[NRAAM 2023] The New CETME-L in .300 Blackout

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New for 2023, MarColMar is introducing a variant of the CETME-L in .300 Blackout. In this video, Hop stops by the MarColMar booth at NRAAM 2023 to check it out. This is one of the vanishingly few roller delay guns in .300 BLK, however, there are some quirks to suppressing roller guns to consider.

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  • T243 T243 on Apr 17, 2023

    $1350 for some original spanisch parts CETME sounds pretty good to me!
    Paired with this charismatic "employee" I would feel pretty good with
    them.

  • Disqus_PKNI83ItVC Disqus_PKNI83ItVC on Apr 19, 2023

    I had one in 5.56, it was finicky on mags, very difficult to disassemble, heavy, pretty accurate for the type. Would not recommend.

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