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    Best & quickest AR15 barrel chop & rethread smith

    I have a SSLMT MRP barrel I want to get cut from 16 to 14.5. No port mods, just a chop and rethread it true.

    Who is currently the recommended best with least turn around time for this? Im not worried about paying more for a fast turn around.

    Thanks in advance

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    Contact John at Retro Arms Works. Im not sure if hell do a chop and thread but it wouldnt surprise me if he did and he was super fast to deal with. I have a thread about using his shop from the last two or three months I think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bourne911 View Post
    I have a SSLMT MRP barrel I want to get cut from 16 to 14.5. No port mods, just a chop and rethread it true.

    Who is currently the recommended best with least turn around time for this? Im not worried about paying more for a fast turn around.

    Thanks in advance
    Im not sure what his turnaround time is but it is absolutely worth the call. If you want The Best. The Jedi Master of Barrelogy...

    Hes done cut downs for a buddy of mine, several in fact, and some ball milling for me that was just beautiful craftsmanship. Marvin can cut down and rethread, re-profile, flute, ball mill, cerakote and quite a bit more. Ive got a price sheet if you want I can email it to you. I think his prices are fair, but his work is worth it regardless.

    Call him and see what his turnaround time is.

    Marvin Pitts - (479)*244-9334


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    +1 on Marvin Pitts.
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