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Get This – .300 Blk Krink Collab Between Rifle Dynamics and SilencerCo

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That’s right, Rifle Dynamics and SilencerCo have come together to offer a Krink in .300 Blackout. What with the 7.62 x 39, you might wonder why even bother. According to RD’s Billy Cho, the decision was made in order to utilize subsonic ammo along with SilencerCo’s suppressor.

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They’re staying mum about where the barrels came from but they will share that they are 1/7 twist. 9.25 inch barrel.

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Cho also related that they aren’t over gassing these guns. They are optimized for use with suppressors and won’t cycle unsuppressed with subsonic ammo.

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Right now these are being produced as a limited run of 25 as a package deal with Silencerco. But, Cho went on to say, “We will also be releasing a batch of suppressor optimized 7.62 and 5.45 guns that are basically our 700/500 series guns. Which are currently the ideal way to run suppressed.”

You can see samples of most of Rifle Dunamics’ guns they are doing with SilencerCo at their booth during SHOT show. This includes the Saiga 12 “cho-gun” RD built for SilencerCo’s Salvo12 suppressor and the new Vepr12/Saiga12 Salvo adapter.

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9 Responses to “Get This – .300 Blk Krink Collab Between Rifle Dynamics and SilencerCo”

  1. Bushman says:

    Even Russians already got rid of diarrhea-colored phenol-formaldehyde plastic, why here in US people still simulating it and even making it brighter yellow? Let’s put some blue PVC electrical tape on magazine then.

  2. Cheshire Cat says:

    That is lighting on light colored wood you blind fool.

  3. Mike Burns says:

    I would love to own a AK, and this one is looking pretty sweet! I think I seen my name on it. Ha Nice weapon.

  4. Garrett says:

    Which round is the better option to suppress between the 7.62×39 and 5.45?

  5. Toby says:

    Had this idea years ago and was trying to explore the ability to build but never got an answer on the barrel and if the bullet guide should be from a 5.56 or 7.62 given the neck. Though I did not try very hard either. Nice to see it is coming to light as a production item. Everything the 7.62×39 should be but is not. This will be great. Well played.

    • salty says:

      this will be super duper expensive. prob an easy 3k not even counting the tax stamps and suppressor…save yourelves 2500 and just build an ar pistol… DEEEEEERRRRRRPPP!

  6. Chip says:

    I’d love to see a line of .300’s straight up from these guys!