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I hope that I am at the correct location. I am looking to get a 10-22 Kidd barrel threaded. Does anyone know who preforms this service in the N/E Tn area ( Bristol)? Thanks for the help

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Me being cheap, I threaded a 308 rifle barrel and. 12 ga shogun chokes. You can get the tools you need on eBay or supply houses.

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Is there no one in East Tn

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Would think any competent gun smith should be able to do the job for you.

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7 hours ago, owejia said:

Would think any competent gun smith should be able to do the job for you.

Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. Just look around your area and see who you got. There's a lot of gun tinkerers but, you might not want one of them.......

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Rather than mess with a good barrel and possibly have someone screw it up, if your receiver is something other than Kidd or is a Kidd Classic receiver (not a supergrade), I'd just buy a new threaded barrel from FJF Feddersen.  Fred and his people build excellent 10/22 barrels at a relatively low cost.  He also stands behind his barrels with a 30-day money back guarantee (less the cost of shipping):

https://fjfeddersen.com/warranty-return-policy/

The company is based right here in TN and all the barrels are made locally. 

I currently own 4 Feddersen barrels and the best 2 of the bunch are as good as or better than the Proof Research 10/22 barrel I bought at well over double the cost.

If however you do have a supergrade, I'd just spend the money to get another supergrade barrel.  One of the great things about the Kidd supergrade system is how quick and easy it is to swap out the barrels.

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6 hours ago, billmeek said:

Rather than mess with a good barrel and possibly have someone screw it up, if your receiver is something other than Kidd or is a Kidd Classic receiver (not a supergrade), I'd just buy a new threaded barrel from FJF Feddersen.  Fred and his people build excellent 10/22 barrels at a relatively low cost.  He also stands behind his barrels with a 30-day money back guarantee (less the cost of shipping):

https://fjfeddersen.com/warranty-return-policy/

The company is based right here in TN and all the barrels are made locally. 

I currently own 4 Feddersen barrels and the best 2 of the bunch are as good as or better than the Proof Research 10/22 barrel I bought at well over double the cost.

If however you do have a supergrade, I'd just spend the money to get another supergrade barrel.  One of the great things about the Kidd supergrade system is how quick and easy it is to swap out the barrels.

Thanks Bill, I have the Kidd Match grade 920 and it is a great shooter. That is why I would like to get it threaded ,for I know what it can do. The same barrel threaded form Kidd is only $250 and would most likely shoot as good. Then I would have an extra barrel that I would not need for, I am going all suppressed from here out.

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On 7/10/2020 at 2:06 PM, rab said:

Is there no one in East Tn

LawEnforcementSalesTN is a member here. You might want to check with him. Contact info is in the thread below.

 

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Dave Thanks , Got an e-mail back from Mike said he would be happy to help. Price is very good and is about two week out on small jobs like threading. He is located about 120 miles away.Hope I can make the trip and drop it off.

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On 7/15/2020 at 9:39 AM, rab said:

Dave Thanks , Got an e-mail back from Mike said he would be happy to help. Price is very good and is about two week out on small jobs like threading. He is located about 120 miles away.Hope I can make the trip and drop it off.

Mike is the man for the job, well worth the drive

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