PNW Arms is an up-and-coming ammunition manufacturer that is focused on embracing the science of ballistics to ensure their final product meets the needs of shooters. Additionally, PNW Arms is committed to providing detailed information about their loads to help shooters make informed decisions.
This ammunition is loaded with new Remington primed brass and military "pull-down" M-80 projectiles. These M-80 projectiles are mechanically pulled from military loads and may have some minor pull marks that are only cosmetic and will not affect ballistic performance. The use of pull-down bullets helps reduce materials cost for this load making this ideally suited for shooters that intend to put some serious lead down range. In addition to being one of the best values on the market, this ammo is loaded with clean burning, precisely measured, American-made powder. Finally, this load includes a primer pocket sealant to help reduce moisture intrusion making this load better suited for humid climates.
The 300 Blackout cartridge design was approved by SAAMI on January 17, 2011. Since this time, PNW Arms has been meeting the needs of 300 Blk shooters producing several loads such as: subsonic, match, range, and match/hunting.
Ballistic Coefficient: .398
Sectional Density: .226
Bullet Length: 1.118
Bullet Diameter: .308 in (7.8 mm)
Primer Type: Remington 7.5, Sealed
Test Barrel Length: 16 in
Neck Diameter: .334 in
Case Type: New Remington 300BLK Brass
Case Length: 1.368 in
Projectile Overall Length: 1.368 in
Muzzle Velocity: 2,000 ft/s
Projectile Engery: 1,306 ft. lbs.
Max Avg Chamber Pressure: 40,800 psi
SAAMI Chamber Pressure: 55,000 psi
Sound: 157 dB
Very good quality ammo
Review by Elton. (Posted on 6/24/14)
My son built me a 300 Blackout a couple of years ago. The only ammo that has ever been shot from this rifle was the PNW Arms 125 gr Nosler Ballistic Tip for hog-hunting. When the gun was first built, he gave me 800 rounds of the above mentioned ammo with it. I've purchased from Lucky Gunner in the past and saw this was offered. I called him to ask about it. He said that my rifle would shoot it just fine, but the scope might need to be adjusted to compensate. It did for the longer shots, but not by very much. I've been happy with this ammo-manufacturer for this particular rifle. I've always hit what I aimed at, either hunting or just punching paper. This purchase was definitely for punching paper, but it would probably do the job on hogs if needed. Lucky Gunner has always been competitive on pricing for me, as well. Very happy with my purchase.
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