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Old 01-05-2019, 01:35 AM   #1
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Default Building 6.5 Grendal on AR-15 platform. Any advice?

Hey everyone. I'll be building a 6.5 Grendal pretty soon on the AR-15 platform. I'm in the research phase still as I've only built one AR15 so far (a .223 Wylde). Is this something that is compatible with other calibers so that I would just need to build the upper and be done with it, or is this a whole new gun that would need to be made?

From what I remember on my last build, there's like dozens of different options for the barrel... twist rate, barrel length, gas system, barrel profile, steel or ???...and I know there is a few things I'm leaving out. So what would be best for a 6.5 Grendal? Ideally this would be for deer and to really reach out to a far distance, so I'm hoping that suggestions would be for those uses.

Vague, I know...any advice would truly be helpful. Thank you.
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Old 01-05-2019, 01:52 AM   #2
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Yes it is compatible with the ar-15 lowers. Just need new upper, bcg, and magazine. As far as barrels, I have 2. One 16” with 1:9 twist and one 24” with 1:8 twist. They both shoot great.
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I went with an 18 in Odin works barrel and bolt carrier.
I also used in aero precision enhanced upper which made things super easy. Shoots Hornady black under 1 moa all day long.
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Old 01-05-2019, 03:14 AM   #4
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I went with an 18 in Odin works barrel and bolt carrier.
I also used in aero precision enhanced upper which made things super easy. Shoots Hornady black under 1 moa all day long.
Every AR upper I build from now on will be on the Aero precision enhanced upper. Such a better system.


I think the AR15performance.com barrels are hard to beat for the price. I've put 2 grendels together now with their barrel and both shoot lights out.
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Do not use a Bear Creek Arsenal barrel is about all I got. 6” groups at 50 yards were the norm for both of the barrels I tried.
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Old 01-05-2019, 10:56 AM   #6
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Thanks for all the advice.

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Old 01-06-2019, 09:34 PM   #7
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I built my first with a Faxon group buy 16" barrel and Monster bolt from the 6.5 Grendel forum (http://www.65grendel.com/forum/). Lots of great info there. I would echo the advice above about being wary of BCA barrels, they don't have the finest reputation on the Grendel forum. The Grendel is mag specific, I use Elanders and have no problems with them.

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Buy the parts you want from reputable companies if you only want a quality gun
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Old 01-06-2019, 09:55 PM   #9
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The Radical Firearms in a 6.5 Grendel upper has worked great for me.

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Old 01-07-2019, 06:14 AM   #10
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Elanders mags

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Old 01-07-2019, 09:35 AM   #11
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Odin barrels are good to go for a 6.5G build. Faxon is also great. i would suggest a minimum 18 inch barrel.

second the elanders mags recommendation.

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Old 01-08-2019, 08:15 PM   #12
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Thanks for the advice. Time to get to building. Pics coming. Y'all are awesome and appreciate the input.

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Red X Arms has some good barrels on sale now. They’ve got some ridiculous length like 22 and I believe 24”. But since you stayed you’re shooting deer long range. The extra few inches will give you increased velocities.
I believe when Wilson was designitthe Grendel he planned it around 20”. So use that as the gauge.
Whom ever you buy with. I’d highly suggest using their BCG/bolt face and not mix matching.
Good luck and post pics.
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Old 01-08-2019, 10:20 PM   #14
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Anyone else have reviews of RedX Arms barrels? They are definitely reasonably priced.

Edit: Did a Google search and a ton of not so great things came up as far as reviews... even the third link was to the BBB lol.

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Old 01-08-2019, 10:41 PM   #15
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I went with the AeroPrecision Enhanced upper as well. Very easy to put together along with their hand guard and barrel nut. Used Odin Works 16" barrel and BCG, which came as a kit with the gas tube and adjustable gas block. If you look hard enough you can find the Odin Works barrels on sale. I think I got mine at either Job Bob's outfitters or DVOR.com. And to top it all off the thing is more accurate than I can shoot. Did the sighting in using a rifle sled and the groupings at 100 yards were tight.
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I can add to the bear creek , dont do it. Father has one and cant get it to group for anything.
I've had a Radical full gun and it shot 1" at 100 with no load work at all.
Best build I have is Alexander BCG and upper with a 20" Shilen barrel. Shoots under 1/2" at 100. Vortex HS LR up top and it has stayed perfect for 7 years. Know my drops for what I need hunting and have dialed out to past 600 ringing 2" plates consistently
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Old 01-11-2019, 10:52 PM   #17
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Anyone have thoughts on Satern barrels? This one in particular?

Also...could someone explain what a "head spaced" bolt is? Assuming I'd have to put together BCG as this only comes with the bolt. What components make up a bcg?
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Easy peasy to change the bolt. No different than when you strip your 556 BCG down to clean. Just replace the 556 bolt with the Grendel.
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Old 01-11-2019, 11:33 PM   #19
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Or thoughts on this...?

https://shop.saternbarrels.net/products/0dlkpl1pe4
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Old 11-30-2019, 04:40 PM   #20
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Ok, so got a bit distracted and am just now getting around to researching and building.

Bought a Faxon 18" match grade for my first one. It was on sale, had great reviews, under $200. Initially I wanted to build a gun that could go as far as I would ever want it to go, but now that I'm on a lease and know what shots I'd be taking, there's no reason right now as I'd have a shot no longer than about 600 on hogs and 400 or lease on deer once I build up some confidence. I felt good about having enough power with a shorter barrel to reach out to about 600. Eh, we'll see.

Anyway - that brought me to my next question. I was hoping to save a bit of $ on the BCG. Can I get away with mixing and matching BCG/barrel? And, if you can answer this one... What's the difference between type 1 and type 2 BCG??

Thanks all.
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Do not use a Bear Creek Arsenal barrel is about all I got. 6” groups at 50 yards were the norm for both of the barrels I tried.
I have a Bear Creek 20" stainless twisted flute 1:8 twist and it performs great. I am curious why yall are having issues?
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Old 11-30-2019, 05:41 PM   #22
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1) Adjustable gas block 2) faxon 16”-18” gunner barrel 416R 5R rifling sub moa barrel everything else is preference
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Ok, so got a bit distracted and am just now getting around to researching and building.

Bought a Faxon 18" match grade for my first one. It was on sale, had great reviews, under $200. Initially I wanted to build a gun that could go as far as I would ever want it to go, but now that I'm on a lease and know what shots I'd be taking, there's no reason right now as I'd have a shot no longer than about 600 on hogs and 400 or lease on deer once I build up some confidence. I felt good about having enough power with a shorter barrel to reach out to about 600. Eh, we'll see.

Anyway - that brought me to my next question. I was hoping to save a bit of $ on the BCG. Can I get away with mixing and matching BCG/barrel? And, if you can answer this one... What's the difference between type 1 and type 2 BCG??

Thanks all.


I wouldn’t skimp on the BCG. As to the type 1 and type 2 the only differences between type 1 and 2 are are in the chamber. Bolt wouldn’t have anything to do with it.


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I wouldn’t skimp on the BCG. As to the type 1 and type 2 the only differences between type 1 and 2 are are in the chamber. Bolt wouldn’t have anything to do with it.


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Wrong.

OP research type 1 and 2 Grendel bolts
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Old 11-30-2019, 09:30 PM   #25
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"The 6.5 Grendel type 2 bolt or original Grendel was designed to be used with a Grendel bolt, or a 0.135/0.136 bolt face. Meanwhile, the 6.5 Grendel type 1 bolt has a 0.125 bolt depth."
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OP research type 1 and 2 Grendel bolts


Tell that to Bill Alexander. That was the answer straight from him at SHOT show.


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Old 12-01-2019, 01:50 AM   #27
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I researched and found out I can only do a type 2. Type 1 isn't compatible. Just my luck Faxon is out of the type 2 bcg.
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Get a good barrel and trigger.

My 20” Shilen barrel will consistently shoot 1/2 moa.
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The type 1 grendel bolt is the same as the 7.62x39. The type two is recessed ten-thousandths deeper. If you have a type 1 barrel and use the type 2 bolt, you instantly have a 0.010 too long headspace at the minimum. Reverse the situation, and the bolt won't close. I went through the same scenario a few years ago.
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The type 1 grendel bolt is the same as the 7.62x39. The type two is recessed ten-thousandths deeper. If you have a type 1 barrel and use the type 2 bolt, you instantly have a 0.010 too long headspace at the minimum. Reverse the situation, and the bolt won't close. I went through the same scenario a few years ago.
Thank you... Looks like type 2 is made specifically for Grendel so that is what I will be looking for. Appreciate the information.
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Tell that to Bill Alexander. That was the answer straight from him at SHOT show.


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I have a Bear Creek 20" stainless twisted flute 1:8 twist and it performs great. I am curious why yall are having issues?
You got one of the few good ones. The one I referenced was the second one I had problems with.
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Ok, so got a bit distracted and am just now getting around to researching and building.

Bought a Faxon 18" match grade for my first one. It was on sale, had great reviews, under $200. Initially I wanted to build a gun that could go as far as I would ever want it to go, but now that I'm on a lease and know what shots I'd be taking, there's no reason right now as I'd have a shot no longer than about 600 on hogs and 400 or lease on deer once I build up some confidence. I felt good about having enough power with a shorter barrel to reach out to about 600. Eh, we'll see.

Anyway - that brought me to my next question. I was hoping to save a bit of $ on the BCG. Can I get away with mixing and matching BCG/barrel? And, if you can answer this one... What's the difference between type 1 and type 2 BCG??

Thanks all.

your Faxon barrel is Type 2. will take any Type 2 BCG.
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Keep this one going, I'm piling on the points on my credit card, doing my own grendel build right now!
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Look at Grendelhunter.com. I ended up going custom with www.unique-ars.com and super excited for it to come in! I completed lower last week.

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Was looking at psa 12.5" complete upper has very good reviews last time i checked they were going for $329
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Was looking at psa 12.5" complete upper has very good reviews last time i checked they were going for $329
For a truck gun, no problem. PSA barrels are not near as accurate as say, a Larue. So, it depends on how much accuracy you demand.
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Found a matching type 2 bcg made by faxon through opticsplanet.com. Also compared parts for the dust cover, trigger, charging handle, forward assist... Went with Striker Industries based on price. Plus, it should made my cool slightly "cool" with the red colors. I did noticed my barrel ended up being backordered, so this may take a while.
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Got barrel, charging handle, gas system and forward assist in the mail today.

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I could use some help on picking rings and glass... I ma thinking 600 yards with a chance at stretching it out to 800?

I am clueless when it comes to scope. All advice welcomed.
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Thx pb2.

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I have built at least 20 of them so far. I have had the most consistency with Odinworks. Only used Faxon on one, and it was just as good as the Odinworks were. Tbox is supposed to make good barrels, but the only one I built on wouldn't shoot worth a crap. BCA is a No go for me, went through three barrels and never got less than 1.5MOA. Other folks I know have used them and they worked OK, but I am not chancing them again. Can't go wrong with Satern, but they don't have them on the shelves a lot of the time. I usually go with a 1:8 twist on anything I am building in Grendel, simply because I know I will be primarily using 123Gr ammo, and it works well with it.
The last one I built was a 12.5", and it has be awesome so far.
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Thanks guys. I received the rest of the parts for the upper minus the backordered bcg. I am now looking for glass to out up top. Any input?

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Finished mine up and sighted in today. I went with Unique-AR upper and PSA lower.

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Guy that runs 6.5 grendel forum now has a website to buy his barrels and bolts off of. Good guy and great barrels!
"www.sixfivearms.com"
Not affiliated with them but have used them on several builds!
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