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What's in the Box
Federal Premium® American Eagle® .300 AAC Blackout 220-Grain Centerfire Rifle Ammunition
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.300 AAC Blackout
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Is this subsonic ammunition ? All the .300 blackouts I've seen with any weight over 180 grain has been subsonic and advertised that way. I don't see the subsonic word on the box in the photo.
Asked by: TENmmGlockCharlie
The Federal Premium® American Eagle® .300 AAC Blackout 220-Grain Centerfire Rifle Ammunition is Subsonic.(pictured on the flap of box.)
Answered by: csmall
Date published: 2014-03-28
The picture shows that the box is 30 rounds, but the info in the description says it is 20 rounds. Which is it? In comparing price per round, i'm assuming it is a 30 round box for that price, as .80 per round is about typical.
Asked by: SBRSupressedAR
The Federal Premium® American Eagle® .300 AAC Blackout 220-Grain Centerfire Rifle Ammunition (Item #:AE300BLKSUP2) comes 20 rounds per box.
Answered by: AcademyDante
Date published: 2014-03-25
What is the velocity for this ammo?
Asked by: joe27
Ammunition is not measured in feet per second (fps) in reference to velocity/speed. It is measured by the grain. Feet per second traveled is the velocity which is determined by the firearm being used. The grain is the weight of the bullet. It determines how fast a bullet will travel. Lower grain will travel faster when shot but it has less weight pressure (knock down power) and a higher grain will not travel as fast but it has more weight pressure. The grain is commonly used to measure the mass of bullets and gun propellants. The term also refers to a single particle of gunpowder, the size of which varies according to requirements.
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