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Cogswell & Harrison barrels.....

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    hi all, would anyone have or know where i can get my hands on some barrells for a COGSWELL & HARRISON 12-BORE BOXLOCK EJECTOR. Would like to buy to complete this loverly gun. Many thanks in advance.

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    This is not a modern CNC machined item and it's barrels are unlikely to be interchangeable with another pair. Frankly, you are likely to be in 'uneconomic to repair' territory.

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    Sorry to say but sounds like a scrapper..

     

    You can pick C&Hs up for little money so that would be your best bet I think unless the gun is serious sentimental value and then Teagues would line the tubes for you but recon that'd cost about a grand or more.

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    Sorry to say but sounds like a scrapper..

    You can pick C&Hs up for little money so that would be your best bet I think unless the gun is serious sentimental value and then Teagues would line the tubes for you but recon that'd cost about a grand or more.

    Don't think barrel lining is an option now, I believe Teague have stopped doing it.

    I reckon the only viable (cost wise) option would be sleeving....if the gun is a suitable candidate for the procedure?

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    Hi, yes have the original barrells but they have been cut/deproofed.....

    What is cut and de proofed ? Where have they been cut? If you have the breech end of the barrels it should be possible to have these sleeved.

     

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    If its been deactivated not much chance of getting it back to usable condition.

     

    If its been cut off after the chambers your most economic option is to get it sleeved ( still looking at over £1000 quid )

     

    its not impossible to find a set of barrels from another gun which may be worked down to fit this gun; it is however very unlikely and would require very skilled labour in order to achieve this and an associated cost.

     

    Look into getting it sleeved.

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