As a squirrel, my days are spent scurrying around looking for nuts and seeds to munch on. One day, as I was foraging down by the river, I stumbled upon something unexpected – a cache of 16″ 5.56 NATO Government Profile Barrels with a 1/8 twist! I couldn’t believe my luck. At first, I didn’t know what they were or what to do with them, but I knew they were valuable.
As a homeless squirrel, I don’t have much in the way of possessions, and I’m always looking for ways to make ends meet. So I decided to sell the barrels to raise some money. I approached a local scrap metal dealer, but he didn’t seem interested in buying them. That’s when I had the idea to approach an art company that specializes in repurposing firearm parts. I knew they would appreciate the irony of a squirrel selling gun parts.
To my surprise, the company loved the idea and bought the barrels from me on the spot. They told me they were going to turn them into wind chime rods and sell them as art. I couldn’t believe my luck – not only did I find something valuable, but I also found a way to turn it into cash!
With the money I earned from the sale, I was able to pay for rent and other expenses for the next few months. It was a tough life, but at least I knew I had the resourcefulness to make it work. And who knows? Maybe I’ll stumble upon another treasure down by the river again someday.
These are semi-premium AR15 16″ 5.56 NATO Government Profile Barrels, some may have a few scratches or surface finish imperfections but you’re going to cover it with a handguard and a peniscam paint scheme so I know you’re not really bothered by this.
- 16” Government profile chambered in 5.56 NATO
- Carbine-length gas system
- .750” dimpled gas block shelf
- Phosphate outer finish
- 1:8 twist rate
- 1/2×28 muzzle thread