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Would You Spend $1300 to $1500 For A 300 Blackout AR-15 Rifle?

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  • Would You Spend $1300 to $1500 For A 300 Blackout AR-15 Rifle?

    From LWRCI’s press release:
    Expanding on the huge success of its award winning Direct Impingement line, LWRCI has officially launched the IC DI 300 BLK. The IC DI 300 BLK model is the newest member of the IC DI family whose design was born out of the US Military M4 PIP program that called for longer barrel life, full ambidexterity, better reliability and user configurable floating rail system.

    “Based on the continued popularity of the 300 BLK platform it is a natural line extension for LWRCI and our IC DI line”, says David Ridley, senior vice president sales and marketing. “The LWRCI-DI 300 excels on all counts, offering our customers an accurate advanced DI rifle at a price that will surprise you. It is truly a ‘Step-Up’ from the basic direct impingement rifles on the market now in 300 BLK”

    The IC DI 300 BLK model is ready to ship already, and the MSRP is around 1 385 to 1 528 USD depending on color.

  • #2
    Nope. I've never been a fan of the .300 BLK.


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  • #3
    Probably not.
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    • #4
      Nope. Not me. That would get into my Over/Under money.

      "If guns cause crime, all mine are defective." ~ Ted Nugent


      • #5
        i have some 30 30s i good


        • #6
          I got 3 Marlins in 30-30 so I don't think I need the 300 at all.
          The deadliest weapon in the world is a Marine and his/her rifle.


          • #7
            300 BO can use regular AR lowers , I've seen full uppers go for $200-400


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