Posted February 25, 2020 11:19 am by Comments

By Kyle Lynch

Built for AR and suppressor work, the 300 Blackout is versatile.


Built for the AR-15, and seemingly ideal for suppressor use, loading your own 300 Blackout Ammo opens up a world of MSR and bolt-gun options.

The 300 AAC Blackout was standardized from its wildcat predecessor roughly a decade ago and has since become one of the most popular cartridge choices for the AR-15 platform. Big-name makers like Remington and Ruger have also brought out bolt-action rifles chambered for the 300 Blackout. Almost universally, these rifles are short, handy and suppressor-ready.

The SIG Elite Performance line just added a 125-grain 300 BLK loading.

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Loading 300 Blackout Ammo

In fact, the timing of the standardization of the 300 Blackout and the huge boom we’ve seen in suppressor sales in the last decade are definitely related. With the ability to shoot suppressed 300 Blackout rounds, the market has demanded more options from ammo makers. Hornady produces factory subsonics like the hugely popular 208-grain A-MAX load in its …Read the Rest

Source:: Tactical Life

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