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Bullets - 300 AAC Blackout (.308") - 220 Grain Plated Spire Point - Berry's - 500


(24¢ per round)

55 In Stock


Quantity - 500 bullets per box
Manufacturer - Berry's
Bullets - 220 grain plated spire point
Diameter - .308" This is not loaded ammunition
Cost Per Round 24¢ per round
Bullet Weight 220 Grain
Caliber 300 AAC Blackout
Bullet Diameter .308 Inches
Quantity 500
Bullet Type Spire Point
Manufacturer Berry's
Manufacturer SKU 10100
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This is not loaded ammunition. You cannot fire component bullets right out of the box. Please do not order these component bullets unless you intend to load your own ammunition!

Tired of waiting for 300 AAC Blackout ammunition to hit the market? Roll up your sleeves and load your own! This case of .308” diameter bullets by Berry's makes the perfect foundation for a good project at the reloading press.

Each bullet in this box weighs 220 grains, so it is hefty enough to make a proper subsonic load. The bullet’s lead core is swaged for uniform weight distribution, and then electroplated with an intensely concentric copper jacket. The electroplating process ensures 100 percent of the bullet’s surface area is jacketed, so you don’t have to worry about propellant gasses deforming the bullet’s base or emitting aerosolized lead right next to your face. Once they are electroplated, Berry’s restrikes every bullet to ensure it adheres to strict specs, has a solid core/jacket bond, and delivers impressively consistent ballistic performance.

This bullet has an OAL of 1.350". Berry’s does not recommend it for barrels with a faster rate of twist than 1:7. Berry’s also advises not exceeding a maximum muzzle velocity of 1,300 fps, as a greater rate than that may separate the jacket from the core.
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