By Josh Wayner
In my last two articles I detailed the impressive design advances made in not only the .300 Blackout cartridge, but the weapons designed around it. The .300 Blackout is, in my educated opinion, destined to be a cartridge that will settle in as a commercial and defense mainstay, a regular modern classic. The cartridge is not only a jack-of-all-trades, it is a master of all instead of none. Unlike other popular rounds, the .300 Blackout is also an exceptionally easy cartridge to handload for, which is what we will cover here.
As is standard practice, this is the official warning to not mess around with reloading cartridges unless you know what you’re doing. I’m a professional that writes about these things for a national audience and even I make sure to take proper safety precautions. As you can guess, severe bodily injury and death can occur if you are not careful. Now, let’s get to it.