I have a friend who is suffering from cancer and needs to raise some money. He has offered to sell me his .300 AAC Blackout (right in the picture above) for $900. This would be my first venture into this type of weapon and admittedly, I have much to learn about them. I do know the ammo is expensive but I would not shoot this very often. Also, I can change the upper receiver assembly in the future and use a more reasonably priced round. My primary thought is whether it is a good deal because 1) I want to help my friend if I can and 2) it might make a nice addition to my expanding collection.
Would love to hear the opinions of gentlemen on this forum with more expertise in this area. Here is what I can tell you about the weapon.
- .300 AAC blackout
- Less than 100 rounds fired through it
- Aero Precision upper
- Anderson Mfg lower
- Yankee Hill free floated quad rail
- Palmetto State Armory lower parts kit
- BCM charging handle w/ extended release
- MaTech adjustable rear sight
- UTG front sight
- 20 + 30 round PMag included
- A2 style stock.
Many thanks in advance.
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