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|Bullet Weight||147 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Caliber||.300 Blackout|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1826|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1089|
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Won’t cycle properly by Duck on 1/16/2019
Won’t cycle in my pistol often not enough gas pressure to even properly eject the round. On the rare occasion it extra...
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Unreliable at best
I picked up a bulk pack of these from my local gun shop several years ago to use while breaking in a new build. Thankfully it was only a couple hundrec rounds and was significantly less expensive than my usual selection of ammo.
I also would like to say that the same rifle build has eaten just about everything that I have feed it over the years. Including Wolf Steel case, Hornady, Fiochi, Hush, Barnes, Remington, PNW, GUNN, Leihigh Defense, DRD, etc. I have also tried hand loads and reloaded ammo from my friend's that reload ammo. So it probably is not the gun or a build issue.
With that said I had just about every single problem under the sun with this ammo. To be honest I think that it would make a better target then ammo given that the issues are pretty consistent. At first things were just sluggish and short stroking. When it would pick up a fresh round it would struggle to eject the round but when it would not pick up a fresh round it would fling the brass a good 10ft. Other times it would just get jammed up from the spent brass not ejecting and dropping on the live rounds in the magazine. I tried gi mags, pmags(both the 5.56 and the modified. 300blk mags), Lancer, and C Products and they all had issues but the GI mags and the. 300blk modified pmags seemed to work the best though. I also had a dozen rounds that just went click out of the 250 that I picked up on clearance. But I would re cock the rifle and same thing no bang again. I got sick of it after a hundred rounds that day at the range and switched to several boxes of Remington and the issues were gone. The rifle ran perfectly and I decided to try a box each of a few other brands and reloads/handloads. PNW Range and Defense both worked without any problems, Hornady also worked just fine, and so did the handloads and reloads according to my logbook for the rifle.
I did let the shop know and showed them video of it and they said they couldn't take the ammo back but they would give me a store credit for half the cost of the ammo and to keep what was left. I used it as training ammo and would load a few rounds randomly in a mag to practice clearing jams and or a bad round I also pulled the projectiles from several random rounds and while I am not an exxpert at loading ammo and ballistics I did notice that the powder amounts were not consistent at all and was dif
Won’t cycle properly
Won’t cycle in my pistol often not enough gas pressure to even properly eject the round. On the rare occasion it extracts it doesn’t pick up a new round. Never locks back bolt on empty mag. This is even with a lighter Semi auto bolt carrier, a lighter power buffer spring, a 2.6 oz buffer (3 oz is standard) and a perfectly aligned full diameter (.125) 1/8” gas port. This pistol functions with all other non subsonic specific ammo I’ve tried. What ever powder they use doesn’t produce enough gas volume to function consistently. Velocities have a huge variable spread. Accuracy horrible. Don’t waste your money. Armscor get your act together. Your .223 and hand gun ammo is good if not great ammunition. Very disappointed.
You're reviewing: 300 AAC Blackout - 147 Grain FMJ - Armscor - 20 Rounds
Posted On: 9/21/2015 By: Joey Hunt
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