Wilson Combat Develops Comprehensive Line of Match-Grade
Custom AR-15 Barrels.
Wilson Combat, a leader in AR-15 parts, rifles and accessories since 1999
announces a line-up of custom, match-grade AR-15 barrels in numerous,
popular calibers and multiple profile configurations geared towards the
amateur or professional AR-builder alike.
Wilson Combat is quickly becoming the recognized leader in high quality
custom AR barrels and now we have over 40 different variations of barrels
that span 6 popular calibers that are sure to meet the needs of your AR
Whether you are punching holes in paper, hunting or building rifles for
tactical applications, we have a match-quality barrel that can take your AR
accuracy and reliability to a new level of performance.
Wilson Combat Match Grade AR-15 barrels are precisely crafted of the
finest American-made 416R rifle rated steel on computer-controlled
equipment to our exacting list of technical specifications. These proven
barrels feature a hand-polished bore and feedramps and then complete
a rigorous final inspection process that ensures your new barrel will meet
your most demanding expectations.
All barrels feature crisp CNC markings, precision target grade muzzle
crown and a chamber and gas port optimized for long-term reliability.
Barrels are available conventionally or polygonal rifled in several
Starting at $249.95, All Wilson Combat AR barrels are available in a matte
bead-blasted stainless finish or your color choice of our famed Armor-
Tuff® finish. Barrels are available in .204 Ruger, .223 Wylde, 5.56 NATO,
6.8 SPC-II, .300 Blackout and 7.62X40 Wilson Tactical calibers.
Learn more about our array of AR-15 barrels and our complete line of custom
handgun and long gun parts and accessories at www.wilsoncombat.com.
I was just looking at the 14.7" 6.8 barrel. Is there any difference between these and the barrels you have been selling for awhile? Also, you claim the barrels have "hand polished" bores. Does this mean they are lapped free of cutter marks or just that you've made the bore "shiny"? Lastly, the 6.8 is listed as a 1:11 twist SIX groove rifling. Is this correct? With the big discussion of more grooves creating more pressure its got me curious.