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GM-M14 20" M16 A1 5.56mm 1:14 twist Barrel

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$176.95
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GM-M14
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Product Description

M16 A1 5.56mm, 1:14 twist, 20" long, 41V50 steel, weighs 1.75 lbs.,  fully machined and assembled with M16 extension, chrome line bore and chamber, button rifled, air gauged, stress relieved, drilled gas port, phosphate finish. 1960s era pencil profile, muzzle threading 1/2 x 28.  

Barrel is not pinned for front site.

Detail drawing of the barrel is in "See 1 more picture".

 


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  1. easy to carry coyote rifle 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Jul 2019

    40 grain ballistic tips over 3600 fps group under 1.5" at 200 yards. I can't say enough good things about this barrel.


  2. easy to carry coyote rifle 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Jul 2019

    40 grain ballistic tips over 3600 fps group under 1.5" at 200 yards. I can't say enough good things about this barrel.


  3. USAF Colt 601 clone 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th May 2019

    Used this barrel to build an USAF Colt 601 clone and needed a 1:14 twist barrel. Took it to the range last week for breaking in and it grouped 1" using my lousy eyes with GI sights and 55gr CBC Ball ammo. Not bad. Drilling and reaming the front sight base pins was uneventful. Install and final torque also went without a hitch.


  4. These are great barrels 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Apr 2019

    I am a repeat customer with Green Mountain Barrel,and I will always buy from them in the future. Their products are outstanding, Customer Service superb and delivery, very very fast.


  5. tac driver 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Sep 2018

    zeroed scope in 4 shots
    bullet lands in the same holes at 50 yards with 55g
    bullets.
    but dont try anything above 55g, i tried a few and the 77g bullets would not even hit the paper after the barrel was driving tacs


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