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Old 09-19-2019, 12:05 AM
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Is the T Bolt barrel a press fit to the action or a screw fit.

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Really…… Is this a bad question or is it my stupidity. I have searched and not found any info on this question so I thought I would ask here. So no one has done a barrel swap.... I guess thats OK....
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I have no idea. I would like to know the answer as well.
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What does Browning have to say about how they attach the barrel?
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It looks like a screw fit.
Part #26 is a receiver pin. To assure alignment, perhaps?
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Looking at the Browning parts diagram, it appears to have threads. However, Browning only sells them assembled as a 'barreled receiver'. Changing a barrel may be something the 'average joe' might not be able to do properly.
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https://www.practicalmachinist.com/v...emoval-204394/ This may help a bit . WJR
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