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Feddersen Rifle Barrel Reviews

 

Since our 10/22 precision-honed barrels have become a main-stay with anyone shooting with accuracy in mind, we have been reviewed on various websites, shared below:

 

Squirrel Hunting Journal (online journal)

Feddersen 10/22 Tennessee Ridgerunner Review

 

Feddersen's DuraSight Barrel

Snippet: You'll see it has been a while since I've given my Ruger 10/22 anytime out of the safe. To me a box stock 10/22 just doesn't provide the accuracy results I require at distances over 35 yards... For my purposes I need a rifle that shoots dime size or less groups at 50 yards. Shooting a “dime” (.75”) at 50 yards is actually just over minute of angle at that distance, so I expect my rifle to shoot better than this, but settle on dime size based on an average of ten, five shot groups...So I took my sporter 10/22 ($214.00) and replaced the factory barrel with a Feddersen 16.25” threaded bull barrel ($190)...Brad, my hunting bud and cameraman extraordinaire, claims I'm more lethal with the 10/22 than my beloved CZ 452 16” American. I think the squirrels would agree.

 

Link to original article at Squirrel Hunting Journal.

 


Major Pandemic (online magazine)

Common Sense Preparedness | Deep Product Reviews and How To's

Article Date: Saturday, January 9, 2016.

 

Feddersen's DuraSight Barrel

Snippet: It is always a little weird how my articles come together like “the force” or something is guiding my builds. Odd items just start showing up on my doorstep. I have to scramble to figure out how it will all go together in a build which actually makes sense while making every attempt to do justice to the product versus just ramming into an existing build just to get the article out the door. In this case I have been working with Artisan Arms - Micro MOA on evaluating some of their new AR15 and AR10 barrels based on Feddersen blanks. My Feddersen 10/22 barrels are some of the best shooting consistent barrels I own. The first AR15 Micro MOA barrel I tested in my Area 53 Shades of Grey build was flat out amazing even with cheap ammo, so my excitement was a bit over the mark when Micro MOA/Artisan Arms supplied one of their Feddersen blanked .308 AR barrels… but then I had to pull together a build which would deliver the best for this potentially amazing barrel.

 

Link to original article at Major Pandemic.

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Major Pandemic (online magazine)

Common Sense Preparedness | Deep Product Reviews and How To's

Article Date: Wednesday March 20, 2013.

 

Feddersen's DuraSight Barrel

Feddersen Dura Sight Bull Barrel Ruger 10/22 Barrel Review: At this point I have three Feddersen 10/22 barrels. Unsurprisingly to Feddersen, all three barrels pretty much hold the exact same 50-yard playing-card splitting accuracy. These barrels are by far my most consistent shooting barrels of all 10/22 I own. This is because of Feddersen's patented manufacturing process, however this article focuses on a unique option - a high precision Bull Barrel with Fiber Optic sights which delivers the ultimate .22LR survival rifle.

 

On my last order, they strongly encouraged me to try their 16.25" barrel “standard” dark blued with Fiber Optic Durasights. In essence it is exactly the same barrel I tested before and netted near identical groups as my other Feddersen barrel, so close in fact it become pointless to record and share them. Suffice to say, near single hole 5-shot groups a 50-yards are possible. As a fairly proficient iron sight shooter, the idea of having a precision 10/22 match barrel with iron sight was intriguing.

Most stock Ruger 10/22s can manage 1" groups at 50-yards when scoped with a 3-9X scope, a Feddersen barrel can deliver near single hole group with that same optic or roughly a 100% improvement. With iron sights, I can manage 50-yard 3" groups with a stock 10/22, but how would those groups look with a barrel capable of nearly 100% better accuracy? Let find out what the Feddersen Durasight match bull barrel can do.

 

Link to original article at Major Pandemic.

Or, read full article as PDF.