Wilson barrels are well known in the target shooter crowd but they also make run-of-the-mill barrels for various gun manufacturers.
Has anyone installed and shot one of the RRA 'Wilson air-guaged' stainless heavy barrels ? If so, how does it group ?
Am thinking of rebarrelling a varmit config. AR. It has a Krieger stainless tube chambered and installed by Bill Wylde himself and shoots nice sub .5 MOA groups but it's 24 inches long and 1" diam. and just too heavy.
Any experience would be appreciated.
why not just get it reprofile or cut down.
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Thanks for the replies.
I probably should get the Krieger barrel modified but am not sure who to send it to. I don't know if Bill Wylde is in business anymore and I waited a year for him to build this rifle to begin with.
I would like something 20 or 22 inches with less than .9 up to, and maybe .7 or so beyond the gas block.
Barrel performs well but has about 2,500 rds thru it. I suppose it makes sense to re-chamber it so I have a 'new throat area' to extend barrel life.
Any suggestions for a precision smith ?