Who makes cbc industries barrels

Who makes cbc industries barrels DEFAULT
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No one seems to be making a 20in heavy or medium weight nitride. 223 wylde barrel ( 1/7 or 1/8).
Can you do 18''?  Green mountain has 30% off on BF in the morning

http://www.gmriflebarrel.com/gm-m49-18-223-wylde-barrel/

They ahve some 20 inch barrels as well but dont quite fit what you want

I would look around their website at least.  Could snag something decent for $150 or less

Also check Ballistic Advantage and Faxons websites.  They both have some good sales and lots of vendors (Primary arms, right to bear, armorally) sell their barrels cheap
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CBC Industries

However, before going to the range and practice, you must pick a gun that suits you the best. An old saying states that there are as many opinions as many people living in the world, so picking the gun for your needs can be an exciting experience.

What is CBS Industries?

To choose what arms will become your partner for the next period of time, you can always refer to professionals in this area to ask some tips regarding your problem. CBS Industries is exactly that company, that makes customers happy by helping them with their decisions.

This is an American brand and its HQ located in Charlestown, South Carolina. This means they know the way around guns specifically for American citizen purpose.

In addition to a vast variety of products, they have employees that are former military men and even veterans! So you can definitely rely on their opinion and become a master of your weapon of choice.

Now, to the arms themselves. Of course, you should take a new barrel – this is not a musical instrument where quality improves over time. The weapon is exposed to wear off and the less it will be at the time of purchase (completely absent), the better.

This is why CBS Industries is one of the best brands when you buy a gun from them. They provide a high-quality product along with the top-tier services, by selling guns and giving expert help from experienced staff.

CBS Industries expertise

This company was founded to provide only the best services to their customers. Besides high-quality of their work, the main specialty of this company is to help literally each one client to make his choice.

In order to fulfill that function, a variety of their products intended to assemble totally custom gun to your own preferences or you can always buy already complete solutions that are very popular among professionals and tested by them for several years.

In addition to already mentioned advantages, they provide a warranty for their products. All these factors can indicate only one thing: CBS Industries is a professional in the area of high-quality guns.

Speaking of which, the main preference in their products is given for AR models. Of course, there are variations of this gun, but still, the basis is the one. It is so by the huge popularity of this weapon, which used even in the U.S. army.

However, even with such a narrow choice, there is a good chance that you will leave their store with your own and original gun, as the specter of their accessories is very big. You can pick whatever suit your needs and attach it to the base gun and get a perfect weapon for you.

What do they offer?

Since the variety of products helps to build unique arms, what are the main categories they offer?

  • AR Rifles. The base of all your choices. Here you can pick any model that suits you and make it unique afterward, by accommodating it with all needed accessories.
  • Rifle kits and lower parts. A gun is a constructor too and consists of many inner parts, just like a car. So, you’re experiencing some troubles with your rifle, you can always get back here to buy anything you need and be sure in the quality of it.
  • Optics & sights. Precision almost the most significant gun metric, which indicates the behavior of your gun while aiming, makes clear shots, and be sure in the prediction of where will you bullet fly after pulling the trigger.
  • Accessories and gear. This section is for people, who want to buy some tools and supplies to keep the gun in appropriate condition and provide decent maintenance.
  • Parts and attachments. Almost the most popular section here. To make your gun unique, there are so many options of how to make it shoot more precise, have less knockback and be comfortable at the same time. It’s the section, where you can let all of your preferences out.

The list of advantages here is pretty big and it’s not a surprise. With the good quality comes popularity and trust from the audience. This is why CBC Industries are one of the best.

Conclusion

Looks like that CBC Industries have their reasons to be in the list of top-tier companies distributing the guns. Pick your perfect option, make it even more unique by accommodating with all required attachments and not worry about the quality of a product you’re purchasing.

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CBC Industries Railed Upper Review

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Review: The The Products and Practices of CBC Industries, Inc.

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On July 4th, 2016, I ordered an AR 15 upper receiver from CBC Industries for their 4th of July sale. The upper receiver was well packaged and came with a packing slip indicating its quality inspection.

In accordance with NJ state law, the moment it arrived on the 22nd, I had a compensator pinned and welded at an expense of $73. It was there, the gunsmith made me aware of the manufacturing mistakes made on the upper. The side of the handguard has over-milled and the assembler had taken divots out of the upper receiver clumsily installing the forward assist retainer pin (see pictures). These are not things that occur because of mishandling, these are issues that occur in in manufacturing. The over-milling on the handguard could only have happened before the part was anodized at the factory (as the issue was anodized as well). The damage around the pin hole generally occurs during assembly (done by CBC Industries), when the assembler does not use the correct type of pin punch when putting in the pin. The denting is caused by the incorrect pin punch sliding off the top of the pin when its being struck with the hammer (by the assembler at CBC Industries).

I first attempted to contact CBC Industries on July 22nd (the day it arrived) with a copy of the first picture and the following text:

Good Afternoon,

Was the rail that came on this upper supposed to be a blem or did it get past quality control? See attached.

This message was ignored completely. I then sent a second email from a military email address:

Good Afternoon,

This is my second email in regard to order number 15650. I have issues with both the quality as well as the workmanship of the lower I received last Friday (see attached pictures). If this is not the correct department to contact, please send me the contact information for the correct one.

V/r,

In response to the email I send from my military address, I received the following:

From: Sales CBC Industries [[email protected]]
Sent: Monday, July 25, 2016 1:00 PM
To:
Subject: [Non-DoD Source] RE: Order number 15650

Sent to returns/refunds

I assume this email means that they have forwarded the email to the returns/refunds department. Since I never received anything from any returns/refunds department and given how completely unhelpful this email was, I (tongue in cheek) send the following back:
Is that part of an email address? To which, I received no reply.

The only point at which I received any real engagement with CBC Industries was when I voiced my concerns publicly on their Facebook page, where they made it clear that they were not willing to fix the issues with my upper, and that my only course of action with them was to send it back for a full refund (after I invested $73 in compliance work) because, as they put it, they could “sell it via scratch and dent for $239 and my customers would be in a line at that price” (exact words).

I’ve written this page so that anyone who does business with CBC Industries knows what kind of company they are dealing with. It is my opinion, as the part had passed their internal quality inspection, they have no problem trying to pawn off their defective parts during sales on unsuspecting customers (and customers they think will be unwilling or unable to complain), without disclosing them as defective or blemished. And in my case, they are not willing to stand by these products.

Based on my experiences with CBC industries, I recommend that people avoid this company.

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Anyone have any experience with this Charleston, SC based company's products?



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I looked at their blem uppers, but I was leery, the price was just to good.



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You know what they say.

I ordered an inexpensive pistol upper. We shall see....


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Dealt with them before. 3 or 4 transactions. No problems.

On the blem uppers... They aren't. I got a 16" spiral stainless MLok that shoots & looks just fine.

I think they just call them blems to run them on sale. wink


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Got a 6.5 Grendel, 18 inch upper from them a while back. No issues, other than I had a bad 'gunshow' mag that wouldn't feed. Switched mags and it runs great. Not my most accurate AR, but inch and a quarter 5 shot groups with factory Hornady Black 123 ELD's, consistently at a hundred, can't be complained about when the complete upper was
Well under 300 bucks.



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Dealt with them before. 3 or 4 transactions. No problems.

On the blem uppers... They aren't. I got a 16" spiral stainless MLok that shoots & looks just fine.

I think they just call them blems to run them on sale. wink


I have it on good authority that PSA blems are not actual blems 9 out of 10 times either. We have a guy here that has visited their shop numerous times and two more that live close by. Each of these guys said they have been told by PSA workers, that if a box comes in with even a corner damaged they mark the whole box down as a blem. Same with if one during the inspection is scratched, whole unit is marked as blems. I've heard this about other AR companies as well, so it would only make sense.

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if a box comes in with even a corner damaged they mark the whole box down as a blem. Same with if one during the inspection is scratched, whole unit is marked as blems. I've heard this about other AR companies as well, so it would only make sense.



Makes you wonder what their profit margin is at full cost vs blem


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if a box comes in with even a corner damaged they mark the whole box down as a blem. Same with if one during the inspection is scratched, whole unit is marked as blems. I've heard this about other AR companies as well, so it would only make sense.



Makes you wonder what their profit margin is at full cost vs blem


That's exactly what I told the first guy that told me this story. The second one that told me the story lives right down the road from them and pretty much said the same thing. He told me that when he moved to Columbia, SC a little over a year ago he was driving down the road just looking around. He saw the sign for PSA and didn't think about it for a few seconds and then it hit him what it was actually. He said he turned around as fast as he could. He said he dropped a few hundred bucks unplanned on two AR15 uppers that trip.

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I bought one upper from CBC through AIM surplus when AIM was selling them. The upper wouldn't cycle. Contacted CBC and CBC told me they won't warranty it because I bought it from AIM (?). I had to go through AIM and of course AIM sent me a prepaid shipping label to be sent back to them. AIM sent the upper back to CBC and after a couple of weeks I got my upper back. Problem is the CBC upper won't shoot anything but 4 inch groups or larger. I know some of you will say that's within spec but all of my other AR's will shoot smaller groups than that. Maybe I got a lemon but after dealing with a manufacturer that won't warranty their product and I have to go through the retailer, that just leaves a bad taste in my mouth.


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I bought one upper from CBC through AIM surplus when AIM was selling them. The upper wouldn't cycle. Contacted CBC and CBC told me they won't warranty it because I bought it from AIM (?). I had to go through AIM and of course AIM sent me a prepaid shipping label to be sent back to them. AIM sent the upper back to CBC and after a couple of weeks I got my upper back. Problem is the CBC upper won't shoot anything but 4 inch groups or larger. I know some of you will say that's within spec but all of my other AR's will shoot smaller groups than that. Maybe I got a lemon but after dealing with a manufacturer that won't warranty their product and I have to go through the retailer, that just leaves a bad taste in my mouth.




I think that's pretty common with any brand, as far as the accuracy/cycling thing.

As to why they wouldn't take shipment from you directly, who knows? Maybe policy and/or legal issues that not everyone is privy to?

I've got a couple of CBC uppers and they have always functioned fine, and are MOA or less.


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I've got a couple of CBC uppers and they have always functioned fine, and are MOA or less.



Aren't all uppers <MOA on the internet..............?????

Sure seem like they are, even with $50 barrels, just sayin'.

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Haven't seen one yet that wouldn't do one shot MOA groups...


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LOL

Yeah, all mine will do that, even with me doing the shooting.

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if a box comes in with even a corner damaged they mark the whole box down as a blem. Same with if one during the inspection is scratched, whole unit is marked as blems. I've heard this about other AR companies as well, so it would only make sense.



Makes you wonder what their profit margin is at full cost vs blem




Marketing strategy?

The blems aren't sold cheap to recover some money, they are cost plus?
Yielding a decent profit.

The 1's are actually marked up?


Not a bad idea. It would move your main line fast.
And if someone thinks you get what you pay for,
let them pay more.

Also, it would reduce final inspection stress.
Basically, the firsts are all that needs inspected.
If one of the blems is a blem...


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I have friend that was stationed at Ft Jackson, SC. He shopped at PSA all the time they had a store right down the road from post. He did say when they have deals of the day sales on the internet. When you go into the retail, they will not sell you whatever is on sale on the internet for that price. You had to go to their website, order it and that’s how you got that price. He said he do it give them the order number and they give him the part etc. from what he told me they have a couple retail stores in Columbia along with the plant making the parts etc.



Then STFU. The rest of your statement is superflous bullshit with no real bearing on this discussion other than to massage your own ego.

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I've got a couple of CBC uppers and they have always functioned fine, and are MOA or less.



Aren't all uppers <MOA on the internet..............?????

Sure seem like they are, even with $50 barrels, just sayin'.

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I sighted it in over a year ago. Took it out and shot my metal popper twice with it the other day just to see where it was hitting. It was dead on still and the two shots were under an inch.

Not that that qualifies as an honest to God group, but I can take a pic of that gong if you want... Why would anyone lie about crap like that anyway? I know they probably do, but I never understood why.

Is that CBC as accurate as my Black Hole barrel, or Stoner competition barrel? Nope. But it's minute of coyote at 250-300 yards.


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Not sayin' anyone is lyin', but it's just a matter of what really defines a <MOA rifle....................go on over to Sniper's Hide & read a few threads for example; everyone's got a <MOA rifle, hardly none that aren't........................which just ain't the case.

Especially if you measure 10 shot groups or overlays of a bunch of 5 shot groups either.

As said in comments above, all my rifles are <MOA...........................for a 1 shot group. wink

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I have friend that was stationed at Ft Jackson, SC. He shopped at PSA all the time they had a store right down the road from post. He did say when they have deals of the day sales on the internet. When you go into the retail, they will not sell you whatever is on sale on the internet for that price. You had to go to their website, order it and that’s how you got that price. He said he do it give them the order number and they give him the part etc. from what he told me they have a couple retail stores in Columbia along with the plant making the parts etc.



We have two guys on contract here with our company that live in Columbia, SC, and they told me about the two store fronts. My son is at Ft. Jackson now for basic training. I really wanted to leave Afghanistan early to see him graduate in July, but I will bust my tax free status by less than a week by doing it. Depending on how my interview next week goes, I may be leaving here the first day I am able to in late July.

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Not sayin' anyone is lyin', but it's just a matter of what really defines a <MOA rifle....................go on over to Sniper's Hide & read a few threads for example; everyone's got a <MOA rifle, hardly none that aren't........................which just ain't the case.

Especially if you measure 10 shot groups or overlays of a bunch of 5 shot groups either.

As said in comments above, all my rifles are <MOA...........................for a 1 shot group. wink

YMMV

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Generally, when I find myself in possession of a rifle that's not MOA or real close to it, it finds it's way into the trade fodder stack.

I imagine most rifles shoot better than their operators. If I have several that are accurate enough for my standards, and come across one that isn't, I have a pretty good idea that it's not "me" where the problem is. wink

As far as what most people claim... I can't help you there. Sniper's Hide has lots of wannabes and very few that walk that walk.


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There were probably 50-60 guys that shot the Black Rifle Challenge here over the last couple of years................lots of good shooters, lots of good hardware.

The fact that there were only 10-11 MOA results is telling.................

Here's a link to the page with the latest tally that I know of.

You should go ahead & shoot that rifle of yours & post an entry. grin

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