The Honey Badger is mainly chambered in .300 AAC Blackout, but the 16 rifle version is also available in 5.56mm. The AAC Honey Badger and variants can be seen in the following films, television series, video games, and anime used by the following actors: Contents [ hide ] 1 Specifications 1.1 Film 1.2 Video Games Specifications (2011 - Present)
AAC wanted to make something that had the ease of use of an AR-15 but the portability of a MP5, that could go from subsonic rounds to supersonic rounds with the change of a magazine. The .300 BLK cartridge gave them the round, but the Honey Badger is the final design.
The original Honey Badger was developed at AAC by previous owner and Q CEO, Kevin Brittingham and his R&D team at the request of an elite US special operations group looking to replace their MP5-SD’s with an upgraded platform.
The original Honey Badger by Q is actually the work of AAC, Advanced Armament Corporation, which in turn is a subsidiary of Remington. It could well have turned into their firearms skunkworks, but the management waters look to have got a little murky and Q is a true standalone company that isn’t mentioned on either of the other websites.
The Honey Badger is based on a M4 upper and lower receiver that was designed by AAC and features a 6-inch barrel that is surrounded by a free-float handguard and rail. A new reflex suppressor and stock were also developed for the project. The stock is similar to the HK MP5 in that the two side rails travel in slots machined into the upper receiver.
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