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Adaptive Tactical Tac-Hammer Ruger® 10/22 Rifle Replacement Barrel

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SKU: 110927579 Item: 1038538
Adaptive Tactical The Adaptive Tactical Tac-Hammer Ruger® 10/22 Rifle Replacement Barrel includes a barrel, cantilevered optic rail and front threaded compensator. Adaptive Tactical Tac-Hammer Ruger® 10/22 Rifle Replacement Barrel
110927579 329.99 USD
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$329.99

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Improve the accuracy of your rifle with the Adaptive Tactical Tac-Hammer Ruger® 10/22 Rifle Replacement Barrel. The rigid-core barrel delivers improved accuracy and repeatability of shot without added weight. The kit includes a barrel, cantilevered optic rail and front threaded compensator. Made in USA.

Features and Benefits
  • P4140 chromoly steel barrel with heat- and rust-resistant coating
  • Made in USA
  • 6061 aluminum shroud with Cerakote coating and 6061 aluminum top rail/compensator with color-matched Cerakote
  • Threaded 1/2 x 28 barrel end fits common compensators or suppressors
  • Rigid-core, stepped barrel design is encased within a post-tension, aluminum shroud, offering the rigidity of a bull barrel with a significant reduction in weight
  • Designed to improve rifle accuracy, performance, shouldering and portability
  • Includes Bentz chamber
  • 1/16 twist
  • 16" barrel length (without compensator), 17.25" (with compensator)
Specifications
  • Manufacturer warranty - general: Lifetime limited
What's in the Box
  • Adaptive Tactical Tac-Hammer Ruger® 10/22 Rifle Replacement Barrel
  • Installation instructions
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