Posted November 17, 2015 3:52 pm by Comments

By Matthew Hogan


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The following is a release from Bravo Company Manufacturing:

With multiple phases of field testing by instructors from the BCMGunfighter Program and subsequent revisions/optimizations made by the engineering team at BCM, BCM is proud to announce a line of KMR-Alpha sleeved 300 Blackout carbines in Recce 16, CQB and pistol configurations.

An extension of Bravo’s MIL-SPEC quality 5.56 carbines, the BCM 300 Blackout line was developed to provide an extremely effective self-defense platform in a compact package.

LETHALITY ASSURED

Approved by SAAMI on Jan. 17, 2011, Supersonic 300 AAC Blackout 110-125 grain 300 Blackout ammunition was designed to produce a similar ballistic effect on target of a 7.62 x 39 mm round but out of a 9″ barreled AR platform carbine.

At 300 meters, 300 Blackout has 16.7 percent more energy than a 7.62 x 39mm round. A supersonic round fired …Read the Rest

Source:: Tactical Life

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