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Old February 22, 2013, 10:47 PM   #5
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They take a piece of heavy wall steel tubing, inside thread it, screw in the finished barrel, then use the feed ramp of the barrel as a reference point to cut the ejection port, drill for the ejector and bolt stop pin, etc. So each barrel and receiver assembly is made as a unit
I am not sure how easy it is to get a whole new upper assembly from Ruger since the serial number is on the upper and not the frame. A new upper from them would be like having a whole different gun. In states where you need to register your firearms that could be a problem.
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