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Have a ringed barrel from shooting a squib load out (unknowingly) some yrs. ago. Ruger told me several yrs. ago they don't replace barrels. Is it worth it to find someone who does rebarreling. I heard it is a pressed not threaded fit. Still shoots quite accurately after cleaning takes 5 or 6 shots to foul and start shooting accurately. afish4570
 

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You can contact Clark Custom Guns in Princeton La. through their website. They rebarell mark I, II and III pistols..even have some price figures on the site...Hope this helps...;)
 

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Rebarrel prices from Clark...Thanks for input

You can contact Clark Custom Guns in Princeton La. through their website. They rebarell mark I, II and III pistols..even have some price figures on the site...Hope this helps...;)
Seems listed price of $150 for new barrel plus postage coming ad going would put costs over $200. Gun is 47 yrsl old, bluing worn not worth costs considering it shoots better than the average shooter is capable of. Will leave alone and use as a truck and camp gun. afish4570
 
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