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For 10/22, 5oz QUAD-BORE LLW Barrel, 22LR Sporter Chamber, .6875" Diameter Precision Slip Fit Tenon w/Cerakote Savage Stainless Finish

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At 5oz, our new QUAD-BORE LLW is our latest and possibly the lightest barrel on the planet for your competition 10/22.

The QUAD-BORE LLW is similar in appearance to our original LLW series barrels (10.5oz Stainless and 8.8oz Titanium) except the new QUAD-BORE LLW weighs just 5oz.

  • Lightweight, durable, extreme low moment of inertia for lightning quick starts and transitions
  • More than 40% lighter than our Titanium 8.8oz LLW barrel
  • 416 stainless steel breech and breechface to withstand extremely high round counts
  • Wiland USA Proprietary Rimfire Chambering gives very high reliability during high round counts while still maintaing exceptional accuracy
  • Fits 10/22 OEM or aftermarket receivers and stocks/chassis
  • High strength aerospace alloy aluminum body and seamless shroud
  • 1:16 Twist Rate, 22LR Bore
  • Length: 16.1" - no SBR tax stamp required
  • Diameter: tapers from .920" at the receiver down to .750" at the muzzle
  • A 5-inch long rifled section gives you the same ballistic "feel" and bullet drop between your pistols and rifles
  • All of the Wiland USA .750 SOL Front Fiber Optic Sights will fit the QUAD-BORE LLW
  • CNC machined and heat treated from bar stock
  • High degree of accuracy in chamber, rifling, and throat
  • Exceptional performance with any brand, high and standard velocity 22LR ammunition
  • Cerakote® Savage Stainless finish and CNC Laser Engraved
  • Defies Physics!
  • Did we mention it is only 5oz?



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  • 5

    Posted by Carl Dvorak on May 17th 2023

    All I can say is Wow this 5-oz Barrel is knocking significant time off of my son's times. It is exceptionally fast to point yet allows for great control. I did have to change to a lighter spring in order to accommodate the reduced barrel pressure from the shorter bore length. If you're in the market for a barrel and want the fastest thing this is it.