SOLD/EXPIRED Blaser R93 Attache 270 Wby barrel and standard R93 243 barrel ***SOLD***


Well-Known Member
Jan 23, 2006
San Antonio, Tx.
Am moving to the R8 platform to keep things simple. Have two Blaser R93 barrels for sale. The first is an Attache barrel (fluted) in 270 Wby mag. I bought barrel new last year and it's in mint condition. I don’t count rounds but from the targets I have and memory I’d suspect it has roughly a box of ammo through it. Probably less but that should cover it. Took it to New Mexico last October and killed a mule deer. It hasn’t done squat since, especially since the 243 barrel stayed on the frame for coyotes. It shoots 1/2" and better with factory Weatherby 140 ballistic tips. The only marks on it are where the scope mount clamps on and even under the barrel you can barely see where the barrel clamps into the action. These barrels list for over $2000. I have it priced with shipping and insurance in the US for $1250.00. The barrel comes with the magazine insert and with the original factory box. I have quite a few pics if interested shoot me a PM with your email address and I'll send them to you.

The second is a standard contour R93 243 win barrel. This barrel has some use but it's in excellent condition and is a great shooter. It will shoot the Federal, Winchester and Hornady 55-58 gr bullets into sub 1/2" groups at 100 yards. Furthermore if you shoot all 3 groups you can cover them all with a 1.5" circle. It also comes with the factory magazine insert and is priced at $675 including US shipping. It has a small rub spot under the barrel where it evidently contacted the frame. Otherwise it's got the usual scope mount marks on top and on the bottom where it rest on the frame when secured in place.


Jeffrey Lin

New Member
Feb 1, 2013
Re: Blaser R93 Attache 270 Wby barrel and standard R93 243 barrel


Is the .243 Win barrel still available?




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