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The ARX100 was engineered with one purpose in mind: to be today’s best tactical semiauto rifle. It takes the concept of a modular rifle to futuristic levels, while maintaining an absolutely simple operation that make it ultra-reliable. With ambidextrous controls, easily-replaceable barrel and virtually endless possibilities for customization and accessorization, the ARX100 is adaptable to any firing scenario and is perfect for today’s most demanding tactical shooter.
This rifle was designed to be completely ambidextrous, and all the critical controls on it may be operated right- or left-handed. These include the 2-position safety, the magazine release, the bolt release and charging handle and the case-ejection selector, which determines whether spent brass is ejected to the right or left. The flip-up backup sights that come standard on the ARX100 are also versatile, offering an easily-adjustable diopter system ranged from 100 to 800 yards. The barrel is also easily replaceable in seconds, making is possible to use different lengths and calibers without any tools required. Lastly, the folding stock is adjustable for length of pull at the touch of a button, using a simple and rugged telescopic construction.
The possibilities for accessorization on the ARX100 are limited only by the user’s imagination. It comes out of the box with a full-length Picatinny rail on top, which is perfect for attaching a variety of optics and other sighting systems. It also has Picatinny rails on both sides of and under the fore-end, which offer countless possibilities for easily adding lighting systems and other tactical devices.
Specifications
Action Type: Short-stroke gas-piston-operated, semi-automatic
Caliber: 5.56 NATO
Capacity: 30 rounds
Upper Receiver: Matte-black polymer with integral buttstock and fore-end
Lower Receiver: Matte-black polymer with integral pistol grip
Barrel: 10 inches; cold-hammer-forged steel
Rifling: 4 grooves; 1:7-inch RH twist
Sights: Polymer folding; rotating rear aperture with five settings, windage- and elevation-adjustable front post
Trigger Pull Weight: 5 pounds, 7 ounces
Stock: Side-folding, four-position collapsible
Length: 27 to 31 inches with stock deployed; 20 inches with stock folded
Weight: 6 pounds, 13 ounces
Accessories: 30-round magazine, manual
SKU#: ARX10010

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This gun looks better with the 10" barrel instead of the 16"- of course that isn't saying much

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Picked one up a few weeks back for 1050 i couldn't pass up a factory piston 6 pound SBR.... lets just see how long it sits in ATF jail. Botach was good with the transaction, I know people have had issues in the past but I've probably placed 25 orders over the last 2 years with zero issues.

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By "picked up" do you actually mean that you placed an order? Are you an LEO or not. I placed an order and had my Class 3 FFL send in his info. After a month they told me these are for LEO's only, but they could get me one for more $. How have they been good with the transaction? If they now how their act together, then I'm willing to give it another shot. Details please!

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Yes your right my class 3 dealer sent his paperwork and after 3 weeks of nothing I canceled the order and got a brown Mk18 from another place instead.

Ive placed around 30 orders from botach of various accessories over the past 2 years with zero issues but clearly their firearms department is another story.

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I waited for over a month on the carbine version and was never notified that it went on backorder. I called to check status after 3 weeks and was informed that it was was on backorder, there was a truck on the way and that the order should be filled in the next week. When I asked how many were coming and how many orders there were, and where I was on the line, they had no idea. This was after they had already charged my CC. It was not an authorization. It was in fact a charge. I requested a cancellation and two weeks later it wasn't reversed. I called again and after the 7th week it was finally reversed. FUCK these guys. There's no other way to put it.

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A company can not charge your credit card until the product is ready for shipping, they can put a hold on the amount, but not take the money until it's ready to go out the door.

If they are that slow which I have not reason not to believe, it gives the buyer of this SBR enough time to get their tax stamp from ATF processed so the FFL can release the SBR to them.

Whom ever posted this ad and the person who updated it is clueless about NFA firearm laws, they should state it's an SBR in the ad and clearly state you have to an approved form 1 and use a FFL that is allowed to transfer a SBR.

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While you are correct that a company is not allowed by their credit card agreement to charge a credit card more than three days prior to shipment, the tax stamp information you posted is incorrect. Since these are factory built SBR's, they will actually transfer on a Form 4, not a Form 1. A Form 1 is used if you are the "Maker" of an NFA firearm. If an NFA firearms has already been made by someone else (Beretta in this case), then it transfers to an individual on a Form 4. You'll need a dealer who has an FFL that allows them to deal in NFA firearms to do the transfer. The rifle actually has to transfer from Beretta to Botach and then from Botach to your dealer. Only after your dealer actually has the rifle in hand can your dealer begin the process of transferring it to you on a Form 4.

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The two most useless entities in weapons today; a manufacturer that hates civilian firearm ownership, and a retailer that steals people's money.

Not even once.

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Strange.....I always thought it was HK that hated civilian ownership.....while I'm not a fan of most of their guns, Beretta seems to be on the pro-civilian side and they deserve credit for taking their business to more gun-freindly climates when O'Malley and Maryland decided to go full legislative retard....

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HK woke up and realized that selling the 416 and M27 was not going to keep them afloat, now they are producing VP9, VP40 and P30SK at a much more civilian consumer friendly price point.

The smart thing to do with this rifle is buy the 16" version then do the tax stamp, enjoy it until ATF got around to issuing it. Then buy the shorter barrel.

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I've been waiting for over a month for the 16 inch barrel version for the same price. Poor customer service and the gang banger ghetto chicks that answer the phones at Botach should be working at a call girl center not a firearm/sporting goods store. Buyer beware!!! If you have money to crap shoot with buy all means take a shot with Botach.

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