10.5 " 5.56 barrel assembly - $155

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We are getting group patterns that are one notch under Match Grade barrels. E.R.Shaw does our spec on the rifling and we had the grouping tested by an independent lab. You will not find these barrel Assemblies anywhere cheaper on the Internet no matter what the comment section said. We also have 7.62, 300 and 308 barrels and we are wholesales to some of the biggest AR dealers on the Internet. We also wholesale 7.62 BCG's and Uppers to any FFL Dealers.

10.5 " Barrel Assembly
E.R.Shaw barrel blanks
Machined from 4140 chrome moly vanadium steel
Heat treated and stress relieved
M4 feedramps ensure proper feeding
5.56x45mm /223 nato
5.56 barrels are available with straight fluting upon request
16” -10.5"
Part Number 556cm16-2-2-2

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FYI 4150 is CMV. 4140 is CM.

FYI 4150 is CMV. 4140 is CM. If they don't know what there selling why should we trust them?

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Since when is 4140 chrome

Since when is 4140 chrome moly vanadium???? Seller claims all sorts of things, non of which are accurate.

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Any 11.5"?

Any 11.5"?

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It would also be nice if

It would also be nice if they'd EXPLICITLY state whether it's chrome lined, or not, as opposed to making us assume it's not.

Not to be a grammar nazi, but misspellings in product descriptions don't inspire confidence -- "Machined from 4140 chrome molly venadium steel". Really? - what's venadium?

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Not to be a grammar Nazi, but

Not to be a grammar Nazi, but misspelling a word is not a grammatical error. It's a separate category of writing error.

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TACTICALAMBUSHLLC's picture

Vanadium

Vanadium

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Dude...I'll be the grammar

Dude...I'll be the grammar Nazi. If you aren't great with the English language, no big deal... but have someone that IS look at your stuff. You are wanting people to part with their money to purchase your products... if you don't take the time to make sure your descriptions are right, how can I believe that you will take the time to make sure your products are right? From the 16" SS 223/5.56 barrel descxription:

This barrel is machined out of 416 stainless steel the most hardest SS you can get in this material.

I'm not sure how you can make the statement that 416 SS is the hardest stainless steel. Sulphur is specifically added to 416 to make it softer, easier to machine, and to cause less wear on tooling. 410 is natively harder and 416R is created specifically for making barrels. Most important though is what is done in the way of tempering and heat treating. That ultimately determines hardness, right?

Don't get me wrong. 416 is a great barrel steel and lots of manufacturers use it. I'd just like to know what exactly you do to the steel that makes it superior.

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Venadium is a new superior

Venadium is a new superior version. Google it.

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I looked through nearly all

I looked through nearly all their barrels and only one listed showed the twist rate (that one was 1-9, I guess to know the twist of this barrel assembly would require you to call them)

Always something, I recently picked up a new 6.8 mid length, in looking for a light handguard it's mind boggling that many manufacturers simply don't list the weight of them..

One time I called a very well regarded manufacturer and asked why this info isn't readily available?, they said they don't want their competitors to know. I shook my head and these days I usually end up with Midwest Industries handguards, the one I bought was 6.9oz, which is pretty dang light and well built while not breaking the bank.

My point is I hate when companies don't list the important specs. If it's not an item I must have, I generally move on to buy what I'm looking for from a company or manufacturer not stuck on stupid.

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1:7 or 1:9 your choice.

1:7 or 1:9 your choice.

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Thanks.

Thanks.

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it would be nice to know what

it would be nice to know what the twist rate is.

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