In 2003, Paul Buffoni started a small commerce company in the basement of his home. His goal was to provide high-quality, mil-spec products to military and law enforcement customers.
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Now, some 13 years later, Bravo Company Manufacturing (BCM) has grown to more than 30 employees and occupies a 30,000-square-foot manufacturing facility. BCM’s line of products has also grown to include barrels, upper receivers, stocks, pistol grips and a complete line of duty-ready rifles.
BCM recently introduced its new 300 Blackout RECCE KMR-A carbine with either a 16- or 9-inch barrel. I was fortunate to receive both a 16-inch-barreled carbine and an SBR upper receiver for evaluation.
Having evaluated close to a dozen 300 BLK rifles in the past several years, I was extremely interested in a BCM carbine in this chambering. I was immediately struck with the balance and light weight of the rifle and the small diameter of the KMR-A rail.
The RECCE carbine comes standard with BCM’s excellent Gunfighter Mod 3 Grip and the Gunfighter stock. For those looking for a low-profile and lightweight rifle in 300 BLK that meets mil-spec requirements, Bravo Company Manufacturing is the place to shop.
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Look for a full review of the 300 Blackout RECCE KMR-A in an upcoming issue of TACTICAL WEAPONS. To subscribe, visit Tactical-life.com/subscribe.
For more information on the 300 Blackout RECCE KMR-A carbine, please visit BravoCompanyusa.com.
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