Representing a budget friendly take on .300 AAC Blackout ammunition, this load is a strong competitor for your shooting dollars. The reloadable brass cartridge case features a boxer primer and is a newly manufactured cartridge made by the new owners of the legacy Czech company Sellier & Bellot (now owned by the Brazilian company CBC). This load is not subsonic, and while it can be shot out of suppressed firearms, it is more suitable for days at the range, training and plinking. This load pushes 2165 Feet per second at the muzzle with 1290 Ft. Lbs. of energy.
The full metal jacket projectile is a much lighter weight bullet than the typical .300 AAC Blackout (7.65 x 35mm) load. This contributes heavily to the speed increase and gives a purpose-built platform for the now very popular caliber.
This incredibly popular round makes sense because of the various benefits it gives. Especially when able to be suppressed (note: this round is not ideal for suppression as it is supersonic), the low speed, high grain weight and bullet diameter, paired with the ability to load it in AR-15 magazines and use the 5.56 brass to reload, this is a powerhouse round. For those who are already fans of the platform, this ammunition by S&B is icing on the cake, because you can train cheaply, and get a lot of rounds down range.
Sellier & Bellot has produced ammunition since 1825 and has a history of providing high quality military and law enforcement ammunition as well as offering value priced ammunition to the consumer market.
Suitable for use in any .300 AAC Blackout firearm, including semi-auto, bolt action and other platforms. Packaged 20 cartridges per box; 50 boxes.
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