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    put together a .300 Blackout pistol









    Last edited by rws; 07-02-2019 at 10:14 PM.

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    Nicely done! You get it to the range yet?

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    About time!

    Now you can get to reloading!
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    the .300 Blackout joins 2 previous .223 pistols

    Uploaded at Snapagogo.com

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    I am not much of a Balck Rifle guy myslef, I do own a few AR's, and had an AK of true Chinese decent but gave it to my son!
    Anyway, I got bit by the 300 Blackout bug and how versatile the cartridge was and got a pistol from Palmetto .
    I must admit thats about the most fun that I have had with a weapon in quite some time.
    IF my range would let me shoot it wiithout any clothes on I can't imagine much more fun!!!
    WE all know that you can have a lot more fun Naked than doing anything wearing clothes!
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    I would switch all 3 of those AR pistols to flash cans. But yes, those are really nice ARs.

    The other thing you might want to look at is the grip. One of those straight up grips, like the MagPul MOE-K2, or Mission First enhanced, or BCM B-5. With the grip more up and down it makes up for LOP somewhat and is a little easier to handle. It is one of those "you have to try it before you can understand it" things.

    I usually pick these up whenever they are on sale for under $10. https://www.primaryarms.com/mission-...-black-epg16v2
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    I am not much of a Balck Rifle guy myslef, I do own a few AR's, and had an AK of true Chinese decent but gave it to my son!
    Anyway, I got bit by the 300 Blackout bug and how versatile the cartridge was and got a pistol from Palmetto .
    I must admit thats about the most fun that I have had with a weapon in quite some time.
    IF my range would let me shoot it wiithout any clothes on I can't imagine much more fun!!!
    WE all know that you can have a lot more fun Naked than doing anything wearing clothes!
    Dude, which “weapon” you talking ‘bout using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    Dude, which “weapon” you talking ‘bout using?
    a TRUE Tactician chooses which weapon to use by what the need is, please list the need!-----
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaredeye View Post
    Dude, which “weapon” you talking ‘bout using?
    LOL! Now, what caliber would that be exactly?
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    Nice job on the assembly! Looking forward to the range report.
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