Factory contour, premium-grade and precision chambered .22 Long Rifle 10/22 barrel provides an easy and immediate improvement in accuracy over your original Ruger factory barrel.
Wilson Combat Match chamber combines the accuracy of a target grade rifle with the reliable cycling of a standard factory chamber.
The standard factory-style taper with precision crown will give you a handy but match-accurate 10/22. ˝"-28 tpi threaded muzzle for adding a suppressor or muzzle brake. Comes with matching thread protector.
Straight fluted for greater heat dissipation and less weight. Tough black Armor Tuff finish gives a lower profile appearance that matches your factory receiver.
|Chamber||.22 Long Rifle|
|Gas Block Seat||N/A|
|Material||Stainless Steel, Type 416R, Barrel Grade|
|Muzzle Threads||1/2" x 28|
|Profile||Factory Contour - Straight Fluted|
|Rifling||1:16, RH, Six Groove, Precision Button Rifling|
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|Great KRISS Defiance DMK-22 Barrel Replacement||3/10/2018|
|Bought this to replace factory barrel on Defiance DMK-22. For those of you familiar, this particular rifle can utilize standard Ruger 10/22 barrels so I was shopping around for options. I decided on the Wilson for outstanding quality and aesthetics. Performance and fit are outstanding but I do have some important details to share for anyone considering this an an option for their DMK22 specifically. The DMK22 utilizes an unique barrel collar and proprietary barrel nut for Ruger style 10/22 barrel swaps. You will need to do some gunsmithing and drill 1/8 recessed holes to mirror factory fitment of the barrel collar as two locking bolts are used to maintain proper alignment. Very simple job but just wanted to make potential buyers aware. As far as performance, I was able to shoot a 45-round 1-inch group at 25 yards with CCI Stinger ammo, and the factory iron sights in my local indoor range. While that distance is certainly not impressive as we just had a nor-easter in NJ and my only initial test option was an indoor range, the consistency is. Again that is a 45 round group in which I shot 3 magazines of 15 rds each right after one another. I have absolutely no doubt that an accomplished marksman with the proper optic and ammo can shoot a 1-1.5 MOA group at 100 yards with this barrel.|
|- Bruce Cutson, NJ|