Match Series



.223 Wylde
.300 Blackout

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6.5 Creedmoor
6.5 Grendel
.308 Win




Heavy Fluted

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NP3 Extension

NP3® finish is an electroless nickel-based finish for steel, stainless steel and aluminum alloys that co-deposits sub-micron particles of PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), otherwise known as Teflon™, with electroless nickel.

NP3® metal finish offers many benefits. NP3® permits firing for longer periods of time between cleaning, dirt and powder residue have no wet or oily surface to cling to. When cleaning is required, the effort needed is minimal – usually requiring only a soft cloth. NP3® is very corrosion resistant. It provides a high lubricity and low friction co-efficient, greatly increasing the life expectancy of a firearm due to reduced friction wear. NP3® is a satin gray, non-reflective color ideal for all firearms.

5R Rifling

5R is an improvement over conventional rifling by changing the shape and configuration of the lands and grooves. Conventional rifling, while effective, can be improved upon in two ways.

1. Conventional rifling has sharp 90-degree corners from the top of the land to the bottom of the groove.

2. Conventional rifling has lands and grooves opposing one another.

5R rifling improves upon this by using 5 lands and grooves over the even numbers which puts lands opposite of grooves. Further, the transition from the top of the land to the groove is sloped.

  • Standard Rifling Profile

    Standard Rifling

    NOTICE: The sides of the lands are sharper compared to the 5R rifling.

  • 5R Rifling Profile

    5R Rifling

    NOTICE: Notice the slanted slides of the lands.

416R - Stainless Steel

Only the best materials are used for the Match Series. Developed specifically for high quality barrels, 416-R stainless steel is a premium high chromium or “stainless” steel. 416-R is specifically formulated for and maintains tightly controlled chemistry for excellent machinability. 416-R has freer cutting properties than standard 410 and 416 grades of stainless, meaning better defined bores and thus accuracy. Further, 416-R is designed for deployment in extreme cold weather up to -40°F where other grades of stainless may shatter. Finished with a salt bath nitride, this gives the bore the best accuracy potential with long-term wear and corrosion resistance.