If you do it yourself with a reamer, they will come out pretty smooth and usable, but not polished smooth like from the factory. They will shoot fine though if you ream them properly.
Another consideration is that a Manson reamer needs to be sharpened from time to time (about every six cylinders) so you need to figure in that cost.
BUT, you could always rent a reamer and do your batch of cylinders all in one batch. https://4-dproducts.com/
If Ruger is willing to look at it, especially on their dime, I would send one in to them and see how it comes back. You should be prepared for the possibility that they will say it is within their spec and do nothing.
I rented a reamer and my accuracy improved measurably.