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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||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 Unknown on 6th Dec 2016
This gun is awesome! This 300 Win Mag shoots softer than my SW MP10 with a limbsaver attached to it. It is also very light and pretty easy to handle. Would have loved to carry this bad boy on patrols in Iraq. Yes this gun is that light! I think a soldier could easily do walking patrols with full gear minus round count. The rifle comes in a hard cheap case like the MP10. The handguard looks huge when you compare it to the barrel but it actually fits nice in my very small hands. You will love how the muzzle brake turns heads and clears benches around your gun when shooting. Also, it has a beautiful trigger. I have the Geissele G2S and SD-C triggers but this Noreen trigger takes them all, especially at $150. I will be upgrading my MP10 trigger to this one soon. Completive shooters at the range also tried the rifle and they all loved the trigger and the rifle as a whole. I could see they were all jealous that they couldn't get this rifle anymore in California. I know reviews for Noreen rifles is hard to come by but I definitely do not regret this purchase. And where you going to find an 1 moa 300 win mag semi under 3k? I might need to move out of state just to purchase another one.