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300 AAC Blackout - 220 Grain OTFB - Remington Subsonic - 20 Rounds

$36.00

($1.80 per round)

38 In Stock

Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Remington
Bullets - 220 grain open tip flat base (OTFB)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass
Manufacturer Remington
Condition New
Bullet Weight 220 Grain
Bullet Type Open Tip
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 20
Ammo Caliber .300 Blackout
Manufacturer SKU S300AAC4
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 941
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 433
Attracts Magnet No
UPC Barcode 047700479903
Cost Per Round $1.80 per round
Use Type
Range Training
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A suppressor is a very nice little accessory to have when you own a rifle chambered for 300 AAC Blackout. Run subsonic ammo through it and your reports won’t even bother the neighbors. But you don’t even need a suppressor to get full enjoyment out of Remington’s UMC line of ammunition!

This 300 Blackout cartridge features an open tip flat base bullet. Though it superficially resembles a hollow point, don’t count on an OTFB to expand inside its target. This bullet’s open tip only exists because its lead core was poured into place through it. That’s why the core is form-fitting and exceptionally well distributed for superior balance, which alongside its flat base promotes great accuracy.

Of course, so heavy a bullet loaded to a subsonic muzzle velocity isn’t going to deliver the flattest trajectory you’ve ever seen. Expect a drop of about 100” at 300 yards. But if you can accommodate so arching a trajectory, you’ll find this subsonic ammo seldom misses its mark!

UMC label ammo has always been made in America. This ammo’s brass cases run smoothly again and again if you care to reload them, and its primers and propellant spring to fiery action without creating excessive residue in the barrel.
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