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CMMG 24" 224 Valkyrie Barrel - 416 Stainless
CMMG 24" 224 Valkyrie Barrel - 416 Stainless


 
MSRP $260.00
SALE PRICE: $199.99
Savings: $60.01
 

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Product Code: 25DB20C
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CMMG 24" 224 Valkyrie Barrel - 416 Stainless

The new CMMG 224 Valkyrie barrel is engineered to deliver on this exciting new caliber’s promise of long-range accuracy and high-energy performance. The 24” 416SS barrel has been Salt Bath Nitrided, and provides superior long-range accuracy and durability.

  • BARREL: 24” 1:7 Twist, MT 416SS, .224 Valkyrie, SBN
  • MUZZLE: Threaded ½-28
  • GAS PORT LOCATION: Rifle, .750″ Gas Block Journal
  • WEIGHT: 2.9lbs

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

  0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
2moa barrel June 5, 2019
Reviewer: Luke Irmer from Athol, KS United States  
Took me awhile to get my rifle straightened out, it's been a rough start to the 224 valkyrie life. I can say this, this barrel is capable of producing dime size 5 shot groups at 100. Hand loads of h4895, br4 primers, starline brass with hornady 80 and 88gr.

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Double Tap Ammo February 13, 2019
Reviewer: Alan Baldier from Louisville Kentucky  
I got this barrel and had mixed results with the less expensive ammo. Federal Premium shot well, but I think this barrel favors the Double Tap ammo. Its the same sierra matchking bullet as the Federal, but I dont know if its just more consistent or what, but it is crazy accurate. Love shooting this next to my buddies 6.5 and getting similar results without the recoil.

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Solid Barrel February 13, 2019
Reviewer: Parker Rothweiler from Columbia, MO United States  
Was having trouble with this barrel so I called the tech support guys over at CMMG. Guy suggested I try out the 90 Gr Sierra Matchking ammo from Federal. Stuff is pricey, which is why I didnt try it first, but man is it accurate. I have since had no problems pushing out to 600 yards. Hoping to find a place I can go farther when I get some better weather. My suggestion is dont mess with the cheap ammo.

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