Bear Creek Arsenal 24" 6.5 Creedmoor 1:8 Rifle Length Heavy Barrel - Straight Flutes - Stainless Steel

Manufactured by Bear Creek Arsenal
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Bear Creek Arsenal products complete their entire production cycle at their Sanford, North Carolina facilities. Drilling, reaming, rifling, and turning are all performed on CNC machines under ISO-9002 Quality Systems, allowing Bear Creek to precisely control each step of manufacturing. Careful inspection ensures each barrel meets their stringent standards before shipping.

This stainless steel heavy barrel, chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor with a 1:8 twist rate, includes straight flutes.

Bear Creek Arsenal guarantees 1 MOA grouping at 100 yards when appropriate shooting techniques and high-quality ammunition are used.

NOTE: Bear Creek Arsenal does not recommend using steel cased ammo in their assemblies or rifles.

  • 416R stainless steel HBAR barrel
  • Chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor with a 1:8 twist rate
  • 5/8x24 thread pitch
  • Straight flutes
  • Accepts .936 gas blocks


Barrel CoatingStainless Steel
Barrel ContourHBAR
Barrel Length24
Barrel LiningStainless Steel
Barrel Material416R Stainless Steel
BrandBear Creek Arsenal
Caliber Gauge6.5 Creedmoor
Gas Seat Diameter.936
Gas System LengthRifle
Thread Pattern5/8 X 24
Twist Rate1:8

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For me this is a spare barrel, to back up my 22” in same format because 24s were out of stock. Heavy HBAR 1.20 at extension, 1.055” under guard, .936 GB and .910 to muzzle thread. Why spare, Rumor has it that BCA barrels “may not be as durable or accurate as barrels that cost more”, Oh really? My 22” is sub-MOA, so durability? An X-Caliber barrel made like this would cost you $460 without bolt fitting. Let’s see $85 goes into $460, a lot of spare barrels so who cares. This is a great buy. I did find a small machine nick in the 9:30 position of my breech counter bore. Dremel polishing, and you probably need to work the feed ramp edges before you install it. So 15 extra minutes and you have a super cost effective deal. Buy’em while you can.