Harrington & Richardson, in cooperation with AAC, is now producing a Handi Rifle chambered in .300 AAC BLK. This is probably the cheapest way to get into the .300 AAC BLK game.
New in the product lineup for 2012 is the Harrington and Richardson Handi-Rifle chambered in 300 AAC Blackout. This rugged, optics-ready break action single shot has been configured for silencer use with 5/8 -24 muzzle threads and includes a Picatinny scope rail and has no iron sights. The light-weight profile 16.1 inch barrel has a 1/7 twist to deliver accurate shots with high performance hunting ammunition and heavy subsonic rounds from Remington, Barnes, and numerous other makers. The phosphated steel action and barrel are complimented by the compact and lightweight black, super-tough, high-density polymer stock and fore-end. All models are equipped with the H&R Transfer Bar System that makes the Handi-Rifle one of the safest single-shot rifle platforms in the world today.
|Caliber||.300 AAC Blackout|
|Finish||Black phosphate finish|
|Twist||1:7 twist (compatible with most bullets from 110 to 240 grains)|
|Other Features||Threaded 5/8-24.|
|MSRP (Price)||Not yet announced.|
The MSRP is $359.95.
H&R is owned by Marlin. Both Marlin and AAC are subsidiaries of Remington.
[ Many thanks to Woodroez for emailing us the tip. ]