Bloodline Glock 17 Barrel
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Bloodline Glock 17 Barrel

$148.03$156.26

The Rosco Manufacturing’s line of Glock barrels are a drop-in, match grade option that enhances the accuracy and performance of any stock Glock pistol. All Bloodline Glock barrels are made from 416R stainless steel, broached, honed, polished, and then melonited.
All barrels have also been designed with strategic beveled edges surrounding the chamber area to reduce premature wear/ tear commonly found on basic aftermarket barrels. The result is a duty capable upgrade that will not sacrifice quality. Drop a Bloodline in your Glock to experience true PERFECTION at a price that will leave you room for plenty of ammo.
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Glock 17 barrel: This Glock Bloodline barrel is designed to work with Glock 17 pistols, generations 1 through 4. Although this is a simple to accomplish user friendly swap, we still encourage you to consult a local gunsmith should you have any questions about installation. This barrel is rated for use with SAAMI approved, factory new ammunition. Any catastrophic damage/failure caused to product by improper installation, use of reloads, or non-SAAMI approved ammunition will not be covered by the factory warranty.

No gunsmith fitting required.
Made in the USA, the Rosco way!

Specs:

Barrel Length 4.49” OAL (Non-Threaded), 5” OAL (Threaded)
Barrel Material 416R Stainless Steel
Barrel Caliber 9x19mm
Twist 1/10 RH
Barrel Crown Recessed with a 50/50 surface split
Barrel Finish Melonite (Electro bore polished)
Rifling Pulled broach
Thread Pitch ½ X 28 TPI (Threaded only)

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 3 × 2.5 in
Barrel Options

Threaded, Non-threaded

1 review for Bloodline Glock 17 Barrel

  1. Luke Buran (verified owner)

    I run an OZ9 as my do all pistol, so it’s basically a Gen 3 Glock 17. Holster will I had been running one of ZEVs dimpled and threaded barrels, and even though it was accurate as all heck, the extended portion for the threads would burn me after a session of firing and put back into the IWB, even with a holster designed to mitigate that. So I needed a non-threaded barrel, and instead of looking for some Gucci name, like Zev, Zaffiri, or the like, I decided to go with the barrels I have ran hard in all of my ARs… Rosco. I tossed it in, fitment was excellent, it looks clean and is a high quality barrel, no doubt. Since I don’t carry what I haven’t shot, I took it to the range and ran 200 rounds through it. Accuracy wise, I had a difficult time noticing a difference, still getting 4” groupings at 25 yards, no feed issues, and my optic didn’t require any zeroing for it.

    I always recommend Rosco, and, again, I recommend Rosco for your Glock barrels, whatever your need is.

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