ER Shaw rifle barrels

ER Shaw rifle barrels

This is a discussion on ER Shaw rifle barrels within the Rifles forums, part of the Sniping Related category; Does anyone have any experience with these barrels? If you have, let me know....

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    ER Shaw rifle barrels

    Does anyone have any experience with these barrels? If you have, let me know.

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    Sponsors mele's Avatar
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    I have used a couple of them and they have been fine.


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    Senior Member jeffdorr's Avatar
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    I have two rifles with Shaw barrels,one in a 7mm STW 1.25 bull barrel mauser, and one in a .300 RUM heavy fluted Savage.They have good accuracy.I have a Douglas air-gauged barrel on a 700 Rem that's slightly better,but almost double the price.

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    I have visited the facility three times in Bridgeville, PA. They do large numbers of barrels in their shop. They also do alot of short M-16 platform barrels for the government. I had a chrome moly installed by E.R. Shaw on my 700 Rem .270 Win 5 years ago. I have since shot it out and had it replaced with a stainless Hart by a custom smith. For the money the E.R. Shaw barrel is a deal. I would recommend installion by your favorite smith instead of Shaw to get custom head spacing and throat dimensions to your needs. If they install they go strictly by SAMMI specs. I believe the tollerance is .010 between the upper and lower limits on head space in the SAMMI specification, but don't quote me.
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    Senior Member hypno's Avatar
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    I have a 1.115" straight taper barrel on my custom 700. It's only has bout 40rnds through it, but I'm sure I will be able to get it to be a consistant .75moa rifle with some nice match handloads.

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    Senior Member Stormrider's Avatar
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    At one time I had a Rem XP100 that had an E R Shaw barrel in 223.
    It shot great. Wish I still had it.
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    I've got a 24" fluted, bull on one of my AR's and while it took a while to get settled in (200+ rounds), it's now doing 3/4" at 100yds with handloads.
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