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What is the overall length of 300 Blackout?

What is the overall length of 300 Blackout?

2.26 in
. 300 AAC Blackout

7.62×35mm/300 AAC Blackout
Rim diameter 0.378 in (9.6 mm)
Case length 1.368 in (34.7 mm)
Overall length 2.26 in (57 mm)
Rifling twist 1-8″ (203 mm)

Is 7.62 x35 the same as 300 Blackout?

300 Blackout and 7.62x39mm loads have a flatter trajectory and retain more energy than the . 30-30 out past 200 yards. The 7.62×39 has a little more kinetic energy, but the . 300 Blackout has a slightly flatter trajectory due to higher ballistic coefficient of the .

Is 300 Blackout a straight wall cartridge?

The primary difference between the 350 Legend and 300 Blackout is the bullet diameter and case design for each cartridge. The 350 Legend fires a 0.355” diameter bullet from a straight-walled cartridge while the 300 Blackout fires a 0.308” diameter bullet from a bottleneck cartridge.

Where can I find load data for 300 AAC Blackout cartridges?

Reloading data for .300 AAC Blackout cartridges and specifications for cases and loads in this caliber. You find load data for cartridges in caliber .300 AAC Blackout with all common powders and bullets by clicking the “Loads in… More

When was 300300 AAC Blackout approved by SAAMI?

300 AAC Blackout was approved by SAAMI on January 17, 2011. On October 23, 2011, SSG Daniel Horner of the USAMU used 300 AAC Blackout to win his fourth USPSA Multi Gun National Championship.

What is the best bullet for a 300 Blackout?

In supersonic loads, 150-grain bullets are on the heavy side for the .300 Blackout. The cartridge simply cannot push them fast enough to ensure expansion. This was the case with the Nosler Ballistic Tip, which showed almost no expansion through the first 8 inches of penetration.

What’s the most accurate handload for Blackout?

The most accurate handload beat out the best factory load by .60 inch when both were fired from the same gun. There’s a narrow band of powders that work well with the .300 Blackout. If you’re trying to create supersonic loads with long, 150-grain or heavier bullets, you’ll find powder space is limited.