300 Blackout Bullets
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As popular as it has become, the 300 AAC Blackout remains something of a niche cartridge – in comparison to the 223 Rem, at least. That means shooters who are fans of both the newer cartridge as well as their money often take advantage of handloading to enjoy more of both.
The 300 Blackout case was developed from the 223 Rem. Converting 223 Rem brass into what you need to load 300 Blackout is straightforward enough, a project you can take on with a saw, jig, and a few other pieces of reloading paraphernalia. Thankfully there is no deficit of 223 Rem brass in this country!
The 300 Blackout presents a great opportunity to load either subsonic or supersonic. Subsonic loads take advantage of the case’s ability to seat a long, heavy bullet, and typically revolve around projectiles 180 grains and heavier. (Take care not to let some larger bullets’ ogives get stuck on the first rib of a standard AR’s magazine.) Supersonic loads typically include bullets as light as 90 grains, at which weight the V-MAX makes a great dual-purpose varmint hunting and self-defense projectile.
The 300 Blackout is a true .30 caliber cartridge, which means you can take utilize of the multitude of commonly available .308 bullets. An FMJBT like the MatchKing will give you greater accuracy with a round known for its arching trajectory, while a bullet like the InterBond will let you load darn good hunting rounds.