A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by Freedom1973 » Sun Dec 09, 2018 7:42 pm

What a cool project.

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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by bangbangping » Sun Dec 09, 2018 8:05 pm

Freedom1973 wrote:What a cool project.
It is. And some serious machining skills when you can start out with a Model 7 and end up with a Nucleus. :lol:

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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by Dolomite_Supafly » Sun Dec 09, 2018 9:41 pm

bangbangping wrote:
Freedom1973 wrote:What a cool project.
It is. And some serious machining skills when you can start out with a Model 7 and end up with a Nucleus. :lol:
I bought the Nucleus to build a long range rig in 6mm. Because it is a receiver I built a pistol first so I can go back and forth.

I have always wanted an XP100 but they are getting up there so I figured I might as well as start out with the Nucleus.

I accidentally blocked the person who gave me the Model 7 as a gift. And because I never heard from him I thought he was pissed so I returned it. Then I realized I had blocked him and after some apologies we are good so maybe I will get around to building it next. I like the Nucleus better because it uses a R700 stocks and triggers but Savage barrels.

I might make another barrel and start chopping the length down to see exactly how short I can go before the bullets are no longer stable. I just need to get to feeling better first. I built the Nucleus because I could not let it sit in the safe after spending all the money in it. It is likely my last serious build.
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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by rebel » Mon Dec 10, 2018 2:10 pm

Simply bad ass DS.
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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by PNW17 » Tue Dec 11, 2018 9:59 am

This is awesome. What kind of mags are you using? I am thinking about doing something similar but with a 6-8” barrel. Thinking about a Rem 700 with an AB Mod-x chassis then SBR it and do a folding stock.

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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by Dolomite_Supafly » Tue Dec 11, 2018 2:39 pm

PNW17 wrote:This is awesome. What kind of mags are you using? I am thinking about doing something similar but with a 6-8” barrel. Thinking about a Rem 700 with an AB Mod-x chassis then SBR it and do a folding stock.
They are AIC pattern 223 magazines. I am having some tilting that I need to investigate.
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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by Freedom1973 » Thu Dec 13, 2018 8:09 pm

bangbangping wrote:
Freedom1973 wrote:What a cool project.
It is. And some serious machining skills when you can start out with a Model 7 and end up with a Nucleus. :lol:
Guess I need a shop and some serious machining skills. LOL!

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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by lawboy » Sat Jan 12, 2019 12:45 am

lawboy wrote:Neat project. Be sure that this was not a rifle receiver. The fact that it was bare does not mean that it was not registered by Remington with ATF as a rifle receiver when Remington accounted for it in its production report to ATF. That report is what determines rifle, pistol, firearm or other. The fact that it was a new bare receiver is meaningless. Just looking out for you.
He speaks the truth. You need factory records to know.

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Re: A different kind of 300 Blackout pistol

Post by Dolomite_Supafly » Sat Jan 12, 2019 1:10 am

lawboy wrote:
lawboy wrote:Neat project. Be sure that this was not a rifle receiver. The fact that it was bare does not mean that it was not registered by Remington with ATF as a rifle receiver when Remington accounted for it in its production report to ATF. That report is what determines rifle, pistol, firearm or other. The fact that it was a new bare receiver is meaningless. Just looking out for you.
He speaks the truth. You need factory records to know.
The Nucleus is and was made and transferred as a receiver. It was never been a rifle before I built it into a pistol.

I am full aware of the laws surrounding all of this.

I no longer have the Remington receiver but it too was sold as a new receiver, that transferred as a receiver. They were sold by a MAJOR online retailer as receivers and not stripped down rifle receivers.
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