AR bull barrel uppers who makes good ones

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  1. covert1

    covert1
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    Looking to assemble or buy a upper with bull barrel...so many to look at. I want a reasonable price too but who has bout one of these recently? MA parts, blackthorne, Model 1 sales, tonys customs, rguns...I hear bad stuff about many of them.
     
  2. Mr Smith

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    what caliber are you looking for?

    .223 rem, 5.56x45 NATO, 7.62x39 NATO, 300 AAC BLK, .22LR, 6.5 Grendel, .50 beowulf, 9mm, etc...???

    Assuming AR-15 as well and not AR-10 (.308 win/7.62x51 NATO)



    If 5.56: rainier arms has their ultramatch series complete uppers for just under $1300.

    stainless bull barrel, billet upper, match nickle-boron BCG... lifetime warranty on all parts and it is a local business here in WA state.
     
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    Rainier also says if you're not happy with a barrel purchase they will buy it back within 30 days or something like that. I've heard a lot of really good things about them.
    I have been happy with my Rock River barrels.
     
  4. covert1

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    thanks I'll check it out.
     
  5. Mr Smith

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    If you want to assemble:

    still say look at rainier arms match and ultra match barrels which are all in .223 wylde

    http://www.blackholeweaponry.com/ca...id=72&osCsid=8966f578bb264ffb00644b00d585a683

    another option.. black hole weaponry has a match grade bull profile barrel if you want the big extra thick and heavy barrel.

    I'm going for both accuracy and useability in the rifle I'm building, so I went with a BHW M4 16" barrel. same rifling and such used in their bull barrel, made out of some of the best stainless steel you can get for a weapon. but lighter, couple inches shorter..

    and I plan on a match grade full auto rated BCG that will go in my upper. (rainier arms nickel boron match BCG)
     
  6. iamme

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    White Oak SPR barrel :)
     
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  7. covert1

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    thanks
     
  8. balline36m3

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    I've been very happy with my rock river. It's much more accurate than I am
     
  9. eldbillbo

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    believe it or not but as far as stainless bull barrels go, look into Olympic arms. They actually do a really good job for these type of barrels in the mid cost range
     
  10. bmarshall

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    I have a couple rock rivers great barrels and you can get them in 1-12 twist for those 50 grain vmax.
     

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