300 Blackout Round Nose 220 Grain Bullet. Hitek Coated using a special formula that produces a superior coating.
Cast using a 92-6-2 commercial alloy that will produce around 16 BHN.
These are standard sized at .309 or .310 Other sizes are available for special orders.
You don't have to have an expanding die, but if you are looking for one here is a link to a good one: Mighty Armory Expanding die.
The bullet is 1.320 +/- in length. Beginning overall length is 2.06 +/-
The 2100 bulk case option weighs 65 pounds and utilizes a large bag inside of a medium flat rate box.
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Awesome. They are good quality and sized perfectly at .309. All of equal weight. The coating doesn't rub off, chip or smoke. What I recover from subsonic loads in the bullet trap are still coated where not totally smashed to bare lead. I size the bullets to .308 for reliable feeding in a mini-14. My preferred velocity for this bullet is 1050 fps; they work great.
These will be my go to for subsonic plinking loads from here on out. I started with weighing 20 out to see how close they were. I was surprised, because usually cast bullets have a huge variation in weights, at least from my experience. These all weighed within .2 grains of each other. The only thing is, most were 217.2-217.4, but I did have a few that were 218+. Still just fine for plinking, especially at this price. As usual, I started low and built up in powder charge. They all fed great and locked the bolt back, and they were all subsonic. I'm already planning on purchasing a couple thousand more soon! And best of all, they are a company in my home state!
Great for subsonic. Accurate and reliable. Loaded 11.2 grains A1680 seated to 2.20" OAL.
Projectiles were awesome. Groupings we’re good. Cheap in price but quality made product. I would give it 5 starts however I had a problem with loading. I am unsure if it is my load data, my rifle, or the projectile however I had problems initially. That said it eventually worked after multiple different loads. I would like to note that I have reloaded plated and FMJ of the same weight projectile and have never had any problems until this projectile. I am very pleased with this projectile and will be placing another order for sure as I figured out what to do. I used CFE BLK and used 10gr, 10.5gr, 11gr, 11.2gr, and 11.5gr to all test it out. I ended up sticking with 11gr I can’t remember exactly why but this was the one with no failures whatsoever with and without a suppressor. For COL I went form 2.05, 2.1, 2.15, and 2.2. The sweet spot for me was 2.15 with the 11gr. I was using factory 300 blackout brass, I mention this because I am unsure if converted brass makes a difference. That said, I shot this in my 8inch pistol, with my dead air wolfman suppressor. I only shot at 25 yards because this is my home defense gun aside from my handgun and shotguns. My grouping were all <1 once i got it all situated.
Like the other reviewer, these are the first cast bullets with which I was able to achieve reliable function in my semiauto 300 Blackout rifle. Highly recommend
This is the first cast bullet that I've found to feed and cycle reliably in my AR. Love the idea of loading my own cheap Blackout ammo!