKSs that I own to give a fuller picture. HK designs are really different.

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