Advanced Armament .300 AAC BLK Handi-rifle

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posted on September 21, 2012
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Advanced Armament Corp. has combined a popular recent ammo introduction—.300 AAC Blackout— with a highly popular rifle configuration.

The ACC Handi-Rifle blends simplicity, reliability and accuracy in an economical option for shooters wanting a rifle in .300 AAC Blackout.

The ACC Handi-Rifle features a phosphate finish on a lightweight-profile with a 1:7-inch twist, 16-inch barrel. The barrel comes threaded in 5/8×24 TPI with a thread protector and is ready to accept any variety of muzzle attachments or suppressors, and it has a Picatinny rail for the mounting of optics. The AAC Handi-Rifle features a black, glass-filled polymer stock and retails for $359.

Caliber: .300 AAC Blackout (7.62x35mm)
Barrel Length: 16"
Twist: 1:7
Muzzle Thread: 5/8"-24
Stock: Glass-filled polymer, black matte finish, swivel studs, recoil pad
Action: Single shot
Sights: Scope mount rail, no iron sights
Length: 30"
Length of Pull: 11.75"
MSRP: $359

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