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How does one remove the barrel from an Exemplar 22 Hornet?
I drove out the two pins but the barrel remains firm in the receiver.

Mark
 
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don`t know bout the hornet but the rimfires are pressed in,plus they have a .005 taper


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That is what it looked like to me, through the scope base holes I can not see threads on the barrel shank.

Mark
 
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They normally have a compound on them and they are pressed in.
 
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Thank you gentlemen,
I will give it a try in the morning

Mark.
 
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It came right out!
We made a fixture to hold it in the hydraulic press and the barrel came out with little effort.

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Mark,

curious as to why your pulling the barrel as the Anschutz in 22 hornet are pretty rare.

Rick
 
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Mark,

curious as to why your pulling the barrel as the Anschutz in 22 hornet are pretty rare.

Rick


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I have done jobs that would be considered crimes against humanity. I rebarreled a Hi Wall in R2 Lovell, the coolest cartridge ever, to a Swift. I cut a Parker shotgun to 18".

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Too bad, I would of loved to have it and local too. He may be making it into a switch barrel (sorta), drop it in the exemplar stock for a pistol or drop it in a rifle stock for a rifle.

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