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|Bullet Weight||150 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)|
|Ammo Caliber||.300 Blackout|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1925|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1234|
This is newly loaded 300 AAC Blackout Ammo for sale is from one of the first family’s of recreational shooting, Fiocchi. In a 500 round case, there is plenty of ammo to fuel your next range trip as well as a very intriguing cost per round.
With a 150 grain full metal jacket bullet and never fired brass-case, you’re getting a round that’s reliable and accurate. Expect a muzzle velocity in the area of 1,925 feet per second with these rounds along with a muzzle energy of about 1,200 foot pounds.
This is part of the Fiocchi Shooting Dynamics line-up of ammunition. While this line generally is priced with the volume shooter in mind, Fiocchi works to keep these rounds performing similarly to its Exacta line, a precision line-up of ammunition. The cheaper price point means you get something we all crave: more time at the range for less money!
If you’re not familiar with Fiocchi, the company itself is a heck of a story. The company itself started in the early 1800’s near the Italian city of Bologna, which was a thriving industrial hub at the time. A man named Guilio Fiocchi became a bank manager and oversaw a loan made to a black powder manufacturer in Lecco, a small city northwest of Milan, Italy. As you probably could have guessed after seeing Guilio’s last name, that black powder manufacturer defaulted on the loan. So, Guilio Fiocchi got in touch with his brother, Giacomo and they started their own ammunition business.
Two centuries later, Fiocchi still produces some of the best ammo around, including top of the line rifle cartridges like this 300 Blackout.
Most Fiocchi rounds are made in Ozark, Missouri, including the majority of their 300 BLK ammo. This case contains 10 boxes with each box containing 50 rounds of Fiocchi 300 Blackout ammo.
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the primers though......
I have primers back out on these rounds all the time. The first two times I took it to the range I literally have to pull the pistols and rifles apart on the bench to clear the blown primer. Some boxes in the case appear to be better than others. Don't buy this stuff. Go with the Magtech.
I'd look at something else...
As another reviewer posted, approx 1 in 3 rounds would blow a primer, a piece of which would lodge in the chamber locking lug area causing the bolt to fail to go into battery.
Having never had issues with any ammo from Lucky Gunner, I made the mistake of purchasing 500 rounds of this ammo which I can't use.
No problems whatsoever!
I have a custom built 300 black pistol and this ammo ran through it with no hesitation whatsoever. I change my buffer spring to shoot 150 grain ammo and I shoot it suppressed as well as the 220 grain with a different buffer spring. My 300 black Acog has a reticle for both Ammo loads. At 200 yards this ammo was excellent.
Best price I have found!
The Fiocchi 300 blackout rounds @150gr FMJ were used to break my new gun in. I was very pleased with the product. The packaging was very good. The rounds chambered, fired, and extracted well. The shipment arrived very quickly. I was most impressed with Lucky Gunners follow-up on my order. It's great to see that they are committed to customer service after the sale. I will surely be making many more future purchases for this reason.
Bought 100 rounds and have fired 50. In about one in four rounds the primer has blown out of the priming pocket when the round is fired. Primer has caused FTF issues when that occurs. Not sure if oversized primer pocket or a powder charge issue. I have read on gun discussion groups that I am not the only one. I will not shoot any more of this ammo.
Glad I tried ti out.
I received 500 rounds yesterday and hit the range today to dial in a Remington Model 7 AAC. I was pleased with the overall quality. Consistently produced groups hovering around 1MOA which was fine for my intended purpose. It shot better then some of the premium hunting rounds I finished zeroing with. I would purchase again.
You're reviewing: 300 AAC Blackout - 150 Grain FMJ - Fiocchi - 500 Rounds
Posted On: 8/4/2020 By: Bill Richards
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