From what I heard, Remington worked together with AAC (manufacturer of the Honey Badger PDW) to make this .300 Blackout XM2010.
- Wikipedia lists PEO as the developer, but the M2010 uses a bunch of AAC attachments, so I'm sure they probably worked with them as well, but most sources I can find just list Remington. - 13:56, February 6, 2015 (UTC)
- Well, Remington did win the bid.
- The Wikipedia page also wrote that the .300 Winchester M2010 uses AAC suppressors. They're QDs however. Albert Peters (talk) 00:38, February 7, 2015 (UTC)
This site: http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/Battlefield_Hardline#AAC_Integrally_Suppressed_Remington_700 describes the 300 Knockout as an "AAC Integrally Suppressed Remington 700". Should we change the page?
- It should definitely be changed; the M2010 is a different longer-barreled weapon.