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Old 12-22-2011, 03:36 AM   #1
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Does anyone know much about this round? Are there reloading dies for it? How expensive is the ammo?

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Old 12-22-2011, 03:42 AM   #2
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I have one.

There are reloading dies

Ammo is anywhere from $12-$25 per 20.

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How do you like it?

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I like it a lot. Recoil is minimal and it's accurate plus all I needed was a barrel.

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I'm looking to get a whole new upper for my M&P in that caliber. Do you need to change the buffer or anything in the lower at all? Or is it just a snap in and go kinda deal?

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Pin it and go.

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Everything I've read about the round is great im ordering a wilson combat barrel. What barrel did you get?

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Lemme know what you think when you get it going...I'm about to start my first complete build (have put together stripped lowers, but not uppers) and I'm leaning pretty heavy towards a .300 blackout barrel. Ordered a RGuns upper and lower receiver set today...planning on free floating it as well.

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Yeah I built a rock river just wanting that bigger bullet now. Upper are pretty easy just take your time

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Delta Company Arms. He contoured the barrel to order and is a Vet.

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It's easy enough just torque the barrel to 35ftlb.
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