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Went shoot a few 300 blackout setups yesterday at the gun range. Was highly impressed with them. I know they do shoot slower than your .223 and .308 rounds, but for my purposes this setup seems most effective. I am building a hog gun that can reach out to 200 yards with ease. I was blasting an apple shape target at 200 yards free standing with a 125 grain round. I am looking for any feedback from folks with experience with the 300 blackout. Thanks!
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Build it! That 115 grain controlled chaos round by Gorilla ammo is a pig killer. I've seen first hand what it can do several times.
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Thanks Bigcypress! I will definitely checkout that Gorilla ammo.
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Went shoot a few 300 blackout setups yesterday at the gun range. Was highly impressed with them. I know they do shoot slower than your .223 and .308 rounds, but for my purposes this setup seems most effective. I am building a hog gun that can reach out to 200 yards with ease. I was blasting an apple shape target at 200 yards free standing with a 125 grain round. I am looking for any feedback from folks with experience with the 300 blackout. Thanks!
What ever you do always keep that 300 blk-out ammo away from anything chambered in 223 and 5.56
The 300 will chamber and ''BOOM'' you just blew up your barrel at the very least...if your lucky!
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No doubt! I have my p-mags identified by caliber and in separate cases.
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