What goes into F.J. Feddersen’s rifle barrels?
From within our specialty shop walls, we begin with a proven recipe with our primary ingredients being chrome-moly vanadium and stainless steel. The tensile strength of the steel is measured as the force needed to break a steel rod with a one-inch cross-sectional area when pulled by both ends. The tensile strengths of the steel used in F.J. Feddersen’s barrel-making exceed 100,000 lb per square inch.
F.J. Feddersen has perfected the techniques required to work with these demanding materials to create precise, match-grade gun barrels for 10/22™ Rifles, 10/22™ Magnum Rifles, 1911 Commander pistols, 1911 Government pistols, and a variety of Glock pistols.