Need an affordable rifle? Love you some 300 Blackout ammo? Is your name Leghorn? Strike that last one. AAC showed a prototype of an H&R Handi Rifle chambered in 300 BLK about a year ago. Now it’s the real deal. Since the sneak peak, they’ve dropped the iron sights and added a length of rail. But it’s still a single shot break-open gun with a 16″ barrel. Perfect for keeping in the truck for when that stray elk wanders across the road on your way home. Or something like that. Press release after the jump.
Lawrenceville, GA – Advanced Armament Corp., LLC (“AAC”) is proud to announce an economical option for 300 AAC BLK enthusiasts – The AAC Handi-Rifle chambered in 300 AAC BLK.
For many years, the Handi-Rifle has been the single-shot choice for of the accomplished and self-assured hunter that takes pride in their marksmanship. The AAC Handi-Rifle honors that choice with an impeccable blend of simplicity, reliability and accuracy.
The ACC Handi-Rifle features a phosphate finish on a lightweight-profile 1:7-inch twist, 16-inch barrel. The barrel comes threaded in 5/8”×24 TPI with a thread protector and is ready to accept any variety of muzzle attachments or suppressors. A Picatinny rail on the receiver allows the mounting of any optic. The AAC Handi-Rifle features a black, glass-filled polymer stock and retails for $359.
AAC Handi-Rifle Specifications (Manufacturer Part Number 102602):
- Caliber: 300 AAC Blackout (7.62x35mm)
- Barrel Length: 16”
- Twist: 1:7
- Muzzle Thread: 5/8”-24
- Stock: Glass-filled polymer, black matte finish, swivel studs, recoil pad
- Action: Single shot
- Sights: Scope mount rail, no iron sights
- Length: 30”
- Length of Pull: 11.75”
- MSRP: $359