• Precision machined for superior strength and durability
  • Critical manufacturing tolerances and multiple quality-control checks
  • The use of broach rifling process allows the exact same accuracy from every barrel
  • Greater accuracy over stock barrel
  • 8 column flutes are added for a nice look and finish
  • Recessesd crown at the muzzle preserves the barrel's accuracy by preventing the rifling being damaged
  • Fully supported match chamber supports all bullet materials and +P ammunition
  • Available in Stainless Steel finish, Titanium Nitride and Graphite Black


  • Caliber: 9mm Luger
  • Length: 4.498"
  • Material: 416R Stainless Steel
  • Barrel Diameter: 0.569"
  • Outside Finish:
    • Armor (Graphite Black)
    • Stainless Steel (Silver)
    • Titanium Nitride (Gold)
  • Weight: 3.67 oz.
  • Twist Rate: 1:10
  • Rifling: Pulled Broach


  • Glock 17 (Gen 1 to 4)


Have you ever asked yourself what can be done to get your Glock 17 to shoot better? Well, there is something you can do. Right out of the box, Glock makes a world-class weapon. However, it can be made better with a few choice upgrades. A high-quality, match-grade barrel is a smart place to start. Of course, if you run in official competitions, you still have to play by the rules. However, you can still be a bad boy.

Get your Glock Blacklisted

No, I’m not talking about doing something to get you and your Glock 17 banned from competition. I’m talking about slipping a Blacklist Industries Glock 17 barrel into that bad boy. Yes, they will notice the new barrel. Not just because it looks like a million bucks, they will sit up and take notice because of the way you outshoot them.

Advantages Of Broach Rifling

Well, we all should but not your Glock. The Blacklist Industries Glock 17 barrel will eat just about anything that you can chamber. Factory Glock protocol suggests that you not fire reloaded ammo. Well, with a Blacklist Industries Glock 17 barrel you can. Why may you ask? Well, there are two reasons. First, the feed ramp is machined just a tiny bit wider than factory. Because, if the bullet can't get into the tube, it can't fire. Second, it's rifling is broach cut, instead of polygonal. To you, that means the world. It means that whether you want to run reloads, FMJ, hollow-points, +P, lead (yes, I said lead) you have at it. So, get your Glock Blacklisted then, eat, shoot, live, and have fun.



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