Noveske Rifleworks .300 AAC BLK barrels


Noveske Rifleworks has ceased selling 300 Fireball barrels and instead will be shipping .300 AAC BLK barrels for the AR-15. The barrels have an attractive stainless steel bead blast finish, a medium contour, 1:8″ twist, include an installed gas block and will be offered in 10″ and 16″ lengths. The 10″ is selling for $365 and the 16″ for $455.

Noveske says on their website that certain Noveske 300 Fireball barrels will safely fire the .300 BLK …

300 AAC BLACKOUT ammunition is safe to use in Noveske 300 FB barrels with a serial number of 290000 and higher.

Noveske 300 FB barrels with a serial number less than 290000 or without a serial number will need to be checked before using 300 AAC BLACKOUT ammunition. We will be setting up a program to send in older barrels for inspection and reaming if needed.

Steve Johnson

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  • Jim

    I wouldn’t call that attractive so much as styrofoamesque.

  • that’s a hell of a pointless markup.

  • me

    300 AAC BLACKOUT is being adopted pretty quickly. Interesting to say the least.

  • I own a Noveske 5.56 18″ barrel for competition shooting and I absolutely love it. I can’t wait to strap this onto a spare upper and try the new caliber in competition, from the ballistic profile it looks like a dream come true.

  • HK_WSU

    Does anyone know why these barrels are priced this way? It seems to be a bit steep to me.

  • Kfin

    Uppers? please

  • I’m just glad my barrel fell after the magic number. My question is, if it’s ok to use the fb barrel, than what is not the same?

    Price lists for barrels, barrel assemblies, Uppers and bolt guns in .300 BLK can be emailed upon request.

    .300BLK barrels start at $169. Lifetime warranty.

  • Dave

    If you don’t know why Noveske Barrels are priced like they are, you don’t need to worry about buying one.

  • Jim L

    I would love to see some head to head silenced shoot out between brands. Maybe they act the same, maybe they don’t. I also hear a person could run a lighter 9mm can for light use. Is this possible?

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