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7.62-8-BLANK 300 blackout 25" x 1.25 Raw Barrel Blank 1:8 Twist

Price:
$63.95
SKU:
7.62-8-BLANK
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Product Description

  • Caliber- .308/7.62
  • Twist Rate- 1:8
  • Length- 25"
  • Profile- Raw Barrel Blank
  • Steel Type- 4140

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  1. Great barrel 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Oct 2022

    I have purchased many barrels from Green Mountain and I have been very pleased with the quality and workmanship. From 243 Winchester to a 50-90 Sharps they have all been great barrels. My newest purchase is a 1:8 .308 for my 30-30 Winchester lever action, again a great purchase,definitely worth the money and I will keep coming back for more barrels.


  2. 308 blank 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Oct 2022

    excellent product, rifling is outstanding. gonna be a tack driver


  3. so far it looks great 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th May 2020

    using this barrel to build a 30-06 for 230 grain and higher weight bullets on a mauser action I have the barrel thread contoured and chambered and installed on the action with no problems it is a great barrel for the money and I am looking forward to finishing this rifle up
    God bless you for proving a great barrel at a very reasonable price


  4. barrel blank 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Aug 2019

    Fantastic customer service once again!

    I needed a barrel blank in 300 BLK and Green Mountain came through with a quality barrel for the rifle I was looking to build.

    Thank you!


  5. As far as initial looks go.... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Dec 2017

    Very impressive blank for the money bought on sale. I'm planning to stub/rebarrel a BSA Martini Cadet single shot and chambered to 300 AAC and using 357 brass run into 300 sizing die requiring only minor extractor metal removal. I'm still investigating the soundness of stubbing - have stub donor barrel reserving # matched orig'l brl which is reamed to 32-20, so may down the rd have it rebored/rifled to 357mag, or maybe not if the 300 pans out and sings.

    Anyone have reservations on my basic stub barreling plan? I may add a pivoting near half round cross pin that cuts through to barrel thread root depending on donor brl thrd snugness. And add some set screw[s] thru donor into smooth GMB smooth tenon divots along with marine-tex etc.


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