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I would also recommend Rainier arms, they have very good barrels.

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I too have to recommend a GAP Bartlein. My 6.5 CM shoots 9/16 to 5/8 5 shot groups, with factory Hornady ELD-M and ELD-X. I have everything ready to handliad and develop a load for her. Expecting 1/2 when I'm done. This with a "gasser"!!! 

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JP uses Lilja barrels,  Rainier Arms uses various vendors from Wilson on up.   Sounds like you may be interested in some precision, but also just shooting some ball in it.  As you already found out, the bigger the gun, the more things cost.  The more precision, the more the cost. Spinta Precision had 308/7.62 barrels from $199 to $249 may fit your budget.

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Criterion!!!! All the way

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Iv herd nothing but good things about BHW barrels 

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I have a JP on mine and it’s one hole at 100yds. A little more money but worth it. 

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Proof are great.  I have a T-Box 6Creed and have had Grendel and 300 BO.  REally pleased with them. Eric Lee with www.sgtofarms.com helped me out.  Great VeteranOWned business, just hosted the Cowtown Clash Gas gun match in Texas

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I see no one is saying anything about ballistic advantage barrel, are they not any good? Just bought one for my 308 build.

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41 minutes ago, Rod603 said:

I see no one is saying anything about ballistic advantage barrel, are they not any good? Just bought one for my 308 build.

It may not be chosen for a precision rifle rather than a 3 gun rifle.

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18 hours ago, Dan Sierpina said:

It may not be chosen for a precision rifle rather than a 3 gun rifle.

I figured for the price of them they were accurate, now have to rethink my 6.5 CM upper I plan on building for 1000 yard shots .

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2 hours ago, Rod603 said:

I figured for the price of them they were accurate, now have to rethink my 6.5 CM upper I plan on building for 1000 yard shots .

They have a .5 moa guarantee, it might be worth trying for the 6.5 CM.

 

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