MPN: GLKBN281DLC / GLKBN281GLD / GLKBN281GRY / GLKBT283DLC/ GLKBT283GLD / GLKBT283GRY
*Pistols with threaded barrels are NOT legal in all Areas / States. Please check your local and state laws BEFORE ordering this product.
When is it time to get a new barrel for your Glock? I know, the one you're shooting now is pretty good. Anyway, it's just a pistol. I only fire at close range, being crazy accurate doesn't matter that much. Well, when things like this pop into your head, you know it's time for a new barrel. Which one you choose does make all the difference in the world.
The engineers for your Killer Innovations Glock 26 barrel have one goal. That goal is to improve your accuracy. If any barrel doesn't improve your accuracy, don't waste your money. There are several elements in a Killer Innovations G26 barrel that make accuracy not only possible but inevitable. Killer Innovations begins their Velocity barrel with a billet of top-grade 416R stainless steel. A closely held, proprietary machining process completes the machine work in one single, state-of-the-art CNC machine. By avoiding multiple set-ups, Killer Innovations maintains unbelievably exact tolerances. Their technological approach to manufacturing eliminates the possibility of human error.
A lot of lower quality barrels on the market use a button or broach-cut rifling process. While this practice is easier, quicker, and cheaper, it's not better. Your Killer Innovations Glock 26 barrel gets its rifling with a single-point cut procedure. This treatment does take more time, but it is worth it. Single-point cut rifling is one element used in creating the most accurate barrel available. You can grab a Killer Innovations G26 barrel that's either threaded for a muzzle device or plain. Do yourself a favor and jump on the threaded version. This Killer Innovations Velocity barrel works flawlessly with their Velocity compensator. These both need to be on your short-list.