By now you have likely already heard of Advanced Armament Corp’s 300 Blackout. If not, you should read up on it because it is a very slick concept. The support for the cartridge continues to grow with the introduction of the new Micro7.
The Micro7 is a compact, handy, lightweight bolt action rifle that is chambered for 300 Blackout. It is based on the excellent Remington Model 7 action which is basically a scaled down Model 700 action. This is a proven action and a great start for any compact rifle.
As you might expect from AAC, the Micro7 comes suppressor ready. It features a 16″ barrel that has been threaded to accept a suppressor. Care was also taken to ensure that the rifle remained handy even with the suppressor attached by using a lightweight barrel profile.
The Micro7 also comes with a scope mount and comb riser that AAC designed. The barrel is nitrided to increase the surface hardness and make it more durable. This is a very cool feature in rifle that could see some hard use.
I hope you are getting the picture that this is a very unique and versatile package. I could see this rifle in the trunk of a squad car, the rifle rack of a deer hunter, on the tractor of a rancher, or even lashed to the pack of a predator hunter. There really isn’t anything that this rifle can’t do.
Check out the AAC blog for the all the latest info on the Micro7 and the 300 Blackout.
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