Gun Report

F-1 Firearms BDR10-3G Black/Blue Splash 308 Win.

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The custom BDR10-3G offered superb aesthetics and surprisingly good ergonomics. But we’d like more attention paid to basic assembly.

F-1 Firearms BDR10-3G Black/Blue Splash 308 Win.

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Home Defense
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Length of Pull
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As efficient as it was complicated, the CMB (compensating muzzle brake) did an excellent job of keeping the gun still while being fired, and, like the rest of gun, the brake looked great. The bottom of the brake was closed so it didn’t kick up a lot of dust.
Funneled, relieved, and custom finished, the magazine well was a work of art. But it also left much of the gun vulnerable to dust and debris.
The finish was remarkably durable. The skeletonized grip was quite comfortable and afforded the shooter a good deal of control. We also liked the oversized trigger guard and the ambidextrous magazine release levers. Exposing the coated and polished bolt carrier was a great visual touch. The HiperFire 24 3G single-action trigger was set at about 2.8 pounds with little or no perceptible take up or overtravel. Very fast reset.

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