1: What is .223
Wylde and what ammunition can I shoot?
.223 Wylde chamber
is used on .223 caliber rifle barrels to allow them to safely fire either .223
Remington or 5.56x45mm NATO ammunition. This chamber was designed to exploit
the accuracy advantages of the .223 Remington chambering without problems
concerning over pressure or compromising the functional reliability of
semi-auto firearms like the AR-15 family when using 5.56×45mm NATO military
2. Why did I
receive a 5.56 magazine with my 300 Blackout rifle?
300 Blackout was designed to feed out of a standard 5.56
magazine. They also share the same bolt carrier group.
magazine do I have to use for my specific caliber? I'm having feeding issues.
5.56- Standard 5.56 magazine
300 AAC Blackout- Standard 5.56 Magazine
6.5 Grendel- caliber specific magazine *
6.8 SPC- caliber specific magazine *
.22 Nosler- 6.8 SPC Magazine *
.224 Valkarie - 6.8 SPC Magazine *
.450 Bushmaster- caliber specific magazine
.458 Socom- Radical's Big Bore Magazine D&H 12.7x42
12.7x42- Radical's Big Bore Magazine D&H 12.7x42
7.62x39- Caliber specific magazine (Radical Recommends
*Caliber can also use 6.5 Grendel Magazine if one cannot
find a 6.8 magazine.
5. What are
your uppers and lowers made of and are they mil spec or commercial patterned?
Our uppers and lowers are 7075 aluminum and are milspec
6. What buffer
tube is used on your products?
Depending on the product it can be one of the following.
Carbine Stock- Mil spec carbine tube
Rifle stock- A2 rifle style buffer tube
Pistol- Round pistol Tube
7. I'm using a
suppressor will your products work with suppressors?
Yes, our products will work with suppressors, however it
is recommended that a gunsmith range rods the upper and suppressor to insure
there will be no baffle strikes.
8. I ordered a
nickel boron BCG. Do I still need lubricant?
Yes, you need to still lubricate the firearm, but minimal
lubricant is needed as the coating helps retain lubricity.
9. I just
bought a Radical Firearms upper/firearm what is the first thing I should do.
First check the barrel to confirm caliber as always with
any firearm regardless of manufacturer. Clean the firearm well before heading
out to the range. Check for any obstructions or leftover packing oil possibly
in barrel bore.
10. I'm getting
light strikes with 7.62x39.
Russian/ steel cased ammo has harder primers it is
recommended to purchase brass ammunition.
11. I'm having
accuracy issues with a barrel what should I do?
Verify barrel is clean. If it is clean then one should
proceed to try different types of ammunitions as manufacture quality will vary
from company to company. If no changes are seen Radical does warranty accuracy