20 Rounds of .300 AAC Blackout Ammo by Barnes VOR-TX - 110gr TAC-TX FB

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Barnes
Projectiles - 110 grain TAC-TX FB
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 2,350 fps
Muzzle Energy - 1,349 ft lbs

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Barnes’ VOR-TX line of ammunition turns any 300 AAC Blackout rifle into a marvelous weapon for self-defense. This round’s 110 grain bullet pretty much does it all, and it’s expertly loaded by one of America’s best to boot!

This cartridge showcases Barnes’ TAC-TX FB. Its profile is optimized for smooth feeding, its 100 percent copper body eliminates barrel fouling, and its sharp polymer tip promotes excellent accuracy when you absolutely can’t afford to miss your target.

The TAC-TX FB dominates barriers like fabric and drywall, and it reaches depths up to 20” inside of soft tissue when fired from a 16” barrel. That’s all thanks to its monolithic design, which resists shedding the weight that deep penetration can’t happen without.

The TAC-TX FB’s polymer tip begins to promote breakneck terminal expansion as soon as it meets resistance from soft tissue. The deeper it drives into its nose cavity, the farther it extends the TAC-TX FB’s four mean cutting petals, each of which rips its own separate wound channel.

Barnes’ brass, primers and propellant are all loaded to optimize functionality in any AR-style rifle. If you have a rifle chambered for 300 Blackout, and if you have any intention of using it for home defense or hunting, then VOR-TX is the right choice for its magazine!

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