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Old November 28th, 2019, 05:33 PM   #1
 
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Threaded barrel recommendation

Hello. I want to upgrade the barrel on my tiger 10/22 to accommodate a suppressor I recently purchased. Looking for input for a decent quality barrel. TIA.


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Old November 29th, 2019, 05:00 AM   #2
 
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I bought mine on eBay, it was a factory barrel that has worked out perfectly for me. I would keep my eye out on there, there’s usually quite a few to pick from on eBay. Another option that I looked at before I bought one is to have your barrel threaded by a gunsmith, I was quoted $125 from two different ones. Then I found the factory one cheaper on eBay and went that route.
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I bought mine on eBay, it was a factory barrel that has worked out perfectly for me. I would keep my eye out on there, there’s usually quite a few to pick from on eBay. Another option that I looked at before I bought one is to have your barrel threaded by a gunsmith, I was quoted $125 from two different ones. Then I found the factory one cheaper on eBay and went that route.

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S&P Outfitters is a great source for Ruger 10/22 takeoff parts. Here is a barrel that meets your requirements so put yourself on their waiting list for it or a similar one:

https://sapoutfitters.com/product/ru...alo-exclusive/
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[QUOTE=GP Fan;4432221]S&P Outfitters is a great source for Ruger 10/22 takeoff parts. Here is a barrel that meets your requirements so put yourself on their waiting list for it or a similar one:


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Old November 29th, 2019, 05:25 PM   #6
 
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Here’s the guy I bought mine from, he has one available

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ruger-10-22...EAAOSwFV9XxNdy
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Disregard my previous post didn’t notice it was for a takedown
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I love my Summit Precision barrels

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Check out Kidd, good reviews. I have one looks good but still need to mount on the rifle. I will try to remember to update when I do get it on the action and shoot it.
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