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Thread: Remington 700 PCR SB Shorty

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    Sign me up, one of each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravel Agency View Post
    Hey guys,

    A few answers that we know right now.

    ETA - Mid Summer

    Canadian Version - Yes, shown above is the Canadian Version as the US version has the Arm Brace

    Calibers - Other calibers might follow but we don't know yet

    Price - Will be up to the dealers and will depend on the US exchange rate at the time.

    Left Hand - Unlikely at this time.

    Rails - 0 MOA rail and you can add an M-LOK rail up front on the top to run iron sights

    Magazines - AICS Magpul
    Thanks, the ability to throw some irons on here makes me very interested in this. Especially in .308
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    Goddamn those will be barky. But I want one of each!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suther View Post
    The only advantage to the 300bo is the ability to use subsonic rounds, but with no suppressors in Canada that advantage means nothing.
    Incorrect.

    Suppressed or not, when fired, a subsonic round is significantly quieter than a supersonic one. Yes you could load down the 308win to shoot subsonic, but with a 1:12 or 1:10 twist barrel (in my experience) it won’t stabilize much over 150g. The faster twist barrel on a 300blk gives you much better performance with regards to subsonic shooting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMC403 View Post
    Incorrect.

    Suppressed or not, when fired, a subsonic round is significantly quieter than a supersonic one. Yes you could load down the 308win to shoot subsonic, but with a 1:12 or 1:10 twist barrel (in my experience) it won’t stabilize much over 150g. The faster twist barrel on a 300blk gives you much better performance with regards to subsonic shooting.
    The 308 will have a 1 in 10" twist and it will certainly stabilize bullets up to 180gr. Also FWIW this guy did some ballistics testing on short 308 barrels: https://rifleshooter.com/2016/02/308...-308-bolt-gun/
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    Mdt chassis 500$, rem 700 with custom bbl 1000$. Looks great but hope the price is less then what you can make one for

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shooting Centre View Post
    The 308 will have a 1 in 10" twist and it will certainly stabilize bullets up to 180gr. Also FWIW this guy did some ballistics testing on short 308 barrels: https://rifleshooter.com/2016/02/308...-308-bolt-gun/
    Agree,
    A 1:10 will stabilize a 220gr no problem, But in my experience with testing, weights over 150gr suffered in the stability and accuracy department when shot at subsonic speed.
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    The current rem 700 PCR is about $1400 so I’m guessing this will be around the same. Fingers crossed.

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    tagged, I am very interested in the 308.
    Nice to see an m-lok tube, now I can use my m-lok attachments!

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