16″ 5.56 BA HANSON MIDLENGTH AR 15 BARREL W/ LO PRO, PERFORMANCE SERIES (.625″ GAS BLOCK JOURNAL)

16″ 5.56 BA HANSON MIDLENGTH AR 15 BARREL W/ LO PRO, PERFORMANCE SERIES (.625″ GAS BLOCK JOURNAL)

$235.00

16″ Ballistic Advantage Hanson Mid-length Barrel

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16″ Ballistic Advantage Hanson Mid-length Barrel

Looking for a quality barrel to upgrade your AR-15 rifle? Check out the 16″ 5.56 BA HANSON MID-LENGTH AR 15 BARREL W/ LO PRO, PERFORMANCE SERIES (.625″ Gas Block Journal) from Ballistic Advantage. Also, this barrel is machined from 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium steel. With a QPQ Corrosion Resistant Finish, and features a Nickel Boron Coated Extended M4 Feed Ramp Extension. It’s perfect for pairing with many of our AR-15 stripped upper receivers.

Additionally, the Hanson Series barrels feature our proprietary BA Hanson profile and include a pinned lo-pro gas block. They’re not designed to work with aftermarket piston kits but are available in .750″ and .625″ diameters at the gas block journal. Also, the .625″ version is a thinner and lighter weight version of the original BA Hanson barrel.

So, if you are looking for a quality barrel that will help improve your shooting performance, be sure to check out the 16″ 5.56 BA HANSON MID LENGTH AR 15 BARREL W/ LO PRO, PERFORMANCE SERIES from Ballistic Advantage.

SKU: BABL556025F

Made in the USA

WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Weight 2 lbs
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