All Wilson Combat Match Grade AR barrels are precisely crafted from the finest American-made 416R rifle rated steel on computer controlled equipment to our exacting list of technical specifications. These proven barrels feature a hand-polished bore and then complete a rigorous final inspection process that ensures your new barrel will meet your most demanding expectations. All barrels feature crisp CNC markings, precision muzzle crown and a chamber optimized for reliability.
Our AR-9 9mm AR pistol/carbine barrels are made with the same care as our legendary rifle caliber barrels. These superb barrels are perfect for your next build and have been designed to work with most legacy 9mm AR uppers. The 1-10” twist is optimized for long range accuracy and 1” groups at 50 yards are not uncommon with match grade ammunition. These barrels use a 5/8”-24 TPI threaded muzzle for enhanced accuracy and work well with our Q-Comp muzzle brake.
Our AR-9 Barrels are compatable with Colt, JP, and Stag upper recievers.
NOTE: When assembled into a Short Barreled Rifle, all NFA rules apply. See note below from ATF Website.
|Gas Block Seat||N/A|
|Material||Stainless Steel, Type 416R, Barrel Grade|
|Muzzle Threads||5/8" x 24|
|Rifling||1:10, Precision Button Rifling|
Get your new barrel in your favorite Armor-Tuff® color with our Armor-Tuff® Barrel Upgrade
Wilson Combat AR Barrel Service Policy
Because of the nature of the AR parts business and varying pressures of commercially available ammunition, Wilson Combat cannot guarantee function with a Wilson Combat AR barrel in your firearm build using core parts other than Wilson Combat branded parts (barrel, gas block/tube, bolt carrier group).
If you assemble a firearm with a Wilson Combat AR barrel and it fails to function, you first need to check the fit of the barrel to the gas block and the overall condition of your rifle’s gas system/bolt carrier group to ensure your system isn’t leaking gas. As buffers and springs play a role in overall reliability, the use of an aftermarket style buffer system is not recommended. When using an adjustable gas block, reliability is only guaranteed at the fully open setting without any gas port constriction. If you would like our gunsmiths to troubleshoot your AR build using a Wilson Combat barrel, Wilson Combat Custom Shop rates for troubleshooting will apply. (see below)
If you return a barrel for accuracy issues and we determine the barrel shoots within our specifications, Wilson Combat Custom Shop rates for troubleshooting will apply. If you return a barrel for possible headspace issues and upon inspection, the barrel is found to be within Wilson Combat specifications, Wilson Combat Custom Shop rates for troubleshooting will apply. (see below)
NOTE: Always have a competent gunsmith/armorer assemble your upper and headspace your barrel before first use.
Wilson Combat Custom Shop Troubleshooting Rates:
$75.00 per hour labor charge
$50.00 headspace verification
$1.00 per round test fire
Shipping to Wilson Combat for service is the responsibility of the consumer. If your Wilson Combat components are identified to be out of specification in any way, service and return shipping will be covered under our service policy. However, if the Wilson Combat components are found to be within specification return shipping will be the responsibility of the customer.
(Note From ATF Website)
Q: May a FFL or an individual legally possess the parts to manufacture an SBR or SBS as long as no firearms are actually assembled?
A: FFL (Type-7 or Type-10) who pays the Special Occupational Tax (SOT) may possess parts required to assemble NFA firearms. A non-licensee or FFL who has not paid the SOT is required to register any NFA firearm via an ATF Form 1 http://www.atf.gov/files/forms/download/atf-f-5320-1.pdf (5320.1) prior to acquisition of the parts required to assemble such firearm.