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Submitted By: Nathan P. On 02/05/2014
I've had the Micro 7 for a few months now and must say this is a fun rifle. The only problem I've run into is the action is a little overdosed for 300 blackout, and the extra space can lead to feeding problems on round nosed bullets. AR platforms in 300 aac can't even shoot round-nosed so you are still getting a bonus instead of a gripe. Also the extra space allows you to get into and fix any problems that may arise. A truly great rifle especially considering there aren't many bolt actions in this caliber with threads just crying for a can to be placed on 'em. Hinterland was great & I will be ordering from them again soon. Hope this helped.
[5 of 5 Stars]
Submitted By: dave m. On 08/26/2013
I wish I knew what the barrel 's rate of twist was. Maybe I'm going blind, but I didn't see it in the specs. I've found that 360 degrees in 7" (e.g. Mossberg, Novesky) is a much better spin rate than 360' per 8". Ideally I'd like to find a production rifle with a gain or progressive twist that leads to 1 rotation every 7" since -especially with supersonic ammo- going from no spin at all to a spin that IMHO is still excessive even on a .224 diameter slug; which, because of the shorter radius, ergo circumference, is a lot less distance to cover in therms of travel via rotation in the same amount of linear distance. Therefore, one spin per 8" or 7" with 7.62/.308 diameter slugs is a lot of torque to impart on both the rifling and the Projectile's exterior when imparted immediately, in both time and distance. Still, I must say, that having been introduced from an AR platform to the 300 Blackout (I still don't know why AAC is often conjoined, or in lieu of the ammo's real name.) It is nice to not have to worry about cycling issues, especially when rounds are changed from subsonic to hypersonic; And whether you are shooting with or without a suppressor. I think despite the initially intended action to use the 300 BLK, a bolt action is definitely the way to go and with much less headache. Kudos to Hinterland for carrying this with such good service and prices, and also to AA for giving me a rest from worrying about the headaches of barrel length gas port diameter and distance from the breech and muzzle, ammo selection powder selection, what goes on the muzzle threads, and how that effects back pressure blah, blah, blah. Using it in an AR is more of a puzzle than it is just plain fun. And with this easy-to-pack baby it's nothing but fun suppressed or not, with whatever you want to feed it as long as it's the right cartridge and either factory or safely made hand loads (With respect to safe pressure, proper head-spacing/length etc.). Other than that, this carbine doesn't care about what is put on the barrel or what is put through it. It eats it all up like a billy goat and spits it out like a bulimic*. You can't have much more fun with a gun than you can with this one.
*(Clarification) When making the analogy in this sentence, I wished no offense toward any billy goat(s) either jointly or severally. I intended no perpetuation of any negative stereotypes to such fine mammals. The extreme prejudice displayed in these animals' herbaceous diet, is responsible for the manageable amount of noxious weeds and thorny plants we are able to enjoy in the outdoors; And I'd like to offer a "Thank you," from me, to all you billy goats.
[5 of 5 Stars]