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Old 10-11-2016, 04:15 PM
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Where is the sticky listing for after market 10/22 barrels? Already know about the Kidd, Lilja, VQ, GM, Feddersen, Clark, Shilen, just to name a few that make (or did make) barrels. I am not aware of them all, perhaps some of the members could help with a list, and perhaps up to date prices. Might also help to also list the cleaning procedures from the barrel maker, type of brush or no brush, or solvent recommended. Inquiring minds want to know. AH

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Old 10-11-2016, 05:39 PM
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Well as soon as you get the list complete I'm sure one of the mods can "stick" it.
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I think it's a great idea, but it is a lot of work, and it seems like you are asking for someone to create this or guide you to it. I am pretty sure this doesn't exist, and 99% of all forum content is user generated, so if you wanted to take a stab at putting together a post to eventually become a sticky, I am sure you would have no problem getting help filling in the missing information. It seems like you already have a good start, and a good idea what you want.

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Old 10-11-2016, 08:29 PM
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I'll help. You forgot Whistle Pig and Power Custom.
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And a few more for your list:


Taccom
Clerke
E R Shaw
Tactical Solutions
Magnum Research
McGowen
Beyers
Yankee Hill Machine
Tactical Innovations
Adams & Bennet
Rimfire Technologies
Butler Creek
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Google'd Hart 10/22 barrels and Midway has the 21" stainless bull for $462.99! For cleaning, Hart website says.......

" Can I get my barrel too clean?

Yes, it is possible to get your barrel too clean, or to actually dry out the stainless steel. After brushing your barrel with a brass brush soaked with Hoppe’s #9, Shooters Choice, or Butch’s Bore Shine & Oil, several times and letting it soak for a few minutes, run a couple of dry patches in your barrel. Shoot a few more rounds, and if there is a considerable amount of cooper or fouling, then you may need to repeat the procedure. The key is, if your rifle is performing well, then you are probably getting it clean enough."

Should I use JB or other abrasive cleaners in my barrel?

You should avoid abrasive cleaners of any kind in your barrel, as if used improperly, it may damage your barrel and reduce the life expectancy of the barrel.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/432...tainless-steel

https://www.hartbarrels.com/barrels_a/257.htm - Scroll down to "finished barrels".

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Researched the Clerke 10/22 barrels. Seems as though Elysium has replaced the barrels formerly known as Clerke. Nice price at $114.95. Available at: http://www.jgsales.com/elysium-10-22...e-p-85261.html

They do have some good reviews.
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Hmm, if you're putting together a database, it would be nice to see the barrel options each company has (bull, sporter, blued, stainless, carbon, aluminum, fluted, threaded, lengths, weights, etc.)
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Hmm, if you're putting together a database, it would be nice to see the barrel options each company has (bull, sporter, blued, stainless, carbon, aluminum, fluted, threaded, lengths, weights, etc.)
Feel free to jump in and contribute some research.
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Taccom 10/22 17" ULW barrel. Aluminum Sleeved Barrel.

http://www.taccom3g.com/ruger-10-22-...w-barrel-.html

Appears that Taccom has no 10/22 barrels at this time.

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E R Shaw 10/22 barrels. 10/22 Replacement Barrels are available in Stainless Steel and Blued in .920" Bull or Factory contours. Available in .22 L.R. only.
Starting at just $112

http://www.ershawbarrels.com/scb-rep...s-and-kits.php
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Old 10-12-2016, 11:58 PM
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Tactical Solutions 10/22 barrels. Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, the X-RING barrel has been designed to make your 10/22 rifle lighter and significantly more accurate. The X-Ring barrel fits all Ruger 10/22 receivers and most aftermarket 10/22 style receivers. Accuracy is enhanced by a rifled chromoly steel liner with a polished 11 degree crown.

http://www.tacticalsol.com/x-ring-series/
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I think cleaning methods should apply universally to all barrels, maybe only varying sharply based on steel type (stainless, chrome moly, etc.). Generally, you should clean from the breech (never from the muzzle if you love your barrel) with a nylon brush and a brass jag for patches with a "good" cleaner. Cleaning interval depends on what, how and where you shoot mainly. There's dirty ammo and clean ammo, rapid fire vs. slow precision (slower does not mean cleaner), and outdoor conditions can drastically affect your decision on when/how to clean.

I run a boresnake through every trip to the range, and after a few hundred rounds (the exact number which I derive using a very complex scientific formula which includes the number of rounds fired, type of ammo, humidity, current prime rate, my mood at the time, and a few trade secrets) I do a more thorough cleaning with brushes and patches and whatnot. YMMV.
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Magnum Research 10/22 barrel. Lighter weight, with stainless muzzle and reveiver. - sez Midway. MR website vague at best.

https://shopkahrfirearmsgroup.com/pa...gnum-research/ The Magnum Research 10/22 barrel isn't on their website at this time. The link posted takes you to "parts", a site from Kahr, where a 10/22 barrel is offered.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/422...on-fiber-black

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