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Not that expensive but I love my M&P 9mm....I'm a fairly new shooter and I'm blowing holes out at 7 yards and tight groups at 10 yards still. I also love my carry gun, Sig P238 .380 Equinox. My buddy just got a Sig C3 1911 .45 with crimson trace....solid gun for home defense, range and carry.
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Wow I wish you wouldn't have shown me that
Pretty sure you can buy them fully assembled from Daniel Defense or Noveske. Advanced Armament Corp (AAC) created the round (I think they are owned by Remington). AAC sells only the uppers, which you can attach to any AR lower. The 300 BLK is a magnificent round though. Basically it is two different rifles in one. You can use supersonic 115-125 grain rounds that have similar ballistics to an AK-47 or you can use 220 grain subsonic rounds that are designed to compete with the HK MP5-SD. When suppressed it is almost as quite but has much greater range, accuracy and knockdown power. I'm pretty buzzed right now and tired but tomorrow I'll try to post some helpful links about the round. I think based on a previous thread 0311 (I think thats his handle) is very knowledgable about AR's in general and this round.
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Here are some useful links about the 300 blackout. Also if you want to convert your AR to this round the only thing you have to change is the barrel. That's it. Uses the same bolt, magazines, everything. Well, I think your supposed to switch to a heavier buffer with this round.
I'd get a Savage 110 BA in 338 Lapua. I've always wanted the ability to reach out and touch someone.
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I'm late to the party but I'd buy 67 Daisy Red Ryder .177cal carbine, open sight, lever action, 650 round capacity.
First weapon most men learn to fire.
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