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300 Blackout AR 15 Pistol Kit (10.5” Nitride Barrel 1:8 Twist & 9” Lightweight M-Lok Handguard)

$634.99
SKU:
300BLK-105-9MLOK-PK

Description

Build the ultimate AR Pistol using our new 300 Blackout Pistol Kit. The included heavy-profile 10.5” barrel maximizes velocity for exceptional accuracy at medium ranges when using supersonic loads. The muzzle ships with 5/8-24 threads so you can easily install your favorite suppressor and work with subsonic loads. An enhanced, polished LPK rounds out the kit with mil-spec lower internals that guarantee you get a slick, crisp trigger right out of the box. The free-float 9” M-Lok handguard makes adding your favorite accessories a breeze, while offering lightweight maneuverability. This upper ships pre-built and test-fired to guarantee reliable accuracy and functionality.

What’s Included

This kit is not a firearm. It includes an assembled upper receiver, bolt carrier group, lower parts kit, and buffer assembly with pistol brace. It does not include the component to make a firearm: A stripped lower receiver. Pair this rifle kit with an AR-15 80% lower receiver and AR-15 jig to fabricate a receiver, sold separately.

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AR-15 Rifle Kit Specs

Barreled uppers are assembled in-house before shipment.

Barrel

  • Chamber: .300 AAC Blackout
  • Contour: A2 Profile
  • Length: 10.5”
  • Twist Rate: 1:8
  • Gas System: Pistol
  • Gas Port: 0.750”
  • Muzzle Threads: 5/8x24
  • Feed Ramps: .30-Cal
  • Material: 4150 CMV
  • Finish: QPQ Nitride
  • Process: Button Rifled
  • Lining: QPQ Nitride
  • Muzzle: A2 “Birdcage” Flash Hider

Handguard

  • Attachment System: 9" Lightweight M-Lok
  • Finish: Type III Hardcoat Anodized (Mil-Spec)
  • Top Rail: M1913 Picatinny
  • Material: Billet 6061-T6 Aluminum
  • Attachment: Barrel Nut 

Stripped Upper Receiver

  • Profile: M4 Flattop
  • Material: Forged 7075-T6 Aluminum
  • Finish: Type III Hardcoat Anodized (Mil-Spec)

Bolt Carrier Group

  • Profile: M16/Full-Auto
  • Steel: Carpenter No. 158 (Mil-Spec)
  • Exterior: Phosphate Coating
  • Interior: Chrome-Lined
  • Gas Key: Staked, Chromed
  • Charging Handle: Included

Lower Receiver Parts

  • Buffer System: Mil-spec, Carbine
  • Pistol Brace: SBA Tactical SBA3
  • Parts Kit: Mil-spec, single-stage

Receiver sold separately

No FFL or serialization is required to fabricate a receiver under federal law. However, state laws vary. Some states require serialization or have banned 80% lowers and gun-making kits. We encourage each and every builder to perform their own research about the state and federal laws that apply to them.

Shipping Restrictions

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