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    Ballistic advantage barrels

    Just wondering what you all thought of ballistic advantage barrels.

    Thanks guys.

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    I have a 9 inch .300 BLK barrel that has been good so far. But that has been my only experience at this point.
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    I have their 14.5 Hanson with pinned gas block, on two rifles with a BCM A2X muzzle. Have several thousand thru one, and about 700 thru the other. wicked accurate.
    If it isn't durable, it isn't reliable.

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    Cool


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    I'm very happy with my SPR barrel. More accurate than I am. It is in fact sub MOA capable. Great bang for the buck, I see myself buying more down the road.

    Sample of one, but mine's great.

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    if you are spending less than $200 they are a good option. I like the Hanson profile and they are HP/MPI if you go with the "Performance Series or higher. Right to Bear, AIM Surplus and Granite Ridge are good places to buy these on sale

    I prefer chrome lined for general use rifles though an usually go Sionics or Green Mountain as they are $180 and high quality.

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    Had one in a 308AR the gov't profile 18". Was my first repeatable sub minute AR rifle actually closer to .7 with SMK's off a lead sled. Multiple kills on hogs in the 330-380 range bullets were absolutely as close to POA I could hope for shooting out of a truck using Hornady American Whitetail SP's.

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