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300 AAC Blackout - 150 Grain CTFB - Remington UMC - 200 Rounds

$245.00

($1.23 per round)

8 In Stock

Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Remington
Bullets - 150 grain closed tip flat base (CTFB)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Manufacturer Remington
Condition New
Bullet Weight 150 Grain
Bullet Type Closed Tip Flat Base
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 200
Ammo Caliber .300 Blackout
Manufacturer SKU L300AAC2
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1905
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 1208
Attracts Magnet No
UPC Barcode 047700410319
Cost Per Round $1.23 per round
Use Type
Range Training
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Some people love 300 AAC Blackout. Other people really love 300 AAC Blackout. But no matter which side of the fence you fall on, you can’t enjoy firing your sweet .30 cal AR without a nice supply of ammo. That’s where Lucky Gunner comes in. We’re your 300 BLK ammo supplier.

This cartridge is loaded with a closed tip flat base bullet. If you’ve never heard of the CTFB before, then you’re perfectly normal. It’s an unusual projectile, but in spite of that it really doesn’t perform any differently than an FMJ. Its flat base does present a nice even surface for propellant gas to press against, so you’re going to see some good accuracy, although its solid point profile means you don’t want to fire this ammo’s bullets at anything larger than a varmint.

This round’s CTFB weighs 150 grains. That’s light enough to produce a muzzle velocity far faster than the speed of sound, so your rifle’s going to make that cracking report which would make a suppressor less effective. Remington’s brass cases are smooth-cycling and reloadable, as well as noncorrosive Boxer-primed. “UMC” is just a brand name; Remington puts it on their basic range loads, and this ammo is indeed a great option for putting holes through bullseyes.
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