Rosco unleashes new Purebred Barrels in .300 BLK, .223 Wylde

Rosco Manufacturing recently introduced its latest set of barrels, known as the Purebred series, chambered in .300 Blackout and .223 Wylde.
The Purebred lineup is designed for an array of shooters, with each barrel in the series  offering a designated purpose. From suppressors, to short-barreled rifles and even precision shooting competitions, Rosco worked to provide consumers of all needs with a multitude of options from which to choose.

Boasting lengths starting at 8.2-inches and climbing to 20-inches, the series is constructed from 416R stainless steel. The series features medium, heavy and government barrel profiles. The Purebred line showcases threaded options with two pitches available — 5/8×24 and 1/2×28.

“Rosco Manufacturing’s ‘Purebred’ series is a testament to precision and quality manufacturing,” the company said in a statement. “We took a step back to see how we could create a barrel line that would be a culmination of all the lessons learned through years of making barrels for several OEM’s. The result is a barrel that will produce results out of the box for any shooter that is looking to take their skills above and beyond.”

Pricing starts at $175, topping out at $230

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