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I've never used the wax barrel spacer mod, but now I'm considering trying it out for all my guns.

I just need to make sure I have the process down before I proceed.



Is this correct?
 

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Yes it is correct! ;) Leave a bit at the end of the barrel though, use a second barrel spacer for the other end if you have two lying around.

For those of you who don't know, the electrical tape and teflon tape is used so that you can still remove the inner barrel.
 

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Just wrap your barrel in the teflon tape, you don't need the electric tape in there. With that extra space you might as well not even do the spacer.


The way I did mine, as it is really hard to pour a little bit down the outer barrel. Because if you try to pour it all down there at once, you are not going to get the inner barrel straight.

Do a little bit, then put the muzzle cap back on.....let it cool, and do it again...and again....and again...and again. Work it up so you can make sure that it is nice and straight.
 

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Is the inner barrel wrapped lightly with teflon (1-2 wraps) or what would you suggest?
 

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Thank you Woogie :tup:

I'll do it ASAP :)

Just for reference, did you see noticeable differences compared to other barrel spacer mods?

And thank you once more. :shot:
 

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SilentScope, if you haven't started yet, you should take photographs of your progress and make a guide. ;)

I saw noticeable differences, the same as any full-length barrel spacer, really.
 

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:nuts: If I look around other forums and no one has made a guide, I may make one.

It may be a long while though! Broken camera :ashamed:

Thanks for the info :tup:
 
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