CMC Triggers Fluted Barrel for GLOCK 34 Gen3/Gen4 - Bronze TiCN

Manufactured by CMC Triggers
SKU: 75518
MPN: 75518
Manufactured by CMC Triggers
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CMC Match Precision Barrels are the ultimate drop-in upgrade for Glock pistols. Machined to extremely tight tolerances from pre-hardened 416R stainless steel, selected for corrosion resistance and high tensile strength.

While undergoing strict quality control, these barrels are closely inspected to ensure you receive an ultra-precise barrel with enhanced slide fit and lock up. Barrels are 6 groove cut rifled with a 1:10 RH twist rate, double honed to produce the smoothest bore possible with a max roughness average of 12.

These user-friendly drop-in barrels do not require a gunsmith for assembly.

Features:
  • Bead blasted to a satin finish prior to plating
  • Bronze TiCN
  • 416R stainless steel barrel
  • Hexagonal boron nitride bore and chamber
  • Chambered in 9mm Luger with a 1:10 twist rate
  • Straight fluted
  • Made in Texas
  • 100% Manufacturers Lifetime Warranty!
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Specifications

Barrel CoatingPhysical Vapor Deposition - TiCN Bronze
Barrel LiningHexagonal Boron Nitride - hBN
Barrel Material416R Stainless Steel
BrandCMC Triggers
Caliber Gauge9mm Luger
PlatformGlock Handguns
Thread PatternUnthreaded
Twist Rate1:10
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Great function, accuracy and aesthetics. Finish durability might be an issue.

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Great function and accuracy. The only ding would be the quality of the finish. It may have been the Brownell's G34 slide I was using, but after only a few racks of the slide there was a very noticeable wearing of the finish on the top of the barrel where it tucks under the slide when the slide is racked. I would chalk this up to the tolerance being a little too tight for both the barrel and the slide, and the TICN finish cannot handle that much friction. I think the slide is also at fault, but I also think the finish could be better.