Barrel length list

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Barrel length list

Postby Crusader » Fri Mar 14, 2008 9:03 pm

One of the guys here came up with this list; I thought it should be passed on.

Academy L85A1: 470mm
Academy M16A1: 504mm
Academy M4A1: 360mm
CA AUG A1/A2: 509mm
CA G36E: 509mm
CA HK33E: 430mm
CA HK53: 229mm
CA M14 SCOUT: 463mm
CA M15 Carbine Series: 363mm
CA M15CQB: 280mm
CA SA58: 335mm
CA SARM41: 469mm
CA SCAR L: 384mm
CA SLR105A1: 415mm
CA SR25 Match/AR10: 510mm
CA SVD Dragunov 631mm
CA36K/STAR G36K: 357mm
FA-MAS F1/FA-MAS SV: 472mm
G&G FNC Long: 445
G&G M14 SOC16: 463mm
G&G M14/CA M14: 520mm
G&G UMG: 205mm
ICS AK74M: 415mm
ICS/G&G/STAR L85A1/A2: 509mm
ICS Sig551: 370mm
ICS Sig552: 263mm
JLS FN2000: 363mm
King Arms FN FAL Rifle: 550mm
King Arms Galil SAR: 360mm
King Arms Sig 556: 363mm
real sword type 97b:485mm
SRC XM8: 368mm
STAR FNC: 363mm
STAR G36: 509mm
STAR L85A2 Carbine: 220mm
STAR L86A2: 550mm
STAR UMP: 195mm
STAR/G&P/TOP/CA M249 Para: 455mm
TM AK Beta Spetnaz: 229mm
TM AK47/AK47S: 455mm
TM CAR15: 247mm
TM G3A3/G3A4/G3SG1: 469mm
TM M14/China Clone: 500mm
TM M4A1/M4RIS/SR16: 363mm
TM M733/M1A1 Thompson: 300mm
TM MC51: 285mm
TM MP5K PDW: 141mm
TM MP5K: 110mm
TM PSG-1: 590mm
TM SG550: 534mm
TM SG551: 363mm
TM SG552: 247mm
TM SOCOM16: 440mm
TM Type 89/89S: 437mm
TM UZI: 245mm
TM Vz61: 127.5mm
TM/Academy SG552: 247mm
TM/CA AUG: 509mm
TM/CA M16A1/A2/VN: 509mm
TM/CA/China Clone G36C: 247mm
TM/China Clone P90: 247mm
TM/China Clone/Hap-Dong G3SAS: 208mm
TM/ICS/CA/Academy/China Clone MP5A4/A5/RAS/SD5/SD6: 229mm
TM/Wellfire MP7A1: 182mm
TOP/STAR/CA/G&P M249 Mk1/MK2: 509mm
Toystar K1A: 363mm
VFC AK74 Series: 415mm
VFC AKS74UN/Academy AK74SU: 229mm
VFC Mk43 Mod 0: 475mm
VFC(SCAR L), Standard: 380mm
VFC(SCAR L), CQC: 275mm
VFC(SCAR H): 267mm
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Postby Beran » Fri Mar 14, 2008 9:08 pm

good info, thanks. stickied.
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Postby qwert1149 » Sun Mar 16, 2008 12:33 pm

what about kwa m4 cqb?
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Postby Bishop » Sat Mar 29, 2008 12:59 pm

NM I see the TM 552
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Postby lunacite » Sat Mar 29, 2008 1:43 pm

The jls f2000 is a bit longer than 363, but i have no measur-y device handy
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Postby PanzerFaust » Sat Mar 29, 2008 3:26 pm

Bishop wrote:NM I see the TM 552

I added it for ya, might as try to make the list as complete as possible. :D
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Postby CommieHunter » Sat Mar 29, 2008 5:32 pm

CA G36E: 509mm Last I tried, this one won't fit a 509 without drilling the inside of the flashhider. The stock one is something like 489.

CA36K/STAR G36K: 357mm These will take a 363 without modding.

TM G3A3/G3A4/G3SG1: 469mm If you want, you can add a 509 to these. You have to drill out the very inside of the flashhider (Get a drill bit that's slightly bigger than the OD of the barrel), and it doesn't really even extend into the flashhider area.
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Postby No-Name » Fri Apr 18, 2008 5:20 pm

How long is the KWA M4A1, NOT CQB VERSION!
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Postby Riddick » Fri Apr 18, 2008 5:24 pm

NarleyNick wrote:How long is the KWA M4A1, NOT CQB VERSION!

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Postby Bush Killer » Fri Apr 18, 2008 5:35 pm

If it's an M4, it's ~363mm.

Also, the barrel length on a Tokyo Marui FAMAS is 488mm. Didn't see that up there, so I thought I'd contribute.
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Postby Big_Red » Fri Apr 18, 2008 10:02 pm

I'm going to assume that the VFC SCAR L's Standard Barrel is ~ the barrel of the CA SCAR L.
I'll check. . .

VFC(SCAR L), Standard: 380mm
VFC(SCAR L), CQC: 275mm

VFC(SCAR H): 267mm
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Postby Bigfoot » Sat Apr 19, 2008 3:11 pm

Thanks, good info.
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Postby dr.feelgood » Sat Apr 19, 2008 11:23 pm

ARMY (and presumably G&G) L85: 510 mm
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Postby Epic Noob » Mon Apr 21, 2008 5:58 pm

Thank you!! I've spent the last 6 months trying to find out the barrel length on my G&G Soc 16.
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Postby Doubleks » Thu May 01, 2008 1:33 pm

Echo1 SAW MkII is a 509mm
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