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 FS: 16" .300 Blackout AR carbine. 
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Location: Central Washington(Wenatchee area).
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I finished this AR up a month or so ago. I decided to go the SBR route and I'm going to sell this one to fund the SBR.

Aero upper and lower
16" , 8 twist, Pistol length gas, Anderson RF85 treated barrel
The pistol length gas will cycle the sub sonics and supers reliably
Barrel threaded 5/8-24 with A2 hider
15" Keymod handguard
Anderson lower parts kit with stainless trigger. Professional trigger job($50.00)with trigger pin installed. No creep, breaks clean at 3 1/2 lbs.
Nitided bolt carrier group
Nitride gas tube
Mil-spec .750 gas block
Mil-Spec charging handle with ambi tactical latch installed
Extended take down pins
Odin works extended Mag release
KNS anti rotation pins
Ambi safety/ selector
Magpul FDE MBUS sights co witness to Sig Sauer Romeo 5
Magpul FDE k2 grip
Battle link FDE Minimalist 6 position stock
Single point(Slip ring) end plate

Less than 100 round fired. Accurate!!!

Shoots the 110gr. Barnes Tac-X and 150gr Hornady FMJ's super tight.

Professionally Cerakoted by BigHorn Custom Firearms & Finishes. All in heat cure Barrett Brown Cerakote.

Will include 500 or so once fired completely processed Lake City(2014) 300 Blackout cases. Trimmed to length, sized, inside outside neck chamfered. Ready to load!

$875.00 REDUCED $825.00 Shipped for the carbine, brass and the 20rd Magpul Mag pictured.

$1000.00 REDUCED $950.00 Shipped with the Romeo 5 sight included.

Located in the Wenatchee WA area.

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Barnes 110gr Tac-X's at 100 yards during load development. I used a 4-16x scope for this group. The first cold clean bore shot was slightly out. The next 5 shots grouped a little over 1/2".

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Here are a couple groups shot at 50 yards while zeroing the Romeo 5. Handloaded Hornady 150gr FMJ's.

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Thu Jan 05, 2017 7:49 pm
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Location: Central Washington(Wenatchee area).
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REDUCED!!!

Carbine, brass and Mag. $825.00 With the Sig Sauer Romeo 5 $950.00

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Fri Jan 06, 2017 5:37 pm
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Location: Kent
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Real Name: Ric
Why not submit F1 for this then buld a new upper when the stamp comes in?



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Sun Jan 08, 2017 1:44 pm
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Location: Central Washington(Wenatchee area).
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fairlanericky wrote:
Why not submit F1 for this then buld a new upper when the stamp comes in?



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I'm going to go with a billet upper and lower.

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Mon Jan 09, 2017 10:44 pm
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Location: Renton Highlands
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Nice groups! What recipe did you use for the 150gr?


Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:17 pm
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