Since there are now more axes for it to rotate on and become misaligned, doesn't this defeat the purpose of a spacer?
If it's screwed tight enough, I believe this would act as the 3d printed barrel spacer that I used on this design. The locknut on the other end makes me think that this could indeed be screwed very tight. It can still shift from side to side, but mine sometimes did that too and it was no problem when using it at a war.
I think this adjustable barrel spacer is a great idea because it was a pain to find out exactly how far apart the barrel and the plunger tube were from each other. I went through five or so designs before it fit the right way. My advantage was that I was using a 3d printer. If I had to machine those five designs, I probably would have given up. Once again, I really like this.
Edited by Drev, 20 August 2014 - 04:38 PM.