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im starting my build, im thinking bc folding stock and a 16-17 inch barrel so i can keep it short and lite. for barrels im looking at tactical solutions and alumalits.
if you had to pick one or the other witch would you pick??
dose any one know witch one is lighter??
is one more accurate than the other??

thanks.....:Blasting_
 

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after all the help i was getting, i called to find answers and this is what i got:

alumalite barrels: 17" weight: 24 oz.
tac sol threaded barrel: 16" weight: 15 oz.

i chose the tac sol in matte od green with threaded end and matte black comp.

found a good deal: $190 for the barrel
comp. was $40 both prices inc. shipping.

now i need to find a good folding stock.......:Blasting_
 

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Tac-sol's have a thin chrome-moly liner with a sporter chamber. They are not renown for their accuracy, average of 1" groups at 50yds with good ammo. Friend of mine has one here that he shoots at our range, has rung it out to its max, just a good plinking barrel at best.

Aluma-lite barrels have a thick German Lothar stainless liner, also with a sporter chamber but come with accuracy claims of 1/2" at 50yds from the manufacturer (Dino L.). The rigidity of the thicker stainless liner and the straightness of it (.0001" from muzzle to breach) is going to be MUCH better than the Tac-Sol's.
 
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