He states that the area under the gas block is .936 in diameter. That is bull barrel width. Typical medium contours are .750 under the gas block. Bull barrels are thick and heavy for added rigidity for added precision. The barrel is unthreaded at the muzzle with only a target crown. So it would seem that this is a precision oriented barrel. But its chambered in 5.56. Not a precision chambering, its a bit loose for added reliability (so it can still function when dirty). That doesn't make any sense, it's counter intuitive.
The current trend is for lightweight set ups, easier to carry, easier to track multiple targets, accurate enough for practical shooting. The heavier a rifle is, longer it will take you to track, stop, hold steady, then fire. Bull barrels are best for bench shooting or for fire suppression roles....
Also what gets me is this guy, tells you who forged his upper, who made his dust cover, but won't tell you who made the barrel.....wth man.
Assumption is the mother of all ****ups.
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