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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron SS View Post
    Any word on when you will be getting more 10.5-12.5" Anderson Barrels in 5.56?
    hi Cameron,
    we're doing a big restocking order for Anderson in January,
    probably will arrive February or March at the latest.
    Is there a particular model you want? I can make sure to order it

    These are the two that we already have a store entry for:
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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    hi Cameron,
    we're doing a big restocking order for Anderson in January,
    probably will arrive February or March at the latest.
    Is there a particular model you want? I can make sure to order it

    These are the two that we already have a store entry for:
    https://truenortharms.com/ar15_defau...34&chamber=642
    Either of those would be fine. 1:7 twist and carbine gas tube are perfect.
    In the spirit of the mystery box I don't need to be too specific. but that is basically what i am looking for.
    The fact that the barrel matches the proposed receiver is also a bonus. The biggest thing that scares me about building an AR is so called mil spec parts that just don't seem to fit together. Shouldn't be an issue with all the parts from a common manufacturer.

    Just want something shorter than the typical 16" barrel.

    The RF 85 finish sounds interesting, is it all its cracked up to be? If it doubles the barrel life than I think it would certainly be worth the $130 or so premium it carries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron SS View Post
    Either of those would be fine. 1:7 twist and carbine gas tube are perfect.
    In the spirit of the mystery box I don't need to be too specific. but that is basically what i am looking for.
    The fact that the barrel matches the proposed receiver is also a bonus. The biggest thing that scares me about building an AR is so called mil spec parts that just don't seem to fit together. Shouldn't be an issue with all the parts from a common manufacturer.

    Just want something shorter than the typical 16" barrel.

    The RF 85 finish sounds interesting, is it all its cracked up to be? If it doubles the barrel life than I think it would certainly be worth the $130 or so premium it carries.
    The feedback we get about RF85 is very positive.

    parts from different manufacturers usually work well together, as long as NEA isn't one of them
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    Quote Originally Posted by True North Arms Corp View Post
    The feedback we get about RF85 is very positive.

    parts from different manufacturers usually work well together, as long as NEA isn't one of them
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    Fair enough. Id probably spring for the rf85 barrel then.
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    One customer reports that his 6.5 grendel build is a "tack driver" with Federal factory ammunition
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