Quality, mil-spec, match-grade. Only the finest 416R stainless and 4150 CMV AR 15 barrels.
The barrel is the heart of the AR platform. In such a refined weapon system with decades of optimizing performance, every land and groove in every cut of your rifling makes the difference between obtaining sub-MOA accuracy, and mimicking the embarrassment of using an AK-47 to spray a barn-sized target downrange.
You want the former. That's why you're here. Because we only work with the country's top gunsmiths and firearm manufacturing to bring quality, US-forged and -cut AR-15 barrels that provide the utmost accuracy, reliability, and performance with any factory or hand load.
Not sure about twist rate or barrel length?: Read the AR-15 Barrel Guide.
Installing your barrel's easy! Here's the full, step-by-step picture guide with tools.
PLEASE NOTE: It is not legal to install an AR-15 barrel shorter than 16" on an AR-type firearm equipped with a buttstock, unless you have properly filed the necessary ATF application to build an SBR (short-barreled rifle), and you were approved by the ATF first. Read our in-depth guide to do it all here.
Without ATF approval, you should only install a barrel shorter than 16" on an AR-15 or other firearm that is not equipped with any type of shoulder stock or other device which may be considered a stock by the ATF.
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