2 Barrels and a Flash Hider

Diggitydzl

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I have a factory Remington barrel from a 300 Win Mag 5r rifle, 24 inch, threaded 5/8x24. Round count is in the neighborhood of 150-200. I re-barreled the rifle with a carbon barrel and hung onto the original just in case but after a 2 years I realize I'll probably never do anything with it. $125obo.

I also have a Silencerco threaded barrel for a Glock 19. I have used it only a little and decided to dedicate a different pistol for suppressor use. $175.

Finally, I have an AAC flash hider, 51 tooth QD for suppressor use. It is for 5.56mm and has 1/2 x 28 threads. $50.

All prices are shipped to the lower 48.
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jpfrog

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are you able to post a picture with all 3 items together in the same picture? Also, the round count on the win mag barrel- were those factory loads, handloads? If the latter, were they mild or screaming fast? What did the barrel like for powder bullet/weight?
 

Diggitydzl

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I can get a pic of all three for ya. It'll be a couple hours though because I'm at work.

The Win Mag barrel had maybe a box or 2 of factory loads shot through it for break in. The reload of choice was a 210gr Berger VLD at around 2800fps.
 

Diggitydzl

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Here is the group photo. Also, to answer the rest of your questions on the reloads, I used H1000 and seated the 210VLD at the lands. Also, per the pictures, I do not have the thread protector for the 5r barrel.
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