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    Default Cooper 57M barrel removal

    I have a Cooper 57M in 22LR in the shop to get threaded for a suppressor. I typically remove the barrel from the action and hold it in my headstock for threading.

    I don't do a lot of rimfire work. I'm not seeing any threads, it looks like the barrel may be pressed into the reciever. Anyone here familiar with this action?

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    Looks like they're threaded. Probably a pilot section on the barrel at the breech end hiding the threads.

    Search on 57m switch barrel.

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    Such a nice rifle those coopers, I would think being as high end as they are its a threaded action.? No?

    Cooper has a high accuracy claim even with 22lr. 1/2 moa! I would hate to see a can mess that up.

    But IF i had the cash to buy a cooper ($2500 start price) I guess i could afford a can and a new barrel if accurwcy was lost.
    They do offer a threaded barrel option.
    Looking forward to the progress


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