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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by barth, May 25, 2012.
Barth Six Barrels
Is there a hidden meaning or message with the Indian. Looks like he was impacted with a Storm Lake Barrel, que no?
Barth Six Barrels is the name I've given myself since I've had this affliction with buying multiple barrels for my guns.
The Indian image is my vision of my Ancient Indian Spirit Guide
that I channel when buying barrels.
Out of curiosity how much have you spent on barrels?
Now why do you have to spoil a perfectly good day with a question like that?
P220 45 4.4 = 200
P220 45 5.47 = 115
P220 45 5.10 = 208
G27 409 3.46" = 120
G27 409 4.02" = 145
G27 40 4.02" = 145
G27 357 3.46" = 175
G27 357 4.16" = 208
P239 357 4.16" = 260
Total = $1576
, you know since your six barrels technically you should be posting pics of all six barrels
Judging by your avatar, I thought you were describing your carburetor!
The Shelby GT-H is fuel injected.
I do remember in the 70s, in high school,
some of the Dodge Challengers had three two barrel carbs.
The set up was called a Six Pack.
Barth- you have inspired me to get a 357Sig barrel for my G27.
Question: do you find any accuracy difference between the factory length G33 (3.46") barrel and the Factory length G32 (4.02") barrel in a G27?
I was looking at the 5" Lone Wolf G32 barrel (that should fit a G27) but my concern would be the barrel unlocking before the bullet exited degrading accuracy.
Last question: do you find any barrel to be more accurate than the factory Glock Bbl in 357sig?
I have owned and shot both the Factory G32 & G33 in the past and found them to be very accurate, but am always interested in a better mouse trap.
Can you explain why you buy so many barrels? Not hating, I just don't get it...at all...
Please identify the American Indian in the photo. It's a handsome and historic profile of a bygone era.
I do. I had 4 at one time, then just stop caring, and sold them. I should have got the 9x25 instead of the wimpy ass .357 sig.
I get the idea of having different calibers, but I thought barth listed different barrel lengths in the same caliber. I don't understand why you'd want 3 45acp barrels differing in length by fractions of an inch, especially not to the point of spending $1500 on the hobby.
Different strokes, of course.
A peace pipe?
This vision here suits you more for leading you on your journey through the barrel world. Plus he has a sweeter mullet and his name is Sixkiller.