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Old 06-11-2013, 04:34 AM   #2191
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Well here are a few pics rom my new 300 Blackout build.

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Well here are a few pics rom my new 300 Blackout build.
How accurate is the 300 say 100 yards moa
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How accurate is the 300 say 100 yards moa
We will find out this Saturday! I would say that it really depends on what bullet you are using. I have load data for rounds from 110gr. - 230gr.. I am not loading any subsonic to start with, but will be focusing on 110gr and 130gr hornady bullets that will run 2200-2200 fps. I will report on its accuracy after I take it out Saturday morning.
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We will find out this Saturday! I would say that it really depends on what bullet you are using. I have load data for rounds from 110gr. - 230gr.. I am not loading any subsonic to start with, but will be focusing on 110gr and 130gr hornady bullets that will run 2200-2200 fps. I will report on its accuracy after I take it out Saturday morning.
Thanks man can't wait to see the range report remember pictures
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awesome. i like it.. when can i expect it to arrive at my house? hehe
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Swapped the magpul front for a Troy HK style sight and put a sling adapter with a one point on it so this is an older pic but looks the same mostly
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Friend of mine, amateur photographer took some pics of my pistol.....I think he's done well. He's gonna get some white lights to it and get rid of the shadow and hopefully do a little something to spice it up....I'm thinking a buxum blonde. What are the rental rates for a nice one? o.O

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Friend of mine, amateur photographer took some pics of my pistol.....I think he's done well. He's gonna get some white lights to it and get rid of the shadow and hopefully do a little something to spice it up....I'm thinking a buxum blonde. What are the rental rates for a nice one? o.O




she sure is purdy how's she handle?
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she sure is purdy how's she handle?
Thank you!

PISTOLS are a pain to shoot practically....the tube is too short to use as a stock. If you try to shoulderit , it digs into your shoulder, really ruff like, and the reciever is really too close to you face so I have a hard time using the red dot. But if your just hold it up and use the check weld with no other contact to the buffer tube, you can easily sight down the RDS, but then there's a lot of muzzle rise so follow up shots are hard to handle.

Shooting it is fun, especially at night. My pistol doubles as a flashbang grenade. Everything in front of me is dazzled by the light show, exsanguinated with .22 cal pills, and engulfed in ball of flame. Zombies beware........

I have plans to convert it to a 9" 300bo, or upgrade the barrel to a lw 9", kuz this heavy profile barrel makes this build a real fat pig...a fat flaming pig!
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