.300 BLK pistol

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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by ghostrider » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:38 am

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troglodyte wrote:Now you've gone and made me start working on getting a suppressor.
I'm an enabler, yep ;-)
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yes, you are. now you have me thinking I need one of these silly overgrown pistols....
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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by cmgee67 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:37 am

The kak shockwave blade is excellent. I’ve got one on my ar pistol in 9mm. I just ordered that same bra for the 300 blk build. I have all my components ordered. Everything should be arriving in the next few days. I will post pics when I get it all together.

Here is the parts list and prices in case your interested

KAK shockwave blade with buffer, buffer tube, castlenut, and spring 69$

Anderson stripped lower 30$

Anderson charging handle 13$

Palmetto state armory premium full auto BCG was on sale for 69$

Radical arms 8.5 inch 300 black out upper with free float mlok rail, forward assist, dust cover, and flash hider installed got it at primary arms on sale for 199$

Rock River arms LPK with single stage trigger on sale at joe bobs outfitters 69$

Total cost not including my vortex sparc two and flip up mbus sights I already have 402$
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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by AndyC » Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:27 am

ghostrider wrote:
AndyC wrote:
troglodyte wrote:Now you've gone and made me start working on getting a suppressor.
I'm an enabler, yep ;-)
yes.
yes, you are. now you have me thinking I need one of these silly overgrown pistols....
Every man needs one ;-)
cmgee67 wrote:Total cost not including my vortex sparc two and flip up mbus sights I already have 402$
Man, you did GOOD on pricing!
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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by cmgee67 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 9:58 am

Thanks! I’m very happy with everything I got. I’ve never used radical arms before but from what I hear they are pretty decent. This goes to prove if you search for deals and wait for sales you can come out on top! I remember these types of guns a few years ago were unheard of for anything less than 800-1000$ and that was for a basic basic one. Same goes for a regular 16” AR.
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Post by KC5AV » Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:48 pm

cmgee67 wrote:The kak shockwave blade is excellent. I’ve got one on my ar pistol in 9mm. I just ordered that same bra for the 300 blk build. I have all my components ordered. Everything should be arriving in the next few days. I will post pics when I get it all together.

Here is the parts list and prices in case your interested

KAK shockwave blade with buffer, buffer tube, castlenut, and spring 69$
Where did you order these? That's what I'm planning for mine.
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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by cmgee67 » Fri Jan 12, 2018 3:30 pm

KC5AV wrote:
cmgee67 wrote:The kak shockwave blade is excellent. I’ve got one on my ar pistol in 9mm. I just ordered that same bra for the 300 blk build. I have all my components ordered. Everything should be arriving in the next few days. I will post pics when I get it all together.

Here is the parts list and prices in case your interested

KAK shockwave blade with buffer, buffer tube, castlenut, and spring 69$
Where did you order these? That's what I'm planning for mine.


https://www.deltateamtactical.com/AR-15 ... _4714.html


Cheapest I’ve found it. It’s 59.99 plus 9.99 shipping
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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by Sidro » Thu Mar 15, 2018 5:42 pm

How is the pistol working out for you? With the setup I have on mine it is all I need for a truck gun at this time. Shot a big pig at 245 yds last week and coyote at 225 yds today. My first mark under crosshair is on at 225 yds and this is what I used for both shots. Distance was confirmed with range finder after shot on both animals. Push your pistol out on distance and I think you will be very surprised.


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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by jason812 » Thu Mar 15, 2018 10:26 pm

Thanks to Andy's posts, I decided to ditch my smooth buffer and install a Shockwave brace on my backpack gun. It doesn't affect the ability to fold the buffer. I also changed the bird cage for VG6's blackout brake. Totally different in the way the gun handles now. It really recoils like a 22 now. Zero muzzle rise and very slight push back. So much fun to shoot.

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Post by MadMonkey » Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:00 am

This is my latest 300BLK pistol :cool:

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Post by AndyC » Sun Mar 18, 2018 2:20 pm

Duuuuuude.... :shock: :anamatedbanana
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Post by MadMonkey » Sun Mar 18, 2018 9:19 pm

AndyC wrote:Duuuuuude.... :shock: :anamatedbanana
I don't like having to disassemble to fit in my backpack :lol:
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Post by The Annoyed Man » Sun Mar 18, 2018 10:52 pm

MadMonkey wrote:
AndyC wrote:Duuuuuude.... :shock: :anamatedbanana
I don't like having to disassemble to fit in my backpack :lol:
Have you chrono’ed any loads through that stubby barrel? Just curious.

(BTW, don’t tell anyone, but that’s not a pistol anymore. :mrgreen: )
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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by MadMonkey » Mon Mar 19, 2018 12:42 am

The Annoyed Man wrote:
MadMonkey wrote:
AndyC wrote:Duuuuuude.... :shock: :anamatedbanana
I don't like having to disassemble to fit in my backpack :lol:
Have you chrono’ed any loads through that stubby barrel? Just curious.

(BTW, don’t tell anyone, but that’s not a pistol anymore. :mrgreen: )
Not yet. According to all the things I've read, I should be getting a hair over 1700fps with Barnes 110gr VOR-TX, which should give me an effective range of about 150-200yds, which is exactly what I built the gun for. I want to give some Lehigh Defense loads a try as well.

As for being a pistol... what did I miss? Brace, no VFG... :headscratch
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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by Bitter Clinger » Mon Mar 19, 2018 10:11 am

MadMonkey wrote:
The Annoyed Man wrote:
MadMonkey wrote:
AndyC wrote:Duuuuuude.... :shock: :anamatedbanana
I don't like having to disassemble to fit in my backpack :lol:
Have you chrono’ed any loads through that stubby barrel? Just curious.

(BTW, don’t tell anyone, but that’s not a pistol anymore. :mrgreen: )
Not yet. According to all the things I've read, I should be getting a hair over 1700fps with Barnes 110gr VOR-TX, which should give me an effective range of about 150-200yds, which is exactly what I built the gun for. I want to give some Lehigh Defense loads a try as well.

As for being a pistol... what did I miss? Brace, no VFG... :headscratch
:headscratch :headscratch
TAM, sure looks like a pistol to me as well. What are you seeing that leads you to that conclusion? I have virtually the identical set up on more than one firearm. Thanks!
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Re: .300 BLK pistol

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Post by The Annoyed Man » Mon Mar 19, 2018 11:15 am

Bitter Clinger wrote:
MadMonkey wrote:
The Annoyed Man wrote:
MadMonkey wrote:
AndyC wrote:Duuuuuude.... :shock: :anamatedbanana
I don't like having to disassemble to fit in my backpack :lol:
Have you chrono’ed any loads through that stubby barrel? Just curious.

(BTW, don’t tell anyone, but that’s not a pistol anymore. :mrgreen: )
Not yet. According to all the things I've read, I should be getting a hair over 1700fps with Barnes 110gr VOR-TX, which should give me an effective range of about 150-200yds, which is exactly what I built the gun for. I want to give some Lehigh Defense loads a try as well.

As for being a pistol... what did I miss? Brace, no VFG... :headscratch
:headscratch :headscratch
TAM, sure looks like a pistol to me as well. What are you seeing that leads you to that conclusion? I have virtually the identical set up on more than one firearm. Thanks!
THIS has a rifle stock, therefore it is no longer a pistol:
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That is what I was referring to. My son has the nearly identical setup, with the same stock. He had to register the lower for an SBR and get the stamp. BTW, he worked for a NFA dealer for a while and knows what he’s talking about. Only difference is, his is chambered in 5.56, with a 7” barrel.
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