Battle Arms Barrels For Sale

Battle Arms Development barrels in 223 Wylde, 300BLK, 308 WIN, and 9mm are available online at Omaha Outdoors for those seeking lightweight and high quality match AR-15 and AR-10 barrels. Available in a variety of lengths, materials, finishes, and fluting options, there's something for everyone in the Battle Arms barrel lineup.

Battle Arms' Bushel of Barrels

Naturally, Battle Arms Development makes barrels that will chamber and fire the ever-popular 5.56mm and 223 Rem cartridges, these being their .223 Wylde barrels. Designed as a balance between reliability with high pressure 5.56 ammo and accuracy with chamber dimensions that still print tight groups, the 223 Wylde is the right choice for the discerning rifle owner who doesn't want to sacrifice anything. These barrels are available in 416R stainless steel, are fluted for weight reduction, and in both LIGHTRIGID lightweight and RIGID standard profiles. Choose stainless for a natural look or black contrast to stand out. Lengths are 16", 14.5", 10.5", and 7.5".

Each Battle Arms Development barrel stands out from the pack with features like cryogenic treatment, double heat treat stress relieving, honed chambers, and button rifling. Magnetic particle inspection processes ensure the barrel blanks – which don't come from third parties – don't have hidden flaws that could pop up weeks or years down the road. M4 feed ramps are standard, of course, and the Battle Arms Development logos are precision CNC machined in place to let you know the seal of quality isn't just skin deep.

Don't think the small caliber high velocity stuff is all they do, though. 300 Blackout makes a strong showing with 16', 10.5", and 7.5" lengths, all in 4150 chrome moly steel with a nitride finish for corrosion and wear resistance. Plus they offer 308 Win barrels in 4150 with that same nitride finish, in both 16" and 18" variants, for those who want to send a bigger bullet downrange. Finally, there's a 16" 9mm barrel in 4150CM with the nitride finish, perfect for plinking or suppressed fun.

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