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Discussion in 'Barnes Precision Machine' started by KWCAM, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. KWCAM

    KWCAM Registered Member

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    "Innovative", "Precision", heck there's even flags engraved on the front of the magwells. ...Gotta be something there... I think...
     
  3. Phantom Crab

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    Templar is temperate from them but has there stuff made from them. Templar is a one man shop.
     
  4. Bayer

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    His prices on his complete rifles is pure crazy.
     
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    holy freakin crap, my friend bought a full rifle from him when he first started out of $1100.00, I cant believe they are that expensive now. The rifle is awsome but not worth over 2k.
     
  6. Mr.Gadget

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    You talking about this?

    MSRP for rifle with SSA trigger: $3,299.00

    Look what you are getting. 3 different setups with different cals. and that is MSRP...

    MCWS “Multi Caliber Weapons System”
    - Templar forged lower and matched upper 7075 T6 forgings
    - M16 bolt carrier
    - Bolt matched to 5.56 Wylde chamber
    - Bolt matched to 6.5 Grendel chamber (also works with Beowulf)
    - 16″ 416 Stainless steel button rifle barrel .50 Beowulf Barrel 1/20 twist Alexander Arms
    - 16″ 4140 Chromoly Vanadium steel button rifle barrel 5.56 Wylde chamber 1/8 twist (Templar Custom)
    - 16″ 416 Stainless steel button rifle 6.5 Grendel 1/8 (Templar Custom)

    He also has some of the normal stuff in this range MSRP for standard rifle: $1650 and up

    I have shot his stuff, it is worth the money.
    You get what you pay for.

    Why this was put under Barnes has got me thinking....
    Has nothing to do with them..

    Apples to apples.
     
  7. Brandon

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    They have a nice list and break down of parts.
    The only thing they need to correct is either call it 4140 steel or CMV/4150.
    Its one of the other.
     
  8. the machinist

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    We are not associated with Templar-
    We are a contract machine shop -We are 3 gun compoetitors ....
    and we assemble a top quality AR-15 platform rifle - based on the top quality parts WE MAKE HERE IN OUR PLANT in APEX , N.C. .
    Our handguard is our design/manufacture , with our "patented barrel nut design"-sling swivel features ...
    it is not the same as Templars design /product.

    a lot of handguards on the market are "SIMILAR"....

    come to the plant -see for yourself- we are running them right now as we speak on our CNC machines ....
    As well see the review ,and the front cover photos of "Gun Digest Magazine -2012 Shooters Guide "....
    Ask the instructors ...folks within SF in 3rd group-as well as others around Ft. Bragg.
    ask the folks at Durham pistol Rifle Club-
    Ask Mr Jerry Micculek- he likes our products/quality good enough to talk to us about making parts /rifles for him.
    and if that doesn't do it ...
    ask me.
    we look forward to your visit ....and hope to see you come shoot 3 gun with us at Durham Pistol & Rifle Club.....as we sponsor the 3 gun season there ...with some top notch shooters .....shooting our rifles .
    Thanks-

    Andrew Barnes
    BPM Inc.
    Apex,N.C.
     
  9. KWCAM

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    Andrew,

    Thanks for the info, I didn't mean to imply anything by the question, just thought you may make some stuff for Templar. The BPM rifle I own is amazing and I look forward to your .308 rifle ... Thanks again
     
  10. cbm45

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    re on barnes percision

    I just bought a new barnes gun & think it's the best rifle i have ever had the chance to run. i looked at spike tacts,lewis, & some other high ender . i went with the barnes mostly because they are made local . i am so damn glad i did .keep up the top notch work guys & would love to see your opperation.
     

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