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300 AAC Blackout - 110 Grain Frangible - SinterFire Reduced Hazard - 500 Rounds


Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 25 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Sinterfire Reduced Hazard
Bullets - 110 grain Frangible
Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Magazine Note - PMAG GEN M2 5.56 Magazines not recommended for this ammo. PMAG 30 AR 300 B GEN 3 was optimized for 300 AAC Blackout ammunition.
Manufacturer SinterFire
Condition New
Bullet Weight 110 Grain
Bullet Type Frangible
Use Type Tactical / Steel Target Training
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 500
Ammo Caliber .300 Blackout
Manufacturer SKU SF300BLK110RHA
Primer Type Boxer
UPC Barcode 20855040006079
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When you need something with more umph than the weak performance of the 223 Rem and the 5.56mm but still want to use your favorite AR-15 rifle, the 300 AAC Blackout is perfect for you. Whether you are looking for something to take down big game with, compete in a shooting match, or defend your family from any threat, this round is perfect for you with its increased range, much higher power, and incredible performance. Changing you AR to 300 Blackout is as easy as getting a new upper receiver!

SinterFire is one of the most famous companies on the market in lead free, frangible ammunition. With their incredible innovation, you have everything you need to get some quality range time without damaging expensive steel targets, and are also a great option for use in 3-gun matches. These SinterFire Reduced Hazard, 110 grain, frangible, brass cased, boxer primed rounds fire with incredible accuracy and are perfect for all your indoor and outdoor range training, and are even accurate enough to be used in your next shooting match.

Sinterfire has notified us that using Magpul PMAG GEN M2 5.56 magazines (MAG571) with this ammunition leads to feeding malfunctions after running thousands of rounds through multiple platforms to recreate the issues customers have described. The Magpul PMAG 30 AR 300 B Gen M3 magazines are optimized for 300 AAC Blackout do not cause these feeding malfunctions after extensive testing.

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