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300 AAC Blackout - 147 Grain FMJ - Winchester USA - 200 Rounds

$230.00

($1.15 per round)

33 In Stock

Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Winchester
Bullets - 147 grain full metal jacket (FMJ)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Manufacturer Winchester
Condition New
Bullet Weight 147 Grain
Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 200
Ammo Caliber .300 Blackout
Manufacturer SKU USA300B147
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1920
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 1203
Attracts Magnet No
Cost Per Round $1.15 per round
Use Type
Range Training
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The .30 caliber 147 grain full metal jacket isn’t exclusive to the 7.62x51 M80 cartridge. It’s also a fine projectile for a proper 300 AAC Blackout load! If you’re fixing to do a whole heap of target shooting, then it’ll feel like Christmas morning when you crack open this case of Winchester’s American-made USA series ammo!

The FMJ is the simplest kind of bullet you’re going to find on a semi-automatic rifle cartridge. Its smooth, continuous copper-alloy jacket promotes smooth feeding from a magazine and overall cleaner performance, although it does totally preclude any degree of terminal expansion. There’s no steel in this bullet’s jacket or core, and no other ferrous metals either, for that matter. That’s just to say you have free license to go bang at ranges which forbid “magnetic” ammo.

Each bullet’s cannelure will make sure it doesn’t get knocked out of its seating while it’s subjected to recoil in the magazine. Winchester’s new brass cases and noncorrosive Boxer primers make their USA ammo a natural pick for handloading. The cases are a little discolored around their shoulders – not because they were reloaded, but because they were heat-treated at Winchester’s factory. They just weren’t polished there.
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