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In this video, Ray from Moss Pawn & Gun goes over the process of pinning and welding a muzzle device to a rifle barrel. If you want to learn more about gunsmithing or become one please check out Sonoran Desert Institute at the link above. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “How to Pin & Weld

  1. So just to confirm since this is what it looks like you did in the video, it’s okay to chop a barrel down on a “rifle” below 16 inches, if your intention is to then immediately pin and weld something else on it to make it longer?

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