Description

The Omni-Hybrid MAXX 300 AAC Blackout features a MLOK rail, fully-patented metal reinforced polymer upper receiver along with a fully-patented metal reinforced polymer lower receiver. The Omni Hybrid lower features a patented hammer and trigger pin retainment system, preventing movement from the hammer and trigger pin during firing. The Omni Hybrid also featured American Tacticals patented over-molded metal insert, which reinforces the buffer tube housing and rear takedown pin. This allows for metal-on-metal contact with both the buffer tube as well as the rear takedown pin thus increasing strength and durability from recoil and consistent firing.

Firearm Specifications
Manufacturer: American Tactical Imports
Model: Omni Hybrid Maxx
Caliber: 300 AAC Blackout
Barrel Length: 16"
Rail: 15" MLOK
Stock: 6-Position Collapsible Stock
Capacity: 30 Rounds
Weight: 6.25 lbs.
Barrel Twist Rate: 1:8"
Other Features: Collapsible Stock

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Poly lowers are no problem it’s the poly upper that’s a no go ! If u just plink a mag or 2 it’s fine but if u shoot 100 or more rounds rapidly make sure u get that shit on film so we can all laugh at it on utube

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The price is great, it's the product that blows goat nads.
The only way to get into ARs is to build one.
You can easily purchase every part imaginable and get exactly what you want, for the prices you're willing to pay.
It also gives you a much better understanding of the weapon and it'll be a source of pride to you personally.
There's about 15 kajillion websites that will have step by step instructions, you don't need much in the way of fancy tools (seriously a 20$ armorers wrench and a few screwdrivers will get you thru everything, you really don't *need* the torque wrench if you know tightening by feel).
I can close my eyes and feel the difference between 50 and 60 ft lbs. torque, but I've turned thousands of different wrenches in my day.....use discretion in respect to your own skillset here.
Don't buy this rifle for a first, get a reasonably named brand, don't skimp too badly, and make the first one something you don't have to be chasing different problems with.
Shooting is supposed to be fun, or to save your life.....not pulling your hair out chasing down why it jams all the time.

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new to AR world. Can someone share their opinion if this is good for 1st AR and if the price is good?

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Spend $500 - 600 and get a S&W MP sport II. Probably the best 'entry' level AR out there. Learn from there.

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This is an OK 1st AR, but a polymer UPPER is asking for trouble.

A lot of the comments against polymer LOWERS are usually unfounded, some arguments in favor of polymer lowers are that: they can be left in the ground/water and won't decay for the next 150,000 years, they perform better under tension and under compression, and ultimately serve the same purpose. Look for the TNArms Company videos running over their lowers with pick-up trucks, good luck doing that with aluminum.

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If you are just started and feels okay to spend little more, Smith &Wesson Or Ruger. Get 5.56/.223. Not .300, unless that’s what you want.

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It’s a cheaper brand. Some people don’t like it that much or think it’s dependable cause poly lower.

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Dude, they've literally caught fire. One should really consider spending and extra $100 for an ar that doesn't combust.

Also, 300blk is fun af to shoot. Pricey, unless you're reloading. If you're range requirement is less than 200yds, it's by far the better round for stopping power.

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Poly lower AND poly upper.
Eww, plastic.

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