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The BN36 Long Range Assassin was driven by the thought of recreating the M1 Garand, and revamping it into an AR style rifle. The dream was brought to life by Noreen in 2012 with early prototypes. The BN36 on the market today is a refined model of the original version, and will meet and exceed your expectations.
|Chambering||30-06 Springfield, 270 Winchester, 25-06 Remington, 300 Winchester Mag,
7mm Remington Mag
|Operation||Direct Gas Impingement, Side Charging Semi Automatic|
|Magazine||20 rd. (300 Win 10rd)|
|Muzzle Brake||Noreen Design, 5/8-24|
Posted by John Gentry on 8th Nov 2016
I have the BN36 Long range assassin in .30-06 and absolutely love the gun. The build is top rate and the quality is superb. I have about 180 rounds through it at this point and have no issues what so ever. I primarily shoot 180 grns. through it and the accuracy is excellent. I live in the great state of Alaska and have fired this gun in some pretty cold temperatures and have had no issues with that either. Some semi- autos don't work too well in the extreme cold but it hasn't been a problem. It is a little heavy to carry hunting, but it certainly has no problem knocking down bear or moose. Great gun and a lot of fun to shoot! Very kick butt!
Posted by Jimmy Partin on 17th Aug 2016
The rifle is professionally crafted, solid components and looks great. I've only had time to fire a few rounds, but I'm satisfied thus far. I highly recommend this rifle.
Posted by jarhead0351 on 14th Jul 2015
Bought an early model BN36. I have now Fired @700 rnds through it. With factory federal Hunting ammo I am getting .50 -1.0 moa groups. With 168 grain HPBT match Hornady hand loads I am getting consistant .25 - .50 moa. Once the barrel finishes breaking in I expect to do better as long as I do my job right. The only complaint I have is that a couple of things rattled loose during the first 50 rnds. There have been some complaints on the web about brass being chewed up. My experience has been adjust, adjust, and fine tune the gas port. Don't be in a hurry and stick to one type and weight of ammo. You will get rid of those marred cases as it is a timing issue that's causing them.. Keep in mind all auto loaders will leave marks of some kind on the spent cases, always have always will. These normal dings will polish out in the reloading process. Make sure you put a high quality optics on the weapon never expect a 50.00 scope to perform like a 1500.00 scope etc, etc.