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Old July 12, 2012, 01:29 PM   #1
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Black Rain 7.5" pistol

I recently acquired a black rain 7.5" pistol. I had a bushnell t-dot laying around and put it on. It has a SS Wylde chamber barrel with kx3 muzzle device. I couldn't be more pleased with this thing. I tried to get a failure of some sort and got nothing. I shot 500 rounds the first time out. I shot to 100 yards and got pretty good accuracy with it. I'm thinking of going to a 10.5" barrel for better accuracy. If this should have been posted in the pistol section I apologize. Photos will be added soon.
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Old July 12, 2012, 05:27 PM   #2
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BRO makes good products. Get those pics up.
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Old July 12, 2012, 09:37 PM   #3
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nice looking upper...

I have an Olympic Arms OA93 Pistol; really different. No buffer tube, a recoil spring mechanism on top, ala a Thompson.

it looks good with a Beta C Magazine as well!

7075 T6 Aluminum Forged Receivers Machined By Olympic Arms
Receiver Finish Black Matte Anodized Receivers, Parkerized Steel Parts
Action Gas Operated Semi-automatic Action
Upper Type OA Operations flat top
Front Sight None
Handguard Free floating aluminum tube w/ knurled surface
Barrel 6.5", button rifled, 416 stainless steel
Chambering 5.56 NATO
Bore Long-life non-chromed bore
Twist Rate 1x7
Muzzle Phantom flash suppressor
Stock None
Length 17"
Weight 4.46 lbs
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