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Old 06-11-2011, 07:58 PM   #1
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Any one have any experience with Jarvis barrels? OR any specific experience with their ppq threaded barrel?

Jarvis Inc. offers handgun barrels & 22 conversion units.
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Old 06-12-2011, 06:24 PM   #2
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I'm interested as well. I'm looking into a standard length threaded PPQ barrel, but I have no experience with Jarvis.
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I have experience with Jarvis barrels. IMHO, they make a very good quality barrel. I do not have any of their barrels for a Walther. I have threaded barrels from them for my Glock 26 and Sig Sauer P229.
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I have experience with Jarvis barrels. IMHO, they make a very good quality barrel. I do not have any of their barrels for a Walther. I have threaded barrels from them for my Glock 26 and Sig Sauer P229.
Do you have a can on either of the barrels? If so what make and model of the can?

How does the barrel perform without the can vs the stock barrel? (of either weapon)

I assume your Sig is the 9mm variant? If so, what grain are you using?

Have you used "lower" end ammo with the Jarvis? How did it perform?

Sorry for all the questions, I'm just real interested in the SWR or AAC and really want to make sure it's all going to work with the Jarvis.

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On the Glock 26, I use an AAC scorpion. The Jarivis barrel works fine on the pistol with and without the silencer. On the Sig P229, the barrel also works well with a B&T Impuls IIA. I have not used the Jarvis barrel on the 229 in a long time because I purchased an oem threaded barrel for the pistol. The only complaint that I have about Jarvis threaded barrels is that they over-extend them. When shooting suppressed, I use WWB 147 grain tcmc; works great.
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On the Glock 26, I use an AAC scorpion. The Jarivis barrel works fine on the pistol with and without the silencer. On the Sig P229, the barrel also works well with a B&T Impuls IIA. I have not used the Jarvis barrel on the 229 in a long time because I purchased an oem threaded barrel for the pistol. The only complaint that I have about Jarvis threaded barrels is that they over-extend them. When shooting suppressed, I use WWB 147 grain tcmc; works great.
Thanks for the input rjz.

Hopefully in a few days we all find out if the "first edition" ppq comes with a tb, if not looks like I'm going with a Jarvis/AAC setup
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yankeefan98121,
Which AAC silencer are you going to go with; Evo-9 or Ti-Rant?
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Old 06-16-2011, 11:49 PM   #8
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yankeefan98121,
Which AAC silencer are you going to go with; Evo-9 or Ti-Rant?
I've been so here and there about that same question.....

The Evo-9 is a great value right now with the new core vs the Ti-Rant, but in the end I'm usually for quality the first time, so Ti-Rant for me.
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I had a Jarvis barrel for my 1st Gen P99 a long time ago. Dropped right in and was deadly accurate. It was not threaded so I can 't say anything about that but in all other respects it was a great replacement for the broken Walther one (camming lug broke off the bottom).
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I'm running a Jarvis on my P99QA with a Gemtech Multimount and the barrel is spot on w or w/o the suppressor. I recommend them, although, if the barrel is not in stock, be prepared to wait a long time for it.
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