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"Rock Creek Barrels Inc" of Albany, WI 53502 operates primarily in SIC Code 3482 - Small Arms Ammunition and NAICS Code 332992 - Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing. Rock Creek Barrels Inc is a small-sized business with low revenue, that is well-established in its industry.

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  1. 02-09-2009, 09:40 PM#1
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    Rock Creek Barrels.

    I have been trying to contact Rock Creek / Paul Tolvstad about ordering a barrel,I have sent a couple of E-mails but still no reply.
    Anyone have a idea as to how I can contact them.


    Regards Chris.

  2. 02-09-2009, 10:22 PM#2
    Try the phone or fax... or even snail mail...

    http://www.rockcreekbarrels.com/

  3. 02-09-2009, 10:25 PM#3
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    G'day Dennis,

    Mate I was thinking that a phone call or fax may get through,will do.


    Regards Chris.

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    Register on Sniper'sHide and PM Cutrifled. That would be Paul T. He hangs out there a bit, and sometimes I believe Mike R posts on that handle also.

  5. 02-10-2009, 05:24 PM#5
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    Rock Creek Info

    608-862-2357 to call and the only email address that I have that works is

    [email protected]

    The other links and emails are bounced back. Hope this helps.

    Ed W.

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    After meeting the Rock Creek guys at the IBS Score Nationals last year, Julia just had to have one on her new Borden Rifle. She only has about twenty rounds down the barrel so far.


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    Try this instead......

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Rainier Arms/Rock Creek 5R Barrels??

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Re: Rainier Arms/Rock Creek 5R Barrels??

Postby BC98 » Thu Jan 21, 2016 2:38 am

I have one of the 16" mid-length 5.56 versions and it shoots very well. I don't have a ton of rounds through it but it is definitely sub-MOA with match ammo for me. After a very brief break-in, I had a 5 shot group go into just over a half-inch.

One word of caution: my barrel was very over-gassed (0.086" gas port) and had a pretty harsh recoil, even with a muzzle brake. I installed an SLR Sentry gas block as I want to run this gun suppressed when my Omega gets out of NFA jail. Once tuned, it shoots like a pussy cat now.
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Re: Rainier Arms/Rock Creek 5R Barrels??

Postby slickyboyboo79 » Thu Jan 21, 2016 2:37 pm

BC98 wrote:I have one of the 16" mid-length 5.56 versions and it shoots very well. I don't have a ton of rounds through it but it is definitely sub-MOA with match ammo for me. After a very brief break-in, I had a 5 shot group go into just over a half-inch.

One word of caution: my barrel was very over-gassed (0.086" gas port) and had a pretty harsh recoil, even with a muzzle brake. I installed an SLR Sentry gas block as I want to run this gun suppressed my Omega gets out of NFA jail. Once tuned, it shoots like a pussy cat now.
Thanks for the input, and the heads up about the gas ports. I will check into that, just haven't made my mind up 100% yet. I do like the idea of a Rock Creek 5R cut rifled barrel though.

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Re: Rainier Arms/Rock Creek 5R Barrels??

Postby rjacobs » Fri Jan 22, 2016 2:11 pm

I would say Rock barrels are one of the top barrels on the market up there with Bartlein, Krieger, and Brux.

I've been contemplating grabbing one to try out now that the AAC barrels arent really available anymore.

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Re: Rainier Arms/Rock Creek 5R Barrels??

Postby slickyboyboo79 » Fri Jan 22, 2016 3:21 pm

rjacobs wrote:I would say Rock barrels are one of the top barrels on the market up there with Bartlein, Krieger, and Brux.

I've been contemplating grabbing one to try out now that the AAC barrels arent really available anymore.
I agree. I planned to order a Rock Creek blank, a few years ago, for a custom 280 AI I was building, but ended up going with a Brux, because the lead time on a Rock Creek was 8-9 months at the time.

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Re: Rainier Arms/Rock Creek 5R Barrels??

Postby ThreeHundredBlackout » Sun Jan 24, 2016 2:17 am

I have a seekins precision ( Rock Creek ) stainless 8" 300 BLK barrel that is 1:7 with 5R rifling. Read about on another forum and called seekins about it and was confirmed by them. Its awesome so far, I shot it for the first time today. Had really good groups when sighting in.
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Rock Creek makes both button and cut-rifled barrels. What has been your experience with either. I will be more interested in a hunting rifle rather than a match rifle but would like all the precision I could get out of a 6.5 tube in a sporter contour. Thanks for input.



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There cut 5R barrels are excellent.
I have used them for both hunting rifles and 1000 yard BR.
Unless bigholes has what you want in stock.
Be prepared for a long wait.
If I were going to build a hunting rifle with a button rifled barrel.
I would run a Douglas stainless air gauged.
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Thanks, Dave. That is helpful. I understand the cut 5R are good-as you stated. I've not heard much on the button.


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Well, I don't think they are as good as the old days when Paul Volsted and James Lederer were the barrel guys. I think Paul is working for Dan Killough, Killough Shooting Sports, and James is making the Lederer cut rifled barrels. The Lederer barrels are top notch.


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I have a #4 1:8 22-250Rem button rifled Rock Creek bbl. It's accurate and easy to clean. It shoots 50's, 55's, and 75's very well.

75 A-max is what I primarily shoot out of it. It's 24", the 75's are 3291FPS with an ES of 22 and SD of 7 using Ramshot Hunter powder loaded on a Dillon 550B.


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Well, I don't think they are as good as the old days when Paul Volsted and James Lederer were the barrel guys. I think Paul is working for Dan Killough, Killough Shooting Sports, and James is making the Lederer cut rifled barrels. The Lederer barrels are top notch.


Butch- are you referring to Rock Creek, generally; or cut/buttoned in particular?

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I have had dealings with Russell.
Other than the wait.All was well.
My understanding is that they have a military contracts.
The gov calls up and demands x number of barrels.
It puts them in a bind for the one and two order stuff....

A 6.5 Rem varmint for a 6.5mm SLR 12 pound 1000 yard rifle.
As competitive as anything else I have used and i've used just about everything..
Have no experience with Rocks button barrels..

For a hunting rifle.
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Well, I don't think they are as good as the old days when Paul Volsted and James Lederer were the barrel guys. I think Paul is working for Dan Killough, Killough Shooting Sports, and James is making the Lederer cut rifled barrels. The Lederer barrels are top notch.


Butch- are you referring to Rock Creek, generally; or cut/buttoned in particular?




Speaking of Rock Creek, not cut against button rifle.

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Bartlein only makes cut barrels......4-6 month wait currently unless someone has what you want in stock. Worth the wait but I admit to not knowing all there is to know about this stuff.

I recently got a Bartlein and communication and customer service was great. Barrel is too.



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Well. Bartlein is up at the top but our state of Wisconsin is rich in custom barrel makers!


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Had a 5R cut rifled tube made when Paul was there was one of my most accurate barrels, been shooting Bartlien since and they've been as good or better, these days I'd go Bartlien if they make a contour you'd be happy with!


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I had Bartlein square off the front of my receiver and bolt face, chamber and screw it together. Ordered at the end of November 2018 and got it back in March 2019. Very happy with the result.



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ANY, cut rifled barrel out of Wisconsin will be top notch.



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Try HawkHill cut rifled barrel's and I feel you'd be happy, to say the least we been getting pretty good barrels from Rock Creek since Paul left as well, do miss him not being there though.


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I have had really great luck with Rock Creek cut rifled barrels. RC will also has really good contours and will sell you a light contour stainless barrel. Krieger and Bartlein will not.


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Rock is easily amongst my favorite Cut spouts and Krieger ain't even in the conversation...mainly because I've more than a few.

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I’ve had several Bartlien barrels and at least a dozen Kriegers. Both are fine barrels but some are terrible about copper fouling, Bartlien being the worst. I’ve just had a 7 mag put together with a Benchmark stainless tube and it’s easily been one of the best barrels I’ve worked with. Cleans super easy, very accurate and seems to shoot everything I try in it. I’ve heard good things about RC barrels but to date I’ve not tried one.


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My "worst" Bart',THRASHES my best Krieger.

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I have 1 Rock creek on a 223AI about 8 years old and it is still a tack driver.Also like Bartlien and Bench Mark.



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