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FAXON FIREARMS 8.5" TAPER, 9MM PISTOL CALIBER CARBINE, BLOWBACK, 4150 QPQ
Faxon 8.5" TAPER 9mm Pistol Blowback 4150 QPQ Barrel


 
MSRP $119.00
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Product Code: 15A910N8NLQ
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FAXON FIREARMS 8.5" TAPER, 9MM PISTOL CALIBER CARBINE, BLOWBACK, 4150 QPQ

Faxon Firearms barrels are the pinnacle of value. Manufactured 100% in-house from cradle-to-grave, these barrels are button-rifled and air-guage tested to ensure superior accuracy.

Quality is imbued into our barrels from the start. We start with the best materials, either certified 4150 Mil-Spec steel or 416-R Stainless. From there, each barrel goes through a battery of tests at each operation until finished in Nitride and final inspected. All barrels are individually checked for headspace by precision custom hardened gauges.

Features:

  • Barrel Material - 4150
  • Barrel Type - Button Rifled
  • Barrel Caliber - 9mm SAMMIE
  • Barrel Twist - 1:10
  • Barrel Length - 8.5"
  • Barrel Profile - Pistol Caliber Taper
  • Barrel Gas System - N/A - Blowback
  • Inside Finish - QPQ Nitride
  • Outside Finish - QPQ Nitride
  • Muzzle Thread - 1/2"-28 TPI (Threads Per Inch)
  • Gas Block Diameter - N/A
  • Gas Port Diameter - N/A
  • Barrel Extension - Colt & Glock Compatible Feed Ramps
  • Weight - ~0.81 lbs
  • Magnetic Particle Inspected!
  • 11-degree Target Crown

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Nice looking April 29, 2017
Reviewer: Boyd from Tigard, OR United States  
Good fit on my upper, have not had it out to the range yet! Faxon has a good reputation so it probably deserves 5 stars!

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Great barrel January 25, 2017
Reviewer: Terry from Ravenna, KY United States  
Very nice barrel and shipping was fast. Thing to look out for, listing shows barrel as a 1/2x36 thread where it is actually the modern 1/2x28 just like most 223 barrels.

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