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20 Rounds of .300 AAC Blackout Ammo by Australian Outback - 125gr Matchking HPBT

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Australian Outback
Projectiles - 125 grain hollow point boat tail (HPBT) MatchKing
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass


We know as much about Australia as your typical American: koala bears, kangaroos, didgeridoos, and Paul Hogan. But we know one more thing about the island country that most don’t – great ammunition comes from there, mate.

This 300 AAC Blackout cartridge by Australian Outback is loaded with a 125 grain hollow point MatchKing bullet. One of the world’s most popular projectiles among shooters who care about accuracy and accuracy alone, the MatchKing’s jacket is so concentric that you’d need some sort of laboratory equipment to prove it’s not perfectly so. The MatchKing’s core distribution is similarly consistent, and its narrow tip acts like a needle as it cuts a path through the air. This round’s particular MatchKing has a boat tail base, a feature which lowers drag to measurably increase the bullet's downrange velocities.

This cartridge also features Australian Outback’s proprietary Ballistic Temperature Independence technology. In a nutshell, they optimize their rounds’ components so that they’ll collectively deliver the same muzzle velocity and reliable performance regardless of the temperature they’re exposed to. This round is brass cased, Boxer primed, and loaded with clean burning propellant.

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