Thompson / Center Encore® 15" Pro Hunter 308 Winchester Stainless Steel Pistol Barrel

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Thompson / Center Encore® 15" Pro Hunter 308 Winchester Stainless Steel Pistol Barrel.

Delivers the highest muzzle velocity available. Precision fluting helps strengthen the Barrel, dissipate the heat and balance the rifle for natural handling!

  • Winchester stainless steel
  • CNC technology used to machine both the target crown and the chamber
  • Adjustable sights
  • Bore-rifled
  • Dimensions 31 1/ 2 " l. x 2" w. x 7" h.
  • Weight 4.45 lbs.
  • Lifetime limited warranty.

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Winchester Stainless Steel Pistol Barrel

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