Jarvis is showing the barrels in stock but the cost is showing $000.00 but when you add it to the cart it shows $370.00.
Would be purely for the ability to suppress it. I don't think anyone is buying it because it's slightly longer and adding more velocity. FN doesn't (currently) sell a five-seven with a threaded barrel, so this is the best / cheapest way to be able to suppress the platform.
22lr might be quieter (and cheaper) but if you're going to say "better" then why own/shoot any gun other than a 22LR if you think it's better?
A 10/22 is "better" than a SCAR? At some things, sure, but I still own and like to shoot my SCAR(s) for a variety of reasons....
I have a threaded five-seven because I have a can that fits on it (and said can is rated for 5.7) and thus I want a threaded barrel for my five-seven. :x
Once you own a suppressor rated for a specific caliber you end up generally wanting every gun you have in that caliber to be able to host said suppressor, within reason
The other part I guess would be the "value" of a spare barrel in general. A stock barrel new is $255, so this is "only" a $115 premium to a new FN barrel
eta: link to factory barrel at MGW
FNH Five Seven Barrel Assembly
Bill runs a custom shop. He called me today with a question about my order. He managed to throw away my CC info. :th_bang: Great guy makes a very good barrel for the 57. Based on what he said today the barrels should start shipping buy the end of this week.I just ordered one too. The site says in stock after you complete the order you get something saying it needs assembly and shipping will be calculated once it's completed.
Kinda odd as in stock usually means ready to ship.
Anyone ne know how long jarvis takes to assemble and ship?
When did you place your order? I haven't even been charged