Black Dawn 300 AAC Blackout BDR-15

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posted on April 20, 2012
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Manufactured in the United States with military and law enforcement personnel in mind, Black Dawn Industries’ .300 AAC Blackout-chambered BDR-15 has a 16-inch button-rifled barrel with a 1:8-inch twist, and comes with the Black Dawn MFR Rail.

The rail uses a standard barrel nut and six points of contact between the rail and a custom barrel nut adapter; a system that free floats the barrel for accuracy and allows easy removal of the rail for maintenance. An upgraded bolt carrier also aids in performance by ensuring very tight lock-up.

All markings are laser-engraved and all materials, coatings and tolerances meet or exceed Mil-spec requirements. The rifle comes standard with a Magpul MOE stock and other upgrades are available. Price: $1,499.

Contact: Black Dawn Industries; (660) 851-0907; www.blackdawnguns.com.

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