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300 BLK $1350: Is this a good deal?

Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by 35Remington, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. 35Remington

    35Remington TGT Addict

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    I saw this elsewhere online and I've always wanted to get into 300 BLK. Interested in thoughts from those who have experience here.

    Ad:
    Noveske 300 blackout with 10.5" barrel, perm attached 6" flash hider
    Free float barrel
    4 rail hand guard
    Flat top
    Forward assist
    Includes ch/Bcg
    NRA lower
    Under 200 rds thru it
    400 rds of ammo
    These uppers are 1250 when you can find them not counting ammo n lower
    98% condition
    Asking $ 1350 plus shipping
     


  2. TreyG-20

    TreyG-20 TGT Addict

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    Sounds like a good deal to me. Factory ammo is about to $2 a round right now.
     
  3. Charlie

    Charlie TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    I'll say up front that I really don't know all the values of the components listed but it's my understanding that to simply change from .223 to 300 BLK requires only a barrel change and gas tune up. It's just gonna' depend on what you want on/in your AR.
     
  4. Dawico

    Dawico Uncoiled Lifetime Member

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    I thought the point of the 300BLK was to suppress it. The round is somewhat anemic for a .30 caliber if you aren't going to suppress. A permanent flash hider makes no sense to me on these rifles.

    Just my thoughts. As far as price I have no clue there.
     
  5. kusai

    kusai Well-Known

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    I have a 300 blk sbr sitting for a year now. And snag it while you can, the noveske uppers are harder to find itself.

    Sent from the black hole
     
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  6. Charlie

    Charlie TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    Huh? Translate please.
     
  7. 35Remington

    35Remington TGT Addict

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    Rifle is now $1200 shipped. Trying to decide if the permanently attached flash hider is a deal breaker. I would like to suppress a .300 BLK, although that will likely happen far into the future.
     
  8. 1slow01Z71

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    Just remember if you want to suppress it later it will cost at least 100 bucks to get that flash hider chopped off then the barrel rethreaded and crowned. Id pass, seems like ok components with a nice barrel. I believe that's the guy on AR15.com that was all excited about his new gun only a couple weeks ago and is now wanting to sell it. Personally I think the giant flash hiders are tacky looking. If I were you Id just wait and buy components when theyre on sale and build you a nice 300blk. If you don't reload, right now is not the time to get into 300blk.
     
  9. Dredge

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    1Slow hit the nail on the head.
    The permanently attached flash hider is a no go. What you may gain in a good deal is eliminated by the pinned/welded flash hider.
     
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  10. itchin

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    That's a great deal for $1200. Just replace the barrel.
     


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