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Posted: 10/23/2013 8:22:26 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/28/2013 12:36:22 PM EDT by graysonp]
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Wood dowels.
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Originally Posted By helmutlent:
Wood dowels.
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This is what I was going to say, or some kind of PVC pipe.
Link Posted: 10/23/2013 8:28:40 AM EDT
Machinist or bar stock or tube and a die, Brownells has the die as I recall, I suggest aluminum bar or tube for the ease of threading.
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check out a local fastener store.





we have a place called automotive fasteners that you can get about any type of bolt.

you probably will have some type of store like it in your area.

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Originally Posted By VacaDuck:


Try here
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Looks like description is showing 20tpi.    Perhaps it is 28" long?



 
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Originally Posted By hanau:
check out a local fastener store.

we have a place called automotive fasteners that you can get about any type of bolt.
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I bet Fastenal has them.
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Originally Posted By Bob243:
Looks like description is showing 20tpi.    Perhaps it is 28" long?
 
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Originally Posted By VacaDuck:
Try here
Looks like description is showing 20tpi.    Perhaps it is 28" long?
 


Missed that.  Possible you're right.
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I could make you a few for a sparrow..
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[Last Edit: 10/23/2013 8:45:46 AM EDT by ShooterPatriot]
1/2-28 dies for 22 bucks

1/2 28 die

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Threaded rod



Cap screw



Mcmaster.com - they are good people, used them for years for all kinds of stuff.


Link Posted: 10/23/2013 8:46:51 AM EDT
grainger or mcmaster-carr
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Originally Posted By us-kiwi:
Threaded rod

Cap screw

Mcmaster.com - they are good people, used them for years for all kinds of stuff.
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They are 1/2-20   OP needs  1/2-28
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I don't think two 1/4x28s can take the place of a 1/2x28  
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It sounds like more effort than it is worth.   Also could lead to crossthreading/damage and wear on the suppressor threads.
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Your best bet is probably just to get some 1/2 cold rolled rod or some tubing with a 1/2 inch od and thread them yourself.  Should look nicer too as you will only have the thread length you need.
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I have a lathe, I can make you something...

You might contact a place like ADCO that shortens barrels, bet they have a ton of scrap barrel ends in the trash.

IM me if you want
Link Posted: 10/23/2013 9:12:53 AM EDT
Best I could find. It has threads on each end that you could cut off. Local to you too! Good luck.

http://www.dsuban.com/1-2-X-28-Threaded-Rod-p11464.html
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Originally Posted By YaMaMa:
I have a lathe, I can make you something...

You might contact a place like ADCO that shortens barrels, bet they have a ton of scrap barrel ends in the trash.

IM me if you want
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Best idea yet
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Originally Posted By thebeekeeper1:
This is odd to my ignant mind--
If they are "1/2 X 28" why does it specify "20 tpi"?  
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Originally Posted By 1Tribe:

Best I could find. It has threads on each end that you could cut off. Local to you too! Good luck.



http://www.dsuban.com/1-2-X-28-Threaded-Rod-p11464.html






This is odd to my ignant mind--




1/2 X 28 Threaded Rod, Oil Finish, 20 tpi




If they are "1/2 X 28" why does it specify "20 tpi"?  
1/2 " diameter, by 28" long, threaded 20 tpi  



 
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Originally Posted By GreenM4Guy:


Like this?
http://i277.photobucket.com/albums/kk76/odm4/DSC00214.jpg


I have lots how many you want?

IM or Email me.
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Originally Posted By JAGERBOMBER:
Originally Posted By YaMaMa:
I have a lathe, I can make you something...

You might contact a place like ADCO that shortens barrels, bet they have a ton of scrap barrel ends in the trash.

IM me if you want



Best idea yet


Like this?
http://i277.photobucket.com/albums/kk76/odm4/DSC00214.jpg


I have lots how many you want?

IM or Email me.



Yeah I'm smart
Link Posted: 10/23/2013 11:29:54 AM EDT
Don't know if you have one around, but try Fastenal .  Local stores in Okla.
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Originally Posted By ShooterPatriot:
They are 1/2-20   OP needs  1/2-28
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Originally Posted By ShooterPatriot:



Originally Posted By us-kiwi:

Threaded rod



Cap screw



Mcmaster.com - they are good people, used them for years for all kinds of stuff.





They are 1/2-20   OP needs  1/2-28
Duh.



My bad. Reading without my glasses. Getting old sucks.





 
Link Posted: 10/23/2013 5:10:34 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/23/2013 5:11:04 PM EDT by Zardoz]
n/m, covered already (naturally)
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Wow that is cool!
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No offense, but for a display item you should have had them TIG welded or at a minimum hit with a small grinding wheel.

Those welds are kinda
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