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  1. #11
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    I purchased this in June
    I donít see a 12.5 on their site anymore?
    I never could get a reply to my emails from them

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    I just put together an AR using a midlenth gas system 12.5" Triarc 2.0 and am very pleased with the results. It seems to prefer 69gr, 75gr, and 77gr and I shot several 10 shot groups that hovered between .5" and .75" at 50 yards (where it is zeroed). I had planned on chronographing it when I went to shoot 100 and 200, but the rain came in and put a stop to that for the time being. From what I have heard the Triarc barrels are pretty fast and will shoot around the same speeds as some traditional 14.5" barrels. If they are not on the website they may be out of stock. They have been busy building rifles for several PD's and SWAT teams. You may have better luck just calling them during business hours.
    Last edited by Jeepman1320; 10-12-18 at 16:23.

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    Iíll be interested to see how velocities in this barrel compares to others with familiar ammo. Iíve been eyeing Triarc for a couple months, completely unaware of them before that.
    RLTW

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    GarandThumb did a review of their 1911 9mm recently. Given the purported quality of that pistol, I’d be interested to see how one of their barrels performed. I’ll have to ask if they do do a lighter contour though. I’ll report back what they say on that contour. I’m intrigued about the possible rifling accuracy benefits. Their barrel is reasonable as it’s leff than a BCM BFH barrel and on par with other high quality barrels.
    "An opinion solicited does not equal one freely voiced," Al Swearengen, Deadwood 1877.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparky5019 View Post
    GarandThumb did a review of their 1911 9mm recently. Given the purported quality of that pistol, I’d be interested to see how one of their barrels performed. I’ll have to ask if they do do a lighter contour though. I’ll report back what they say on that contour. I’m intrigued about the possible rifling accuracy benefits. Their barrel is reasonable as it’s leff than a BCM BFH barrel and on par with other high quality barrels.
    GarandThumb also did a review on one of their rifles. If memory serves, he said he shot very accurately with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morpheus562 View Post
    GarandThumb also did a review on one of their rifles. If memory serves, he said he shot very accurately with it.
    Correct. I donít remember hearing him say how many rounds he had through it though. And I wish he would actually shoot a few groups like MrG&G.


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    Quote Originally Posted by morpheus562 View Post
    GarandThumb also did a review on one of their rifles. If memory serves, he said he shot very accurately with it.
    I missed that. I’ll have to go look for it.
    "An opinion solicited does not equal one freely voiced," Al Swearengen, Deadwood 1877.

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