Battle Arms Development has been tinkering away fastidiously, crafting a new barrel designed specifically for the Glock 19.
Dubbed the ONE:1 Glock 19 Barrel, the G19 offering is constructed from heat treated 4140 CM steel with a Melonite QPQ Black Nitride finish. Featuring a 1/2-inch by 28 thread, the ONE:1 opts for straight fluting and a 11 degree target crown.
The thread protector is a Sabertube dimpled patterned thread protector with o-ring. The barrel also boasts an engraved Battle Arms logo.
Battle Arms Development reps told Guns.com at the NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas that the One:1 Glock Barrel uses a “revolutionary” machining process where one machine handles every part of the barrel from beginning to end — hence the name “One:1.”
The One:1 G19 Barrel is currently up for grabs courtesy of Battle Arms Development’s website. MSRP is set for $199.
In addition to debuting the Glock 19 barrel at NRA-AM, Battle Arms Development also told Guns.com it will soon begin offering custom laser engraving services on magazines. While the company currently allows users to laser engrave a variety of products with its own logo, Battle Arms Development will soon open the doors to consumers looking to bring their own images or logos to the table.
Reps told Guns.com that the service will allow gun owners to send in an image and have it laser engraved on dust covers and magazines. No word yet on when the service will begin.