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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by Texan, Dec 7, 2009.
Not sure why, but I received a message someone had posted to this thread and it's not here.
The poster had some questions about location and why the new barrel.
I am in Oregon and the barrel was replaced due to being damaged (bent). The rifle was sent in to Ruger for inspection and they replaced the barrel at the factory. I may still have the paperwork from their inspection.
Oregon is a big state. It helps to say what town you are from so a man knows how far he has to travel to get a gun.
That was me. I deleted my post thinking they were silly questions. I apologize.
Thank you for the answers.
How on earth did the original barrel get bent?
My father was a deputy sheriff and he kept this in his patrol car. He was in an accident and I thought the rifle might be damaged. I sent it to Ruger and they determined the barrel was bent. It was replaced by the factory and test shot.
Oh, I see. Interesting. So now it is as good as new.