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KIDD Match Bull Barrel, 20″, Stainless Steel

KIDD Match Bull Barrel, 20″, Stainless Steel

$389.00

KIDD

 

  • Aftermarket 10/22® barrel
  • Slip-fit design
  • STAINLESS STEEL
  • HAND LAPPED individually
  • 11 degree crown, 1:16 twist, convex extractor slot
  • Heavy barrels slow down the shooter-targets are easier to hit
  • Barrel is muzzle threaded 1/2"-28
  • Cap included
  • Choice of three lengths 20", 18", 16.5"
  • Choice of polished or beadblasted finish.
  • The choice of fluting enhancement in a .22 rimfire is more of an aesthetic or cosmetic feature rather than for cooling purposes.

 

In stock

Barrel installation: 

Depending on your receiver, if there is paint build up in the receiver mortise be sure to scrape that out. It is recommended to use an anti-seize compound to assist in installation. Anti-seize is readily available at automotive stores.  It is best if you can get the barrel tenon started into the receiver mortise, then turn it over and tap the back of the receiver with a rubber mallet. Be sure to line the extractor slot up as you are installing the barrel. Your barrel is ready to shoot, just run two magazines through it before you really start looking at group size. Do this each time you change brands of ammunition as well. Keep the chamber clean, but don’t clean the bore too much you will decrease accuracy. Depending on the ammo, clean the bore around every 500 rounds.

Avoiding “barrel droop”:

First and foremost barrel droop is eliminated with a solid fit between the barrel and the receiver.  If the barrel slips in too easily then the shooter should already be aware that there is not a secure fit and gravity will start doing her work immediately.  Or if the barrn motion.  For instance if the breach end of the tenon is smaller than the shoulder end the weight of the barrel will “pull” the barrel down and barrel droop is created.  Or if the breach end of the tenon is larger than the shoulder end then as the tenon is installed in the mortise the breach carves a larger hole and again a teeter totter effect is created as the smaller shoulder end of the tenon sits is a hole that is too large.  This same effect would happen if the middle of the barrel tenon was enlarged.

Additional information

Weight 1.8 kg
Brand

Fitting

Dlask® DAR-22®, Ruger® 10/22 ®

Caliber

Barrel Length

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Finish

Matte, Polished

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KIDD

KIDD 22LR Match Stainless Steel Rifle Bull Barrel

KIDD 22LR aftermarket replacement for the 22LR bull barrel is the ultimate performer in accuracy. Stainless steel material along with  unique manufacturing procedures guarantee that KIDD .22LR match barrel will group 1/2″ at 50 yards. This bull barrel will slip into your Ruger® 10/22® receiver or other aftermarket 10/22® receiver. It comes in three lengths 20″, 18″, 16.5″ and the stainless steel finish is offered in a polished or bead blast. The best things about these match bull barrels are their simplicity. They tend to be more nose heavy then our other barrels but in this way they create an advantage while target shooting. The advantage is created by slowing down the movement of the rifle as a whole. When the rifle movement is slow the target appears for a longer amount of time in the scope.

Barrel weight:
20″ match barrel= 3 pounds 5 ounces
The choice of fluting enhancement in a .22 rimfire is more of an aesthetic or cosmetic feature rather than for cooling purposes.

These are the finest barrels on the market, each one is hand lapped. Stainless steel barrel is bored and rifled by Lothar Walther in Germany. Tony Kidd then performs all the final machining to make match barrel a worthy KIDD product. A proprietary chamber reamer is used to ensure the cartridge and bullet feed smoothly. Barrels are chambered to accept .22 LR ammo and have a 1:16 twist. Muzzle threading is 1/2″-28 and  a protective cap is included.

The unique convex extractor slot eliminates extraction problems by ensuring the extractor is always in perfect alignment with the case rim. Why doesn’t everybody use this extractor slot? Because the tooling is very expensive and requires tolerances be held very close for proper machining. Each barrel receives an 11 degree crown and the double ring logo at the muzzle.

Avoiding “barrel droop”:   First and foremost barrel droop is eliminated with a solid fit between the barrel and the receiver.  If the barrel slips in too easily then the shooter should already be aware that there is not a secure fit and gravity will start doing her work immediately.  Or if the barrn motion.  For instance if the breach end of the tenon is smaller than the shoulder end the weight of the barrel will “pull” the barrel down and barrel droop is created.  Or if the breach end of the tenon is larger than the shoulder end then as the tenon is installed in the mortise the breach carves a larger hole and again a teeter totter effect is created as the smaller shoulder end of the tenon sits is a hole that is too large.  This same effect would happen if the middle of the barrel tenon was enlarged.

  • KIDD 22LR Aftermarket 10/22® barrel
  • Slip-fit design
  • STAINLESS STEEL
  • HAND LAPPED individually
  • 11 degree crown, 1:16 twist, convex extractor slot
  • Heavy barrels slow down the shooter-targets are easier to hit.
  • Barrel is muzzle threaded 1/2″-28
  • Cap included
  • Choice of three lengths 20″, 18″, 16.5″
  • Choice of polished or matte finish.