[Review] Wilson Combat WC Match Grade Rifle Barrel Pros

Limited Run-Melonite Finish AR Barrels; These carbon steel, match-grade barrels were produced in our Berryville, AR barrel facility and then black melonite finished resulting in the ultimate hard-use and corrosion-resistant carbine barrel. These barrels are superb quality and will provide years of good service with the same attention to detail and accuracy standards as our stainless AR barrels; This is a limited time offer for our online customers and once these are gone there will be no more available. 300 AAC BlackoutThe 300 Blackout (300 BLK) was designed by Remington/AAC to create a reliable, compact .30 caliber round for the AR platform that uses a standard bolt and magazine. 300 Blackout is optimized for suppressed fire with heavy bullet subsonic loads but can also be used with supersonic ammunition when extra range is needed. The 1-7" twist will work well for heavy bullet subsonic loadings.SPECIFICATIONS; Chamber; 300 AAC Blackout Feed Ramps; M4 Style Finish; Melonite Gas Block Seat; .750" Diameter by .920" Length - Dimpled for Set Screw Gas System; Pistol Length Length; 16" Material; 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium Steel Muzzle Threads; 5/8" x 24 Profile; Recon Tactical - Fluted Rifling; 1:7, RH, Six Groove, Precision Button Rifling Weight; 31 oz. Optimized for Subsonic Ammunition;


RATING
94.5 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

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I have done a lot of load development 6.5 creed moored 22 inch super sniper barrel I have had 1 group that will go barely under a inch at 100 yards I have tried several different bullets and load combinations , have ordered. Some more different bullets and will go from there at this point I would think it will not get no better but I will try. If this is the best this barrel will produce I wouldn’t call it a super sniper barrel if you are looking for a 1/2 inch group best find a different barrel from what I see. And of course you will pay more money for a 1/2 inch group barrel

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