200 Rounds of .300 AAC Blackout Ammo by Winchester Super Suppressed - 200gr Open Tip

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Ammo Overview

Ammo Quantity - 200 rounds per case; 20 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Winchester
Projectiles - 200 grain open tip (OT)
Ammo Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Muzzle Velocity - 1,060 fps
Muzzle Energy - 499 ft lbs


Have you got a suppressor on your 300 AAC Blackout rifle? Then you’ve got one of the greatest range toys in existence! And once you have a case of Winchester’s Super Suppressed ammo in your hands, the range will truly be your oyster.

This round has a full-power charge of propellant and will generate sufficient chamber pressure to cycle a semi-automatic. Its subsonic muzzle velocity is the product of its heavy 200 grain bullet’s added inertia. Zero sharp cracking report on ignition will make a suppressor more effective, and it will also quiet down a non-suppressed firearm’s performance as well!

Don’t mistake this round’s bullet for a hollow point! It is an open tip, and accordingly incapable of expanding while it penetrates a threat or quarry. The open tip’s lead core is form-fitted, which alongside its superior jacket concentricity promotes stellar accuracy. This round’s open tip bullet also has a jacketed flat base, which will avoid deformation so it can continue to present an even surface for propellant gasses to thrust against.

Winchester loads this versatile target ammo (which could also be used to humanely kill varmints) in the U.S. with premium reusable brass cases, clean-burning propellant and non-corrosive Boxer primers.

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Posted On: 10/19/2022 By: David ADAMS

A: Nonmagnetic sir. Winchester doesn't put steel in a bullet unless it's an M855 or other spec that specifically calls for it!

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