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ARAK Upper To Go Into Production In Early 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.

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AAC Micro 7 rifle chambered for 300 Blackout


Micro 7 Rifle Specifics

Yes, the Micro 7 is built on the Remington 700 short-action.  The owner’s manual included with the rifle is actually the Rem. 700 manual.  The AAC Micro 7 rifle is small and light-weight, hence the Micro moniker.   The barrel is 16 inches long with a 1 in 8 twist for the slower, heavy bullets.   As it is assumed the end user will be employing a silencer, the muzzle is threaded for the normal .30 caliber 5/8-24 TPI.  AAC includes a thread protector.

An “X-Mark Pro” adjustable trigger with a two position safety is included as part of the package.  The bolt action is fed from a four round magazine with a hinged floorplate.  Atop the action AAC has include a 20 MOA Picatinny scope rail.  A black nitride finish is applied to the metal parts.

The barrel and action are bedded into a black synthetic stock.  This stock has an adjustable cheek piece and a rubber buttpad.  Standard sling studs are located fore and aft. Empty weight is right around 6.5 pounds.


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PNW Arms 300BLK Loads

PNW Arms is producing 300BLK in four variations: a 147gr FMJBT “Range” round, a 155gr BTHP “Match” round, a 125gr ballistic tip “Hunting” round and a 220gr HPBT subsonic “Defensive” round.

The GearScout blog will be conducting a 2,000 round test of PNW’s Match ammo.

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Advanced Armament Corp’s PDW in 300 Blackout

The GearScout blog has a quick introduction to AAC’s new weapon design codenamed “Honey Badger”.

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