Very nice. Nice and compact!!This .300 Blackout pistol is I believe my best effort yet. It's more than just a really nice custom, built with the finest components available anywhere. Being a pistol, it can ride around, in all Free States, right next to you. It is one heck of a lot of horsepower in a compact package. With Barnes 110 grain TTSX marching out the muzzle at 2240 fps, it tops anything else in this size range.
The parts: SanTan STT-15L billet receiver set; V Seven 10.25" SS barrel and gas block, coated Black, with the only .30 caliber feed ramp barrel extension in the world (All the rest of the .300 BLK barrels out there of which I am aware have too-small .223 feed ramps.); Geissele Mk 14 9.5" rail with VZ G10 rail panels and hand stop; Surefire 7.62 WarComp; Geissele charging handle; JP FMOS bolt carrier group; LAW tactical folder; Geared Works Mod 2 pistol brace; Geissele Super 42/H1 recoil system; TriggerTech 3.5 LB Competition trigger; V7 small parts; Aimpoint T-2 in Aimpoint 1.535" mount. The LAW folder adds folding capability, obviously, plus 10.5 ounces, bringing the weight of the bare gun up to a still handy 6 LB 9 OZ.
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I hate you, I say as I'm tracking down the Carbon brace....lol. Great setup.At the 2020 SHOT Show, Battle Arms Development introduced their new "Monolithic PDW Lower Receiver + VERT® Pistol Brace with Tailhook MOD1". I finally was able to lay my hands on this creation, and I really like it. (More ordered!) This may just be the ultimate "pistol" lower receiver. The Tailhook Mod 1 found here works much better than the slightly-too-short BAD PDW stock for me. This lower costs a tad more, sure, than the standard PDW version, but you save the $200 transfer fee on an SBR. Besides, this is a "pistol", and you can carry it legally in a Free State as you would any other pistol. Let's take a look at some of the components that went into this build. Note right away the V Seven fluted 10.25" .300 Blackout SS barrel, coated Black, tucked away inside the BAD 9.5" "RigidRail" forend. With a SF WarComp out front, it is ready for either suppressed or unsuppressed applications. The bolt carrier group is the JP FMOS with DLC coated bolt, well known to be one of the very finest. The trigger is my current favorite, the TriggerTech Adaptable Flat Trigger, adjustable from 2.0 to 5.0 LB. There's a set of BAD push pins plus their proprietary billet bolt catch found here, as well as titanium V Seven ambi safety, mag release, and fire control pins, plus aluminum ejection port cover and pivot rod. The recoil system is BAD's proprietary set up for the PDW lower, with a special recoil spring for handling the .300 Blackout cartridge. The charging handle is the Geissele SCH Airbrne, in keeping with the weapon's ambi theme. A Magpul Pmag especially engineered for the .300 BLK cartridge is stuffed in the mag well. My favorite RDS is on top, the Aimpoint T-2, here shown with an Aimpoint 39mm throw lever mount. Just a few ounces over five pounds with the Aimpoint.
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As a someone who used S&B exclusively in a peace and not so peaceful times and this is my first K I can say it is really really good. For AR is exceptional ..... Enough FoV (I don't said plenty I said more than enough ), optically nice, easy of getting npoa great, mechanical precise and clicks are tactile and dense perfectly . Since that I'm not a magnification whore and I dealt with respectable distances with much larger caliber always dancing in the range of 12-18x this one works well. Will try it on 6.5 Victrix armament as well. For this particular rifle as a low mid range platform that's it (not selling a kidney for TT)..... maybe I like it even more than S&B of the same range ...... SKMR3 works very well as a reticle .....One opton as well ..... cranck ilumination to max during the daytame and use it as at low magnification (3-5) as a main scope. Triangle makes nice more than reasonable -aiming toolAlex, how do you like the Khales Glass for .223/5.56?