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Old 07-02-2012, 02:49 AM   #1
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I finally finished my blackout battle rifle. I was initially planning this build for hunting but. I just love the look and versatility of a battle style build. But anyways, here she is. I'm eventually gonna throw an Aimpoint H1 on her. But the EOtech will suffice for now.

Noveske .300blk 14.5" barrel
Blackout flash hider.
AAC clamp on FSB.
MOE handguard
Mega upper receiver
BCM BCG
MBUS
EOtech 512
Lower is a custom I had on my DDV5. Looked good on it I thought.

And so far I love her.


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Old 07-02-2012, 04:37 AM   #2
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I really like it. Are you able to fit portions of your hand in front of that VFG?

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I really like it. Are you able to fit portions of your hand in front of that VFG?
Yes. Just enough to get a thumb over style grip.
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Well done, a nice looking rifle you got there. Please keep us updated on how she shoots and give us some feedback on the 300BLK - lots of folks showing interest in that round

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Very nice and one of the few 300 blackout rifles here. Congrats!
No offense, wish it could have a better rail/ handguard than that MOE handguard.

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Very nice and one of the few 300 blackout rifles here. Congrats!
No offense, wish it could have a better rail/ handguard than that MOE handguard.
Money brother. Buy a noveske barrel, blackout flash hider, bcm bcg, etc., and see how much you've got left to drop. Lol.
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Well done, a nice looking rifle you got there. Please keep us updated on how she shoots and give us some feedback on the 300BLK - lots of folks showing interest in that round
Shoots great. The vltor receiver extension seems to make a fairly substantial difference in recoil. I did have one failure to feed on the second thirty rnd mag dump she had ever shot. I haven't polished my feed ramps yet though. Hopefully that will straighten it up.
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One thing I didn't take fully into consideration is how different the price of ammo is between 5.56 and the .300 blk. I'm finding that you can't just plink around like you can with 5.56 without spending a good bit. Anyone who knows where I could find some good range rounds let me know!

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Theresb a group buy on snipers hide.com I believe is lke 45 cents a round for supersonic and 65 for subsonic

Nice build btw. Gratz! Technically tho, it not done till its been function and reliability tested with live ammo so a range report and pictures of it in action are required!!!!!

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Theresb a group buy on snipers hide.com I believe is lke 45 cents a round for supersonic and 65 for subsonic

Nice build btw. Gratz! Technically tho, it not done till its been function and reliability tested with live ammo so a range report and pictures of it in action are required!!!!!
Oh she's been fired. 150 rnds though. What is this reliability testing you speak of? Sounds intriguing.
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