Originally Posted by pagj17
I have the DPMS bull barrel, and on my recent range day, It was perfect, other then it's way too front heavy, and i was curious if I could get it turned down from it's .936 to the standard .7 something and the muzzle threaded?
If I can how much would it cost?
You're fighting city hall here pard. You can't expect a bull to be as agile as a rabbit. Milling down a perfectly good barrel is...well
You can send it to a $reputable barrel maker$ and get it fluted to reduce some weight....OR....
My best advice is to just buy a complete upper. That's what I did. If I want long range, I use the bull barrel flatop upper with scope. If I want to play "tactical", I switch to my carbine upper. badda boom badda bing!