Tyler sent us a photo of his first NFA gun and suppressor. He writes …

This picture represents my first trek into the NFA world.

The lower receiver is Bravo Company Mfg., with a BCM gunfighter Mod 3 reduced angle pistol grip. The lower has a B5 Systems SOPMOD BRAVO stock and a Geissele G2S trigger.

The upper receiver is an Advanced Armament Corp. 12.5″ 300 Blackout, that came with a nickel boron bolt carrier and a Knights Armament 10.75″ URX 3.1 rail. The sights are Troy M4 style BUIS.

The suppressor is actually a SilencerCo Octane 9 HD pistol suppressor with a fixed mount.

I have really enjoyed shooting subsonic 300 BLK out of this rifle, and it is awfully quiet with Hornady AMAX 208gr hand-loads. The Geissele trigger is crisp and the pistol silencer and irons keeps it pretty light overall. I would definitely recommend all of the above for anyone wanting to begin stamp collecting, and the silencer works just as well on my Glock 9mm pistol saving another purchase.

Thanks Tyler, thats a great looking setup.



  • JumpIf NotZero

    Look good, time for an optic 😉

  • BS

    That is a good looking build. I built an all FDE gun and I actually think I like the black parts for the upper/lower/barrel.
    If anyone wants to get into the NFA world and plans to shoot 300 subs, save some money and time (35 days for approval) and build (Form 1) a suppressor. I barely formed my baffles and it’s stupid quiet from an 8.2″ barrel.

  • DAN V.

    Damn magpul y u no match?!

    • JumpIf NotZero

      You’re joking right? There is only one magpul tan part one that gun.

      • DAN V.

        The two other companies had no problem matching. Magpul isnt on the same page. When you assume, you ….