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    T8 mod 1/2 unf thread with spare bushing

    As above really. Not bad condition, not rusted out. Will post pics later
    I don't know what they go for but I'll say £80 and if that's wrong can someone let me know. Thanks

    .30 cal, sorry
    Last edited by teyhan1; 14-01-2013 at 13:52.
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    Hi, just to help with your sale. You may want to add what caliber your mod is for. It should be stamped near the bushing.

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    if it is a 243 i might have it

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    Sorry, ad amended. .30 cal and it is on ticket, like they should be as per forum rules
    “Man surprised me most about humanity. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money.Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future; he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”........Dalai Lama

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    That a shame
    I have a slot for a 243 and a 308 but i have a 308

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Mills View Post
    That a shame
    I have a slot for a 243 and a 308 but i have a 308
    Won't this fit a .243? I thought the .30cal T8 was up to and including .30cal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by iainfarthing View Post
    Won't this fit a .243? I thought the .30cal T8 was up to and including .30cal...

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    I suppose it could be used. But surely the sound reduction would suffer?

    Maybe we ought to ask this question in the equipment section? Apologies to the OP.

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    Won't this fit a .243? I thought the .30cal T8 was up to and including .30cal...


    Mine was on my 22-250 and now on my 308, as long as you havwe a big hole and not a wee hole and a big bullet you will be fine. Up to 30 CAL means just that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reload View Post
    I suppose it could be used. But surely the sound reduction would suffer?

    Maybe we ought to ask this question in the equipment section? Apologies to the OP.
    I'm pretty sure that the T8 I had on my .243 Tikka was for .30cal, and that shot beautifully.

    There's .065" difference between the (already quieter) .243 and the .308 so noise shouldn't be a major issue

    No apologies to OP as this might help with a sale to Gary Mills... Gary - get your wallet out

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    Borrowed from the Refex site.
    Hole measured at 8.5mm

    Baffle hole diameter Standard baffle apertures are 7.5 mm , 8,5 mm, 10,5 mm and 13.0 mm. As a rule, the bullet caliber (bullet actual diameter ) plus at least one millimetre gives the exit aperture diameter.

    • 7.5 mm hole takes 222, 223, 22-250, 6mm, 243, etc.
    • 8.5 mm hole takes 6.5mm 270, 7mm, 308 , 30-06 etc.
    • 10.5 mm hole takes 9.3mm, 338 etc.
    • 13 mm hole takes 45-70 etc.
    • The reinforced "magnum" model (stamped "M") for cartridges above 30-06 case capacity has 10.5 mm exit aperture as standard (other aperture sizes to special order).

    The smaller the baffle hole diameter the better the sound suppression, but the difference between each of the above hole size increments is only 1 or 2 dB. In general, it is better to reduce the sound by adding more baffles than risk making the baffle holes too small.


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