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Old 08-20-2018, 01:07 PM   #1
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Default 2 piece double barrel barrels ?? NOT down the middle either

Looking for a double for cowboy shooting.

Most of what I can find on the cheap ones, it seems the chamber and the barrel are 2 separate parts and welded/soldered together?? Like SA 1911 barrels a while back (dont know if they are still 2 pcs or not)

Has anyone heard this?

I cant really find any hard facts in it, but the pictures sure show a line around them right at the end of the chambers.


Old American ones dont have the line.

What have the lines and appear to be 1 piece.
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Noticed this on an over and under also. Turkey made shotgun.

The chamber is a different metal than the barrels. Has a faint line where the 2 are joined.

My old Ithaca 1906 double is not this way.

Anyone know why they do this? I assume it must be safe and they must last, but WHY?
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