Pretty Nice Design - SIG Rattler

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Pretty Nice Design - SIG Rattler

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I could see this or something similar replacing the 'buffer-tube' design of the AR...
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Video on the Internal Design of the Rattler - https://youtu.be/0zohy9NrSPA

For something like a 300 Blackout pistol build, it seems really ideal.

Nonetheless, I find little fault with the more traditional 'AR' setup I have for 300 Blk.
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Not really a fan of the 300 blackput, but in some short platform it seems like a decent idea for short range interpersonal crisis situations.
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I'm a big fan of the .300 Blackout cartridge.

I've tried for several years to find an acceptable 5.56/.233 round that I think is a good deer load. It always seemed to work out the same, very small bullet hole and no penetration, or it would zip trough without causing a great deal of damage, and again small bullet holes and very little blood trail. It will kill hogs, but the buzzards find them sometimes before I do.

Since I switched to the .300, I don't have any problem following a blood trail and the trail seems unnecessary because it takes deer and hogs down very quickly.

My most used .300 is a Ruger American bolt gun, but a personal favorite is the Daniel Defense DDM4 PDW. It is similar in size to the two photos in this thread, but it really gives nothing up in performance.
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I prefer the 7.62x39. Just me.
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Scott Tschirhart wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 7:51 am
I'm a big fan of the .300 Blackout cartridge.

I've tried for several years to find an acceptable 5.56/.233 round that I think is a good deer load. It always seemed to work out the same, very small bullet hole and no penetration, or it would zip trough without causing a great deal of damage, and again small bullet holes and very little blood trail. It will kill hogs, but the buzzards find them sometimes before I do.

Since I switched to the .300, I don't have any problem following a blood trail and the trail seems unnecessary because it takes deer and hogs down very quickly.

My most used .300 is a Ruger American bolt gun, but a personal favorite is the Daniel Defense DDM4 PDW. It is similar in size to the two photos in this thread, but it really gives nothing up in performance.
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Blaine wrote:
Tue Apr 06, 2021 11:38 am
:wink: Big Nose Kate is very, very jealous.
Maybe I will take her to Raton in June to make it up to her.

Come to think of it, I never had to follow a blood trail when I used Kate. They kind of crumpled up right there.
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The subject of .300 blk. begs its own post for debate.
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