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Up for sale is a new 10.5 ACR barrel. It’s one of CDNN’s GunBroker ones, so it comes with the lock ring & gas block installed. Basically, no gas system or piston support. I do have a carbine op-rod in my spare parts. Every other part needed is a direct swap from your existing barrel and pretty quick to do.
$725 shipped, add $25 for the op-rod.

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Honestly didn’t know there were two versions

I’m not sure, and don’t want to pull the gas block to check. Is there any other way to differentiate the Mil & Civ?
 

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Honestly didn’t know there were two versions

I’m not sure, and don’t want to pull the gas block to check. Is there any other way to differentiate the Mil & Civ?
No worries, I was just curious if CDNN had told you or not.....im torn, I don't need to spend $750 right now on a 10.5" barrel but this seems like an easier route then getting an AR15 barrel cut and machined and gas port adjusted.....Damn you Howdy!
 
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