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SW76 9mm 16" Carbine Barrel

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Product Description

SW76  9 mm, 1:10 twist, 16" long, 4140 steel, premium quality carbine barrel, fully machined, chrome line bore and chamber, semi automatic set up for SW760 carbine and current clones, phosphate Finish.

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  1. Awesome 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Feb 2021

    This thing is sick. It worked perfect for my project after I hacked off the crown.

  2. Very satisified 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Sep 2020

    Barrel arrived quickly after ordered. It fit and functioned flawlessly.
    Price and quality top notch.

  3. threading barrel 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th Oct 2019

    I chose to cut both barrels to 8" and thread them to 1/2 x 28. I also cut a 11 degree new crown .I then placed a HKPARTS 3 lug adapter on the ends so that I could quickly apply suppressors. I used a BWE 76/760 AR15 Forend Barrel Nut, I cut the other 2 barrels I got 2 years ago to a app. 4/5 " length,by using an AR pistol hand guard I was able to have to guard going over the suppressor for an HKSD look !

  4. Excellent SW76 16” clone type barrel 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Jan 2018

    Couldn’t ask for a better clone design off their shelf, than if I had sent my own MK Arms 760 barrel spec’s. Craftsmanship and finish is top grade, chrome lined bore, best 9mm purchase for the buck. Very happy with customer service assistance upon ordering, great emails to keep updated of order processing & on time shipping from warehouse.

  5. S&W 76 Barrel 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Jan 2018

    Fantastic barrel for the 76 or project. My particular application is project. Needed a barrel with similar take-down characteristics and dimensions. This one fit the project need perfectly, and not priced high.

    Another reviewer mentioned it as being a chrome-lined barrel. Mine doesn't appear to be chrome lined, but rather lined. The liner seems to be a stepped lining design. Meaning, the breech end of the liner is larger overall diameter than that of the muzzle, while maintaining overall barrel outside diameter. No worries, as this is the best method to line line a barrel; force upon the bore are linear towards the muzzle when the projectile is fired, the liner is seated in a step at the breech making impossible to have liner separation from the parent barrel material.

    If it isn't lined, my apologies. Perhaps an illusion to my eyes.

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