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    DM80.17 1/2"X20unf

    Dm80, mark 2 reflex style mint condition with neoprene cover will fit standard & varmint barrel,came of a cz.
    80 posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickjupp View Post
    Dm80, mark 2 reflex style mint condition with neoprene cover will fit standard & varmint barrel,came of a cz.
    80 posted.
    If it was 3 thou bigger. Want one for 204.
    Bugger

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    All pm's replied too,
    Thanks.

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    I'll see if it can be drilled out on Monday. If it can I'll have it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bri2506 View Post
    If it was 3 thou bigger. Want one for 204.
    Bugger
    inside diameter is 0.212 but would have to be confirmed by a suitably qualified person.

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    being a good friend of DM80 and i have done tests on a lot of Daves moderators and posted reports with full specs and pictures etc.

    sadly this is not built to withstand the pressure of a 204, i have one of DM80s mods here on my .20tac(posh 204) and its way bigger than this,

    this moderator is built to be used on both 22lr 17hmr and 22wmr, anything more than this will damage both the rifle and the moderater beyond repair.(take it from me) i know who they blow up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobjs View Post
    being a good friend of DM80 and i have done tests on a lot of Daves moderators and posted reports with full specs and pictures etc.

    sadly this is not built to withstand the pressure of a 204, i have one of DM80s mods here on my .20tac(posh 204) and its way bigger than this,

    this moderator is built to be used on both 22lr 17hmr and 22wmr, anything more than this will damage both the rifle and the moderater beyond repair.(take it from me) i know who they blow up.

    bob.
    well there is the answer from the suitably qualified person.thanks bobjs for clarifying that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickjupp View Post
    well there is the answer from the suitably qualified person.thanks bobjs for clarifying that.
    you are most welcome sir.

    i just wanted to let you know, by the way if i was in a better possition job wise i would have had this of you, cracking mods and built to last.

    kind regards

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