<p><strong>Mfg. Item # 02000805</strong></p> <p><strong>Barrel</strong></p> <p> Length- 10.5” Cold Hammer Forged Chrome Lined NATO 5.56 with 1/7 twist </p> <p> Gas Block- Lo-Pro, .750
<p>Springfield, SAINT Victor Pistol, Semi-automatic, AR, 223 Remington/556NATO, 7.5" Barrel, 1:7 Twist, Anodized Finish, BCM Trigger Guard & Mod 3 Pistol Grip, M-LOK Free Float Handguard, SB Tactical SBX-K Stabilizing Brace, 30Rd PMAG M3</p>
Barrel: Chambered in 300AAC Blackout with a 1:7 twist rate, M4 barrel extension, and a pistol gas system. This barrel is nitrided for accuracy and durability. It is finished off with a PSA 7
This question gets asked a lot, so I'm posting a direct comparison of three different guns. Which one is 'worth' it? The Noveske at $2700, the Saint at $1000, or the PSA at $550? All three are basically the same setup with various quality differences. Yes, you can probably get them cheaper somewhere else (I did), but the same shop has two of them listed for a direct comparison for the sake of me putting a bunch of one's and zero's on the internet.
I can give some insight on two of them, the Saint and the PSA (I built a PSA rifle with a generic LPK). The Saint has a pretty smooth trigger compared to the PSA. The PSA is more like my Colt M4 at work, kinda clunky, a little 'loose' (it rattles a little if you shake it). But is the Noveske worth over almost $2k more? I simply don't see how I'd see any difference between the PSA and the much more expensive gun. The trigger probably breaks cleaner, but realistically, I don't shoot competition with it. I don't have a whole lot of rounds through either of my guns yet, so long term reliability isn't something I can speak to. But I can buy a whole lot of repair work for $2k, hell, I could buy two more complete guns for when one breaks. My work M4 has thousands of rounds through it, the one time it failed, it needed oil, that's on me. So being 'clunky' isn't necessarily a reliability indicator.
So, instead of 'how much should I spend' question, how many think there is a legitimate performance difference between these guns that are not long range guns, these are 100 yard guns more or less at best in the hands of most shooters. Is that performance worth the price difference?