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Re: OT: 30-06 Options

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Pete76NY

02-19-2013 01:55:05
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Actually ya both are kinda wrong and kinda right: the SB1 action is what the shotguns are...it can be matched to certain lower pressure rifle calibers; 45-70 being one and a few others, but not the high pressure rounds such as 30-06.
The SB2 is what you get when you buy a HP rifle caliber and can mate to virtually ANY barrel they offer including the shotgun barrels
It may be that Old"s guns since they are older had an action that was capable of handling the higher pressure rounds, I am not that familiar with their history. I do know that my Father owns several of the guns, each with a few different barrels, they are all excellent shooters...I really like the .22 Hornet!

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RGMartin

02-20-2013 04:03:49
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 Re: OT: 30-06 Options in reply to Pete76NY, 02-19-2013 01:55:05  
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They will not put any barrels on SB2(rifle) frames made after 2000, as they were made out of house they they have concerns over their integrity. They will put the 357 and 44 barrels on SB1(shotgun) frames as far back as 1987. I just inquired about one of my 1993 SB1 frames with H&R/NEF/Remington.

That said putting any high intensity rifle cartridge on a cast iron SB1 is like playing Russian roulette.
Call H&R/Remington, they will tell you exactly the same thing. 1-866-776-9292

http://www.hr1871.com/support/accessoryprogram.asp

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Rich_WI

02-19-2013 20:07:11
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 Re: OT: 30-06 Options in reply to Pete76NY, 02-19-2013 01:55:05  
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No Pete, Im not kinda wrong. Read the link I posted, its the manufactors website and its real clear. Old claimed he bought a shotgun.... well, thats a shotgun reciever and H&R wont put a rifle barrel on a shotgun reciever. H&R dont sell barrels to gunsmiths anymore, so Old cant get a rifle barrel that way either. You cant get a barrel over the counter... so no rifle barrel that way.

If Old's shotguns are older, he cant get any barrels for them. H&R wont put a barrel on any rifle reciever older than model year 2000. They wont put any shotgun barrel on anything older than 1987. The eliminates any thought that Olds shotguns are somehow older and could get a barrel that way.
I already clarified my statements about rifle barrels, I remembered that they did put a couple "rifle" barrels on shotgun frames. Problem is, those "rifle" barrels were chambered in pistol cartridges. Low pressure rounds and hardly close to what Old was claiming, which is adding a high pressure 30-06 barrel on a shotgun reciever.

Trust me though Pete, I am 100% positive that as I type this, Olds guns are undergoing a miraculous change and very soon, they will somehow become rifle recievers that were sold to Old as shotguns. :roll: Just wait and watch....

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