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Posts Tagged 300 blk
Short interview with Bill Alexander of Alexander Arms:
From Military Arms Channel:
The SOCOM300 SPS Fast-Attach® suppressor boasts the ultimate sound suppression of any .30 caliber suppressor ever built. This best-in-class suppressor is able to achieve unprecedented levels of sound attenuation, with 300 Black Out—subsonic and supersonic—as well as .308 and 300 Win Mag ammunition, thanks to its expertly designed baffles. This versatile suppressor is also very effective in suppressing the 5.56 mm round. The lightweight SOCOM300 SPS is constructed of Inconel, an advanced high-temperature alloy, and stainless steel—and adds minimal length and weight to your weapon.
A precision indexing system and computer-controlled welding ensure that the suppressor mounts to a SOCOM-compatible SureFire muzzle brake or flash hider, via its patented Fast-Attach system, securely and in the same way—every time. It was designed for easy removal after extended firing and, like all SureFire Fast-Attach models, the SOCOM300 SPS produces minimal and consistent shift in point-of-impact compared with an unsuppressed weapon. And its solid Inconel blast baffle further enhances the suppressor’s overall strength, making it durable enough for full-time use.
Ruger is now offering their tactical Mini-14 in 300 Blackout
From Bearing Arms:
Tom’s description of the rifle, magazine, and shooter eerily echo that of other 300 BLK/.223 kabooms I’ve heard of, and in each instance, it appears that lighter .300 BLK bullets can be chambered just enough for a firearm to fire, especially with handloads that might not be seated at the correct depth.
ASPAR ARMS has three rifles that are chambered for the new round.
The 300 Blackout cartridge fits in the standard AR magazine without any loss of the original 30 round capacity. The standard bolt and barrel extension is used as well. The only difference is the barrel itself. This not only makes for easy logistical support for potential military use of the caliber, but you can pull spare parts from existing .223/5.56mm rifles. The sample rifle has been tested with GI aluminum magazines, H&K high reliability mags, Lancer AWM and Magpul PMags.
From SHOT Show 2013:
The AR part is that it’s made to work with AR-15 lowers, but the upper is built around a long-stroke gas piston system like those used in Kalashnikov rifles. It also draws from the FAL deck with the type of adjustable gas regulator it uses.
Faxon Firearms does not have a website up yet, but they do have a Facebook page.
Travis Haley gives an in depth review of the 300 Blackout round.
Faxon Firearms has designed an AK-type uppper for the AR platform that alleviates the need for a buffer tube. The gas system is designed like the one on the FAL.
Faxon Facebook Page