Have “Mil-Spec” Barrels Become Below Average?

After shooting out several barrels from bcm through delton I will stick with my “budget” barrel made by Radical Arms- melonite treated, moa (30 rounds) at 100 yards and absolutely worth the money at $120.

Free the mind and the body will follow

http://www.thenewrifleman.com/have-mil-spec-barrels-become-below-average/

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2 Responses to Have “Mil-Spec” Barrels Become Below Average?

  1. Today’s milspec engineering hasn’t changed since the 60s. For instance, US Ordnance regs still mandate ONLY broach-cut rifling,…more expensive than the current european standard of roto-hammer cold forging,…with no indication of better accuracy or barrel wear life. Now, the meloniting/nitriding process exists, greatly increasing corrosion resistance and extending useful life by reducing wear.

    Milspec is for old guys.

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