Posted February 1, 2019 11:00 am by Comments

By Chris Eger

A Minnesota man who is a fan of .300 Blackout came up with a purpose-built bolt-action straight-pull pistol in that caliber that weighs as much as a 1911.
Elijah Duray of Eagan talked to Guns.com about his build, which he calls the 300 Solo (you have to admit it does resemble a certain blaster carried on the Kessel Run), which is not just any old AR pistol.
(Photos: Elijah Duray)
To eliminate the action noise while trimming weight and parts, the AR-framed handgun uses a hybrid polymer lower and upper (with metal inserts) and, rather than being semi-auto, is manually-operated. Without the need for a regular BCG, he says he uses one that is basically cut in half and drilled and tapped for the left-side charging handle. At the same time, he still has all of the modularity of a standard AR when it comes to triggers, parts, magazines, etc.
“I like to think of it as a Thompson-Center Contender that costs half as much, weighs a third as much, holds 10-shots and reloads at the flick of a wrist,” he said.

The Solo cost Duray just a few hundred bucks to make and he can use hand loads with bullets from 60-grains up to

Source: Guns.com

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