I seem to recall that may be the same gun as a Stevens 416.
Most of those guns did not have drilled and tapped recievers. They did have drilled and tapped barrels for old style target scopes. You will probably do better to take it to a competent gunsmith and have him drill and tap it to fit a currently available scope base.
you will have to have a gunsmith check it to be sure.
A heavy barrel has less metal removed when it is being contoured from a blank. This makes a heavy barrel have thicker walls, which allows it to absorb more heat and distort less. Heavy barrels are usually used by target shooters.
Heavy Barrel was created in 1987.
Heavy Barrel happened in 1987.
What 541 do you have? 541 sporter,541 heavy barrel target, 541X
heavy barrel Heavy Barrel
rifle barrels may have a different external diameter. A rifle that is carried for hunting will usually have a "sporter" barrel- slender, to save weight. Target rifles will have more massive, stiffer barrels for accuracy. Those are "heavy" barreled rifles.
It will vary with the maker of the bull barrel.
Heavy water is water with some gases extracted.if you put it in a barrel and put the barrel in water the barrel would sink.Theonly reason Hitler wanted heavy water was because heavy water is used in atomic bombs.the only place he could get the heavy water was Norway. fortunately the Brit's blew up the only cargo ship carrying the heavy water back to Germany...some heavy water is lost in a lake somewhere in norway...lost in time forever.
Do a search for Jarvis. They make a bull barrel for the $597, it runs $198 in either blued or stainless.
Around 20 pounds, depends on the type of barrel it has.
very heavy....why do you need to know
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A barrel of oil contains 42 gallons. A gallon of light crude oil weighs approximately 7.27 pounds. Heavy crude oil weighs 7.61 pounds per gallon. Therefore a barrel of light crude oil weighs 305.34 pounds + the weight of the barrel. Heavy crude would weigh 319.62 pounds + the weight of the barrel.
Will depend on the exact model, barrel, sights, and condition. A well used Standard Automatic with basic barrel and sights might sell for $100, a higher end Mk II with extended heavy fluted bbl and target sights $350.
Value of ANY gun is based on exact make, model, accessories and condition. A well used pencil barreled Mk 1 might be $100, an excellent condition heavy barrel with target sights might be $375 or so.
Depends entirely on the exact configuration you have.
Depends on the gun- the mass of the barrel, the size of the cartridge, and how rapidly it is fired. A heavy barreled .22 target rifle will barely become warm to the touch- a light barreled .308 sporter will become hot enough to burn your hand after 5 rapid shots, and a belt fed machine gun can turn a barrel red hot.
Generally speaking, a 357 magnum blue steel revolver with adjustable sights and a 4" barrel. This allows you the ability to shoot everthing from mild 38 special target ammo to heavy 357 magnums.