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Blackout Defense MK2 The AR You Didn't Know You Wanted Until Now

Tactical Considerations
Published on 31 Aug 2021 / In Firearms

Blackout Defense has released the Quantum 2 in 13.9 and 16 inch variants. Its packed with options from a Blackout 3 or 4.5 pound drop Zero reset trigger, C158 bolt and a 416R stainless steel barrel. The barrels are midlength gas systems and specifically made to run suppressors with a carbine buffer reliably but you can run a heavier buffer if you desire. The recoil was far less than some other high end branded rifles on the market the trigger is nothing short of fantastic. It ran all ammo types from 55 grain to steel with no issues.

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