GUN Source for stock replacement S&W barrel

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  1. Dim

    Dim I'm Lost, Help Me OT Supporter

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    Source for stock replacement S&W barrel?

    I've got a 6" .357 Model 19 S&W revolver. I recently noticed it has a crack in the barrel. Smith and Wesson does not make these barrels anymore and has none in inventory. Where would be a good place to get one? Is this something that my local gun store would be able to get or am I better off mail ordering it? Thanx
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    Dim I'm Lost, Help Me OT Supporter

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    Yes, I talked to Smith and Wesson. Although this would normaly be covered under the warranty they don't produce or have in storage any of these barrels since the gun has been discontinued.
    ~matt
     
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    Painkiller The Synarchy of Molten Bones

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    Lol have fun with that sorry :o
     
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    Dim I'm Lost, Help Me OT Supporter

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    Nothing on their website, I'll have to call them and ask. If I can't find a stock replacement barrel does anyone know where I could find an aftermarket one?
     
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    If you have anything else that's hard to find you might wanna order their catalog, it's like a 5 inch thick phonebook filled with MILLIONS of parts of old guns, it's pretty insane.

    I found an unfinished wooden stock for a rare savage .22 automatic there, so I think they'd be a good place to ask.
     

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