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HUSH 300 Blackout 220 gr HPBT New
The 300 Blackout cartridge (often referred to as 300 AAC, 300 AAC Blackout, 300 BLK or simply Blackout) was designed and developed to be used in suppressed firearm platforms utilizing a 220 grain projectile. The 300 Blackout has proven itself over the last decade to be an effective means for taking thin skinned game cartridge when used at ranges of 100 yards an in. Due to the lower velocities produced by the 300 Blackout, expansion will not be as pronounced but the reduction in decibels is obvious when compared to 300 Blackout cartridges loaded with lighter bullets. Our HUSH 220 grain subsonic ammunition is set up for suppressed AR-15 rifles but is also well suited for bolt action or single shot rifles as well.
Average Velocity: 950 Feet Per Second (FPS)
Tested Barrel Length: 16 inches
SKU FMH300H220N Activity General Purpose, Self-Defense, Hunting Caliber 300 Blackout Bullet Profile HPBT Casing Type Brass Manufacturer Freedom Munitions Velocity AVG 950 FPS
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Hush - 300 Blackout 220 gr HPBT
By KJShot about 100 rnds out of my AR (16" barrel, carbine length, with Optimus suppressor), and the ammo was the quietest subsonic I have shot. The difference of 100 fps less than what I have shot before, made the difference. NO cycle issues what so ever. Accuracy was excellent.
By ScottSo I built a 300 blkout 8.5 inch AR pistol with and adjustable gas block and pistol length gas system. I wanted it to run with both subsonic and supersonic, more importantly subsonic HP for home defense, so I tuned my gas block to the hush and it seemed very consistent. Once if found the setting I didn't have some rounds cycle and some not as if to suggest a large variation in pressure due to a bad load deviation. The first click I got to cycle kept firing consistently. As for accuracy it seemed accurate but I can't give u a legitimate grouping as I shot it unsupported. The recoil is amazingly soft which I was quite happy about. I had 3 soft primer strikes out of 50. Although I don't blame the primers. I have a jp light trigger spring kit on a milspec nickle trigger trying to save money. I put the lightest hammer spring in and that wasn't the best idea so I will change that. All in all it fires great and is noticeably quieter even without a suppressor. I just bought 2 more boxes.
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