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Javelin
06-17-2011, 11:44
Well it's been what... forever since I last logged into GT. Been spending my time enjoying myself (and working out/exercising 2-3 hrs/day for the last 11 months). I have to say I am better for it instead of sitting in front of a computer BS'ing.

So I finally received my new Noveske 300 AAC Blackout a few months back and I thought I would post some pics as it is a relatively new and very exciting development in urban warfare as it brings two very alluring qualities to the table. The first being that it is an extremely accurate and versatile round (~.75 MOA). With the vast bullet selection of the 30 caliber assortment this round can push punishing ballistics beyond that of the 5.56, 6.8, and 7.62x39. Here is more info for you die hard number crunchers (http://www.300aacblackout.com/).

The second quality that makes this firearm attractive in terms of an SPR build is that it can be made extremely quiet. With Remington 220gr. ammo the firearm shoots very subsonic speeds but still capable of accuracy out to 300m which is very alluring. With a firearm report can be likened to that of a suppressed 9mm and this is nothing short of amazing in terms of CQB/CQM urban warfare that I am sure .mil and .gov organizations will take full advantage of in cases where stealth, speed, and security are all of highest priorities.

So after long & careful consideration opted for a 10" SBR Noveske. This is not my first AR and having had dozens by various makers I have found Noveske Rifle Works to be top-notch superior in accuracy, fit, quality, and finish. For optics I chose a Trijicon Accupoint 4x variable power scope mounted with American Defense scope mount. For suppression I chose the AAC 762SD Silencer. There are other options out there for someone wanting to build the perfect SPR rifle and that is what makes SPR rifles so unique is that you can customize them exactly to what you want.

So without further delay.... here is my new rifle from Noveske Rifle Works (www.noveskerifleworks.com):

http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/8522/edited1box.jpg
"The Cardboard Box"

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Remington .300 AAC Blackout 220gr. fresh out of the case

Noveske SPR/SBR .300 AAC Blackout:

http://img232.imageshack.us/img232/2328/edited4noveskeleftside.jpg

http://img801.imageshack.us/img801/4216/edited2noveskesideview.jpg

http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/2849/edited3bullets.jpg
5.56 62gr (Top) .300 AAC Blackout 220 gr. (Bottom)

Javelin
06-17-2011, 11:46
http://img34.imageshack.us/img34/4362/edited3novesketwins.jpg
Noveske SPR/SBR .300 AAC Blackout
Noveske SBR 300 AAC Blackout w/ AAC 7.62 Suppressor & Noveske 5.56 SBR w/ AAC M4-2000 mod 08 Suppressor

http://img534.imageshack.us/img534/1086/edited3b1noveskeshotgun.jpg
Length comparison with a 18" Remington Tactical 870 12-gauge

http://img535.imageshack.us/img535/2439/edited4noveskebag.jpg
Pure sex appeal

It also makes for a great living room decoration...
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/9027/1novesketv.jpg


Hope you enjoyed my review :wavey:

bmoore
06-17-2011, 11:54
That is very fine weapon you have there, well done. 220grns out of a very compact platform. Impressive.

Javelin
06-17-2011, 12:02
^^ Thanks bmoore! I really enjoy this little gun a lot as it is very capable. Definitely one of the more fun & interesting ones out there at the moment.

:wavey:

Airborne Infantryman
06-17-2011, 12:09
Nice weapon! Looks great! The CIB looks good too....:wavey:

pag23
06-17-2011, 12:11
Very very nice....

eracer
06-17-2011, 12:21
My Noveske 8" .300 BLK upper is sad and lonely. It waits patiently for its Certificate of Birth from the ATF.

Beautiful rifle. Thanks for posting.

JBnTX
06-17-2011, 12:28
What does the term "Blackout" mean?
Is that just a name?

bmoore
06-17-2011, 12:33
So am i correct with my findings that the 220grn will be moving at around 1,000fps and the 125grn will be around 2200fps?

BlackPaladin
06-17-2011, 13:03
That looks great! I am leaning towards a supersonic build for myself now.

faawrenchbndr
06-17-2011, 14:08
Nice,.......:thumbsup:

Javelin
06-17-2011, 14:23
So am i correct with my findings that the 220grn will be moving at around 1,000fps and the 125grn will be around 2200fps?

I believe so. I have not shot the 125gr. as I am pretty much just interested in shooting subsonic but I do know of at least one person that has done some big game hunting with the 125 gr and did pretty well with it on his elk hunting trip.

I would like to go elk hunting myself as it would still suppress pretty well .... just be a little louder than using 220gr. :supergrin:

12131
06-17-2011, 15:49
Hey Javelin! Long time no see.:wavey: I was just wondering what happened to you the other day. Glad you've been doing great, staying away from the BS'ing and the pissing matches around here.:supergrin:

Another very fine AR you got. Congrats!:cool:

racer88
06-17-2011, 16:11
It also makes for a great living room decoration...
http://img121.imageshack.us/img121/9027/1novesketv.jpg



That is awesome! But, I dare suggest you must be a single man! LOL! :whistling:

eracer
06-17-2011, 16:14
That is awesome! But, I dare suggest you must be a single man! LOL! :whistling:Hahahaha....:rofl:
QFT...QFT

Javelin
06-17-2011, 17:15
Hey Javelin! Long time no see.:wavey: I was just wondering what happened to you the other day. Glad you've been doing great, staying away from the BS'ing and the pissing matches around here.:supergrin:

Another very fine AR you got. Congrats!:cool:

Hey 12131! How are things down in Houston? I need to come visit one of these days. Maybe we go fishing.

:wavey:

Javelin
06-17-2011, 17:30
Nice weapon! Looks great! The CIB looks good too....:wavey:

:thumbsup:

cooden
06-17-2011, 17:33
That is beautiful! If I didn't live in NYS, I would pay for that tax stamp and get myself one of those. Very jealous!!!!!

Minnow
06-17-2011, 18:15
Very nice. I'm toying with the idea of getting a Noveske 6.8 for pig/deer. I will have to inquire more into this blackout cartridge before ordering.

Hoser
06-17-2011, 20:26
Very cool.

You will enjoy it a ton.

12131
06-18-2011, 03:17
Hey 12131! How are things down in Houston?
HOT!
I need to come visit one of these days. Maybe we go fishing.

:wavey:
COOL!

:wavey:

supermanct
06-18-2011, 04:03
It was all good till I saw the Army gear!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just messing, Awsome pics Remington Express ammo is some of the best .

Spiffums
06-18-2011, 05:29
Good looking sticks Bro!

G23Adam
06-18-2011, 06:29
Looks great! My Noveske 300 BLK barrel will be here next Friday!

mjkeat
06-18-2011, 07:17
Very nice build.

Javelin
06-18-2011, 07:53
Good looking sticks Bro!

Hey Spiffums! What's new man?!

:wavey:

Javelin
06-18-2011, 07:55
Looks great! My Noveske 300 BLK barrel will be here next Friday!

Sweet! We should start a 300 AAC BLK Forum. Haha. :supergrin:

mjkeat
06-18-2011, 08:51
Sweet! We should start a 300 AAC BLK Forum. Haha. :supergrin:

If you include other manufacturers of the 300BLK I'll joing in :)

Hoser
06-18-2011, 10:10
http://www.quarterbore.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=27

mjkeat
06-18-2011, 10:50
And there you have it.

mixflip
06-18-2011, 11:41
Sweet gun! And even sweeter old school XBOX!

RMTactical
06-18-2011, 12:01
Very nice!!

DustyJacket
06-18-2011, 13:15
Does the 300 blk stay subsonic with a 16.25" barrel?

I would like one to go with my Sandstorm but don't want to do an SBR.

And I already have an AR pistol (9mm), so don't need another.

stmcelroy
06-19-2011, 00:07
Does the 300 blk stay subsonic with a 16.25" barrel?

I would like one to go with my Sandstorm but don't want to do an SBR.

And I already have an AR pistol (9mm), so don't need another.


Yes, but elevation and other variables can mess with it.

Want a SBR so bad, but not allowed in Washington.

Trying to decide if It's worth going with 300blk in a 16" barrel.

BobbyT
06-19-2011, 00:30
The pictures started out ok, but...

1. Your shotgun needs a suppressor to match the rest.
2. Is that an original Xbox?

G23Adam
06-19-2011, 14:58
Sweet! We should start a 300 AAC BLK Forum. Haha. :supergrin:

Yea, I'm jonesing for my barrel!! This is all UPS has to say:

Departed - Grants Pass, OR, United States, Friday, 06/17/2011

rsilvers
06-19-2011, 22:28
Yes, the subsonic is subsonic in a 16 inch barrel.

Here is an FAQ I am working on:

http://www.silencertalk.com/forum3/viewtopic.php?f=128&t=73274

Javelin
06-19-2011, 23:15
Sweet gun! And even sweeter old school XBOX!

Thanks! I enjoy playing the original HALO on xbox... only video game I really ever play.

:embarassed:

Javelin
06-19-2011, 23:16
Yes, the subsonic is subsonic in a 16 inch barrel.

Here is an FAQ I am working on:

http://www.silencertalk.com/forum3/viewtopic.php?f=128&t=73274

Wow.... Robert Silvers in one of my threads on GT?

Awesome :cool:

DustyJacket
06-20-2011, 03:02
Yes, the subsonic is subsonic in a 16 inch barrel.

Here is an FAQ I am working on:

http://www.silencertalk.com/forum3/viewtopic.php?f=128&t=73274

Thanks.

I am contemplating either an AR w/16" barrel or a bolt gun.
Not a huge fan of suppressed semi-autos. (Other than my 9mm that is)

White Buffalo
06-20-2011, 07:02
when ammo becomes more available, I'll be jumping on this bandwagon. nice rigs, javelin.

Hoser
06-20-2011, 07:38
when ammo becomes more available, I'll be jumping on this bandwagon. nice rigs, javelin.

The 300 WTF is a very easy and cheap round to reload.

G23Adam
06-20-2011, 08:01
Wow.... Robert Silvers in one of my threads on GT?

Awesome :cool:


And you have it directly from THE man who would know :)

White Buffalo
06-20-2011, 08:08
The 300 WTF is a very easy and cheap round to reload.

yeah, I know. between a full time job, wife, two kids and riding with my club, I really just don't have the time to reload unfortunately.

Deployment Solu
06-20-2011, 08:11
I love mine!! 9" barrel, 12 FF YHMT Hand guard, YHMT Phantom can (just sticks out of the railed handguard a few inches). Even at super sonic, it is not much louder than a .22 when it is suppressed!!!!!! I'll take 220 gr over 55gr for my HD rifle everyday of the week!!!

Javelin
06-20-2011, 09:33
I love mine!! 9" barrel, 12 FF YHMT Hand guard, YHMT Phantom can (just sticks out of the railed handguard a few inches). Even at super sonic, it is not much louder than a .22 when it is suppressed!!!!!! I'll take 220 gr over 55gr for my HD rifle everyday of the week!!!

I am right there with you. After playing with this platform some I am really beginning to become a complete convert and am kicking around the idea of an 8" 300 BLK just for CQB w/ 125gr. ammo. The sheer power of this round is nothing short of amazing in a small package - and no need to finagle with new & different magazines as the 5.56 Pmags work flawlessly.

Though on a side note I have found that I like the way the 300 BLK seats in the FN Pmags due to the follower and mag design. No real reason - I just like the way that the huge 220gr bullet seats in the magazine body as it is slightly different shape than the regular 5.56. That is my side-note though.

:wavey:

Deployment Solu
06-20-2011, 09:59
I am running 220 gr Sierra Match Kings(yes, I do load some smaller bullets too!) and the fit flawlessly in my 30 and 20 rd P-Mags!! If I run out of 300 BO loaded rounds, I'll just slap my 5.56 uppers back on and away we go!! It is da Bomb!!

rsilvers
06-20-2011, 14:50
Rem has two types of 125 grain ammo nearing release. One is Premiere Match with a custom Sierra bullet that fills the magazine. The other is an AccuTip with a plastic tipped bullet that was custom designed for to expand optimally from a 9 inch barrel at close CQB ranges, or a 16 inch barrel at longer hunting ranges. These are both premium loads. The low cost ammo is still not done but is going full force and will be out soon enough. Then there are two more loads in the works after those three.

Navitimer
06-20-2011, 22:37
Just one word...awesome!!! Nice job!

mjkeat
06-20-2011, 22:45
I really like my .300BLK but shy away from getting it out much. It'll be nice when the fmj hits the shelves.

Gribble
06-21-2011, 06:50
Bad ass! :cool:

Javelin
06-27-2011, 14:20
Forgot all about my post here! Haha. Thanks for all the kind words. So far this little firearm has been a dream to shoot. I put on a new Ergo grip this week and I think I am calling her a done deal.

Now to start on my next creation... the 8" version 300 AAC Blackout... Mwahahaha.

;)

steve1911
06-27-2011, 23:59
Very nice stick.



1911club#410

Javelin
07-10-2011, 23:45
Ok just a quick update. I have totally fallen in love with this platform and am going to add another 300 blackout to my stable... just this time I want one with 7.5 or 8" barrel... I cannot stress how functional and versatile the 300 aac blackout really is. It has quickly become my favorite round. Much more so than the 5.56 or 6.8 as the suppressability & overall sub MOA accuracy combined with flawless reliability from Noveske makes it an awesome platform choice for any possible situation.

So I guess my advice is that it you are sitting on the fence of getting one of these rifles I would not hesitate as you won't be dissappointed to say the least. :-)

AK_Stick
07-11-2011, 01:55
Very interested in a 300..... Have to see about getting some ammo in AK.

While the numbers on paper look nice, I have to admit, I'm a bit wary, can't help but wonder if it will turn out like the 6.8.....

Wish they made an 18 inch tube for it.

Javelin
07-11-2011, 16:13
Very interested in a 300..... Have to see about getting some ammo in AK.

While the numbers on paper look nice, I have to admit, I'm a bit wary, can't help but wonder if it will turn out like the 6.8.....

Wish they made an 18 inch tube for it.

I agree I was a little apprehensive too because it is a new caliber but what makes me love it is that it essentially uses 5.56 casings and 7.62 lead.

The 6.8 is a great round but the mags did it in whereas the 300 bblackout uses regular gi & mapul mags with no issues. I really like that. I still think folks are working on a proper 6.8 magazine so maybe there is still hope for 6.8 yet but for now I really believe the 300 is going to be a real staple and here to stay in the evolving ar platform.

:-)