• 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: 4.059"
  • Material: 416R Stainless Steel
  • Barrel Diameter: 0.569"
  • Outside Finish:
    • Armor (Graphite Black)
    • Stainless Steel (Silver)
    • Titanium Nitride (Gold)
  • Weight: 3.42 oz.
  • Twist Rate: 1:10
  • Rifling: Pulled Broach


  • Glock 19 (Gen 1 to 5)
  • Glock 19X
  • Glock 45


Have you been thinking about investing in a match-grade barrel for your Glock 19? You can imagine, save, plan for next year, and dream about one. Or, you can stay with me a minute, think about a Blacklist Industries Glock 19 barrel and pull the trigger. You can spend more, but you would have to search far and wide to find a better value.

Precision Machined From Certified 416R Stainless Steel

Blacklist starts the ball rolling with the highest quality 416R stainless steel. 416R is the steel of choice for ultra-match barrels where accuracy matters. Attention to detail is evident over every micrometer of the Blacklist Industries Glock 19 barrel. I want to leave mine sitting on my desk and look at it. However, I don’t because it shoots just as good as it looks.

Four Finishes Choose Your Favorite

If the Blacklist Industries Glock 19 barrel only came in black, most shooters would be happy, but it doesn't. You have the option of four finishes without being charged more for wanting something different. Blacklist offers graphite black, stainless steel (silver), chameleon (rainbow) or TIN, which is a Glock 19 gold barrel. If you only own just one Glock, you might get away with only one Blacklist barrel. But I warn you. They are infectious. Most shooters wind up with a Blacklist Industries barrel in every Glock they own. At first, the Glock 19 gold barrel may come off as a bit showy to some. However, that TIN (Titanium/Nitride) finish tends to grow on you. It's tough, slick, and makes the carbon build-up easy to see and a breeze to wipe right off.



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