Steyr CLll rebarreling.

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Mr. Gain

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Having looked at the parts diagram in the manual, the barrel has a normal threaded tenon plus a locking ring and a safety collar. I believe the main issue in removing/fitting a new barrel is acquiring or fabricating the box-spannery tool for removing the locking ring.
 

Totsy

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Having looked at the parts diagram in the manual, the barrel has a normal threaded tenon plus a locking ring and a safety collar. I believe the main issue in removing/fitting a new barrel is acquiring or fabricating the box-spannery tool for removing the locking ring.
Thank you. Why didn’t I read the manual!!!
 

BLUEROLL

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Anyone had their CLll rebarreled? Apparently the barrel is swaged into the action?
I think it is very similar to my Prohunter SBS action and can recommend Neil McKillop for a re-barrel job. He stuck a Bartlein 5R on my 243 and its brilliant, bonus is I can switch from 80gr TTSX to 85gr Sierra with no need for adjustment of POI.
 

Totsy

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Yes Blueroll, you are right. Threaded barrel with a lock ring by the looks of things, just like the pro hunter. Dropping of to Neil in the next few days.
extending my .243 to 25” 1:8 for the same copper as yourself.
 
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