**PLEASE NOTE: THESE ARE CURRENTLY ON CLEARANCE. These are considered BLEMISHED which are purely cosmetic; ranging from slight discolorations in the finish to scratches. These WILL NOT effect the performance of these barrels. By purchasing these barrels, you understand that these are Blemished and are sold as is. These are not returnable/cancellable once the purchase is made.**
These barrels are currently 30% OFF with coupon code: 30OFFS3F
These bad boys are made with higher quality materials than the standard OEM barrels and are manufactured to have tighter tolerances. The end result is a barrel that is more durable and more accurate than standard barrels. The fully supported chamber allows all bullet materials and grains to be used - factory and reloaded ammo included. Every barrel goes through diligent quality control processes to ensure that you're only getting the best of the best. All barrels meet SAAMI (Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute) specifications.
They're available in 3 finishes: Titanium Nitride or TiN, which gives the barrel a polished gold finish, Black Nitride for a sleek black look and Stainless Steel for a silver finish. There are 4 styles available for each finish: Fluted, Threaded, Fluted/Threaded and Non-Threaded/Non-Fluted. If you're looking for more information on the finishes and styles, look below the Specifications.
The best part? It's just a simple barrel swap - no need for special tools or gunsmithing expertise to upgrade your Glock to Beast Mode. What are you waiting for?
Material: 416R Stainless Steel
Rifling: Pulled broached / SAAMI spec 9mm Rifling
Threading: 1/2x28 (only applicable to Threaded barrels); comes with a Threaded Protector in your matching finish
Fluting: Four column flutes at safe depths (only applicable to Fluted barrels)
Finishes: Titanium Nitride (TiN or "Gold"), Black Nitride, Stainless Steel
Titanium Nitride is an extremely hard ceramic material that is applied to the barrel. Typically a small amount is used (less than 5 micrometers which is 0.00020 inches) but the improvements are substantial. It makes the barrel hard, scratch and wear resistant as well as corrosion and chemical resistant and lowers the coefficient of friction so the barrel runs smoother as well as giving the barrel a polished gold appearance.
Black Nitride is a coating where the barrel undergoes a special process that diffuses nitrogen and carbon into the surface of the barrel. During this process, 2 layers are produced - an outer iron nitride layer with a nitrogen layer beneath it. This infusion gives the barrel increased wear resistance, fatigue strength, corrosion resistance, lubricity while giving the barrel a suave black look.
Stainless Steel is a barrel without the fancy coatings but the undeniable image of elegance. Black gun with a silver barrel? Yes please.
Fluted barrels come with 4 column flutes that are cut at "safe depths" so there's absolutely no interference with the function of the gun. The main purpose of fluting is to reduce weight and increase surface area to make the barrels less susceptible to overheating. Plus you know they look awesome.
Threaded barrels are pretty simple. They're threaded at 1/2x28 to allow the use of suppressors. 'Nuff said.
Threaded/Fluted barrels combine both of the styles above for shooters that just love to go balls to the wall with their options & upgrades.
Non-Threaded/Non-Fluted barrels are similar to standard OEM barrels except they're tougher and more accurate. For people that don't want all the bells and whistles. Or because they like the price of these better.