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Old December 28, 2012, 09:36 AM   #24
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The threaded alloy uppers and/or integral suppressors for the Ruger are awesome but not cheap.
As I pointed out above, one of the main reasons for the high cost is that the upper receiver and barrel unit is legally a firearm. Ruger did not design the Mk-series with easy barrel swaps in mind.

On the topic of threaded barrels... I believe that a factory threaded barrel unit for the 22A would be a great idea and would increase the market potential of the pistol. (S&W Management, Are You Listening?)
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