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Posted: 1/25/2014 5:29:59 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/25/2014 5:31:04 PM EDT by msg1956]
I was thinking of picking up a Huntertown Arms .22 Guardian to use with my .22 conversion kit in my AR.  I also have a Ruger MKII "pre-ban", made in 1982, so I was thinking of getting the barrel threaded.  Can anyone suggest a gunsmith in SW CT to thread the pistol?

Thanks!
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 5:34:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/25/2014 5:34:40 PM EDT by BYork_Infantry]
Gunsmithing LTD in Southington is one of the best shops around. I'm sure Mitch and the crew would have no problem taking care of that as long as it's legal to do so.

Edit: To clarify I meant as long as they aren't making the pistol or rifle an assault weapon by doing so.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 5:48:59 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By BYork_Infantry:
Gunsmithing LTD in Southington is one of the best shops around. I'm sure Mitch and the crew would have no problem taking care of that as long as it's legal to do so.

Edit: To clarify I meant as long as they aren't making the pistol or rifle an assault weapon by doing so.
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Thanks for the reply.  I assume you meant SOUTHPORT for Mitch (unless he has moved!).  The pre-ban language is pretty clear, and the serial number is from 1982 according to Ruger.  So, as long as Mitch is comfortable with it, I should be GTG.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 6:23:24 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By BYork_Infantry:
Gunsmithing LTD in Southington is one of the best shops around. I'm sure Mitch and the crew would have no problem taking care of that as long as it's legal to do so.

Edit: To clarify I meant as long as they aren't making the pistol or rifle an assault weapon by doing so.
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+1 for Mitch and his crew.
They did my 22" bbl for me (too big for my lathe) and I must say I couldnt have cut the threads or crown any better.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 6:30:00 PM EDT
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Thanks for the reply.  I assume you meant SOUTHPORT for Mitch (unless he has moved!).  The pre-ban language is pretty clear, and the serial number is from 1982 according to Ruger.  So, as long as Mitch is comfortable with it, I should be GTG.
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Originally Posted By BYork_Infantry:
Gunsmithing LTD in Southington is one of the best shops around. I'm sure Mitch and the crew would have no problem taking care of that as long as it's legal to do so.

Edit: To clarify I meant as long as they aren't making the pistol or rifle an assault weapon by doing so.


Thanks for the reply.  I assume you meant SOUTHPORT for Mitch (unless he has moved!).  The pre-ban language is pretty clear, and the serial number is from 1982 according to Ruger.  So, as long as Mitch is comfortable with it, I should be GTG.


I may have derped a little haha. He and his crew are top notch and are one of the few shops I trust with my firearms.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:13:21 PM EDT
Parker Gunsmithing in Danbury threads barrels.
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