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300 BLK

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by doubloon » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:22 am

I hope millions are sold.
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Re: 300 BLK

Post by J Krammes » Wed Jan 16, 2013 1:46 pm

That Aimpoint mount seems really high... Nice blaster though.
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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Ryo » Wed Jan 16, 2013 2:00 pm

OOoo.. wonder when this will (or if it will) be available.

Note that Aimpoint mount has a specific purpose of being that high. It's for operators who use NODs like the PVS-14, etc.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by diablito » Thu Jan 17, 2013 8:04 pm

Lots conflicting info coming out of KACs camp at shot about this platform!

Does it already exist? Is it for sale? Will there be/ is there already an integral version?

Btw: love the idea of KAC getting into the 300blkout game.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by KevinB » Sun Jan 20, 2013 8:11 pm

They exist.

Initially the 14.5" and 16" Barrel uppers will be sold. We are using Noveske barrels for the shorter guns (Krieger for the longer) as a result, we are unsure of a delivery date due to the wake of John's death.


We've done integral/under the rail suppressed BlackOut for two years, however we've been pretty busy at work, so commercial release has not been feasible.
Commercially we are not sure if we will release the gun with a pinned can for a 1 Stamp versus 2 Stamp gun, and right now we are focusing on getting other products out to the public.
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Re: 300 BLK

Post by diablito » Sun Jan 20, 2013 10:10 pm

KevinB wrote:They exist.

Initially the 14.5" and 16" Barrel uppers will be sold. We are using Noveske barrels for the shorter guns (Krieger for the longer) as a result, we are unsure of a delivery date due to the wake of John's death.


We've done integral/under the rail suppressed BlackOut for two years, however we've been pretty busy at work, so commercial release has not been feasible.
Commercially we are not sure if we will release the gun with a pinned can for a 1 Stamp versus 2 Stamp gun, and right now we are focusing on getting other products out to the public.

Sounds very exciting.

So you'll use Noveske for the 14.5" or shorter? I know their 8.2"-12.2" rifles, uppers, barrels are practically impossible to purchase. Johns early passing only compounds that demand/scarcity.

What sort of data have you accumulated as far as "best" length for 300blkout (suppressed/unsuppressed... Subs/supers) this, I'm sure will interest many people since KAC is all about proper RnD.


How about 2 versions. Pinned and QD. I'm sure this unicorn is gonna run a bill, what's an extra $200 for a detachable can that can be used on another application.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Sdustin » Mon Jan 21, 2013 5:11 am

wow very nice very very nice, MSRP??

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Ryo » Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:02 pm

KevinB wrote:They exist.

Initially the 14.5" and 16" Barrel uppers will be sold. We are using Noveske barrels for the shorter guns (Krieger for the longer) as a result, we are unsure of a delivery date due to the wake of John's death.


We've done integral/under the rail suppressed BlackOut for two years, however we've been pretty busy at work, so commercial release has not been feasible.
Commercially we are not sure if we will release the gun with a pinned can for a 1 Stamp versus 2 Stamp gun, and right now we are focusing on getting other products out to the public.
Do you know how well it will work with subsonic ammo? I remember when Noveske 300BLK barrels came out, they couldn't cycle subsonic rounds..

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by post tensioned » Mon Jan 21, 2013 10:42 pm

Ryo wrote:
KevinB wrote:They exist.

Initially the 14.5" and 16" Barrel uppers will be sold. We are using Noveske barrels for the shorter guns (Krieger for the longer) as a result, we are unsure of a delivery date due to the wake of John's death.


We've done integral/under the rail suppressed BlackOut for two years, however we've been pretty busy at work, so commercial release has not been feasible.
Commercially we are not sure if we will release the gun with a pinned can for a 1 Stamp versus 2 Stamp gun, and right now we are focusing on getting other products out to the public.
Do you know how well it will work with subsonic ammo? I remember when Noveske 300BLK barrels came out, they couldn't cycle subsonic rounds..
Not sure on the KAC guns, but the Noveske's were designed to run/ cycle subsonic only with a suppressor.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by genofromreno » Wed Jan 23, 2013 1:36 pm

It looks like from the display placard, this will have the E3 bolt as well?

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by KevinB » Wed Jan 23, 2013 4:46 pm

genofromreno wrote:It looks like from the display placard, this will have the E3 bolt as well?
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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Ramius » Tue Jul 09, 2013 12:21 am

Is the 9.5" version available as an upper? If so what is the o.d. of the barrel?

I'd like to run one with a SCAR-H-SD.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Blackfoot_7 » Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:55 pm

A suppressed KAC SBR in 300 Blackout. I know this will cost a pretty penny. Question is, do I continue to save up for an SR-25, or do I divert all funds and resources to acquiring this beauty? Maybe I'll get lucky and get to do both.

On a side note, maybe it's just me, but I prefer the look of the H1/T1 mount reversed with a forward slant.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by post tensioned » Wed Jul 10, 2013 7:43 pm

Blackfoot_7 wrote:A suppressed KAC SBR in 300 Blackout. I know this will cost a pretty penny. Question is, do I continue to save up for an SR-25, or do I divert all funds and resources to acquiring this beauty? Maybe I'll get lucky and get to do both.

On a side note, maybe it's just me, but I prefer the look of the H1/T1 mount reversed with a forward slant.

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I own both a SR-25 and 11.5" 300BLK - and while the 300BLK is a great gun I would hands down take the SR25 first. The new SR25's are probably the best guns made period.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by gyz » Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:02 pm

I couldn't agree more Post!! My EMC/ECC is my go to weapon. Wish I could carry it on duty. I'm thinking of selling my KAC LPR because I don't shoot it!! Fired 10rds!! Poor things sits all lonely by itself in the vault!!

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Blackfoot_7 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 10:15 am

post tensioned wrote:
Blackfoot_7 wrote:A suppressed KAC SBR in 300 Blackout. I know this will cost a pretty penny. Question is, do I continue to save up for an SR-25, or do I divert all funds and resources to acquiring this beauty? Maybe I'll get lucky and get to do both.

On a side note, maybe it's just me, but I prefer the look of the H1/T1 mount reversed with a forward slant.
I own both a SR-25 and 11.5" 300BLK - and while the 300BLK is a great gun I would hands down take the SR25 first. The new SR25's are probably the best guns made period.
Thing is I've already put together a nice 10.5" 300 BLK, but it's not KAC. I'll continue to work towards the SR-25EC/ECC since it's the one configuration I've been lusting after. Maybe I'll drop some coin on the KAC 300 short upper at some point down the road.
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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Tom12.7 » Thu Jul 11, 2013 8:08 pm

I'm still waiting on a 9.5" and a 11.5" KAC 300 uppers. Should be worth the wait though. I have a bunch of AAC and Noveske 300 Blk guns to tide me over for a while.
Has anyone heard an estimate as to when these will start shipping?

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by MichaelVain » Fri Jul 12, 2013 1:10 pm

Same here, I can't wait for the 300 BLK short uppers to come out.

I love my AAC upper, but a full KAC 300BLK SBR is just too much win.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Tom12.7 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 11:38 pm

Yeah, the KAC SBR 300 Black uppers should be great, especially with the new 762 QDC and CQB QDC cans. The 11.5" is a no brainer, but I wonder why they went with 9.5" instead of 9" on the short model? I really like the look of the can up close to the rail. My 9"AAC SDN-6 combo doesn't give me problems, so I wonder what the extra 1/2" is all about?

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Ryo » Mon Aug 05, 2013 2:30 pm

Since they are using Noveske/Kreiger barrels, it sounds like anyone could have one built up since all the other parts are already being sold to the public.

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Re: 300 BLK

Post by Tom12.7 » Mon Aug 05, 2013 2:41 pm

The KAC one has the e3 bolt though.

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