MPN: SB90502-MP


  • Black Nitride coated inside and out for corrosion resistant
  • Muzzle device ready - 1/2-28 TPI
  • Precision and accuracy 9mm AR barrel

*A barrel that is shorter than 16" is only for use on a pistol configuration firearm or a NFA registered Short-Barreled Rifle (SBR). All NFA laws apply!


  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Length: 5.5"
  • Twist Rate: 1:10 Twist
  • Material: 4140 Steel
  • Muzzle Thread Pattern: 1/2"-28
  • Finish: Black Nitride
  • Weight: 9.98 oz.


  • AR-15 upper receivers


What is it you want in a 9mm AR pistol? Sure, they're fun to shoot, but they only have three real uses. First, is a grown-up toy you use to pop cans in your backyard. Second, a fast-action competition gun. Third, would be a compact PDW for your home or bug-out bag. In any case, your 9mm AR pistol is useless if it isn't reliable and accurate. As you know, the accuracy of your weapon lies in its 9mm AR Barrel.

A Name Is Only A name, Except When It Isn't.

I know you have come across the prick that brags about the high-end glass that his gun is wearing. They seem to think that somehow, that name is going to make them a better shooter. In many cases, the only person that could miss with such expensive equipment is the one that can afford it. However, when the name of a company speaks not only of quality but affordability, that's a different story. The Spikes Tactical name speaks volumes in the shooting world. A Spikes Tactical 9mm AR Barrel brings affordable quality to the average shooter. Quality that allows you to perform and stay on budget.

Full Features In A Small Frame

The Spikes 9mm AR Barrel gets all the love given to its bigger brothers. This little barrel is made from 4140 steel, then it goes through a quench, polish, quench process. The barrel gets a Black Nitride treatment both inside and out. Why? Because that's what you would do if you were making it. This Spikes 9mm barrel is accurate, durable, and corrosion-resistant. It's the ideal barrel to ride on the front of your 9mm AR.

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