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PostPosted: Fri Jun 17, 2011 12:23 pm 
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300 AAC BLACKOUT Frequently Asked Questions

300 AAC BLACKOUT is a 30 caliber solution for the AR rifle platform. It retains the normal 30 round capacity of USGI magazines, and does not require a new bolt. There are no changes to the rifle except for the barrel. Brass and ammo will be available at a lower cost than other larger-bore rifle cartridges for the AR15 - and the same rifle can shoot both full power ammo and suppressed subsonic ammo without needing any adjustments.

Q: I heard that the ballistics are about like 7.62x39mm. Why not just get an AR in 7.62x39mm?
A: AK ammo has too much of a taper to work well in the straight magazine well of an AR15. There have been attempts at making reliable magazines, but AK ammo really wants a curved mag. Also the taper of the cartridge has a lot of bolt-thrust, which - when combined with the large bolt face - will brake bolts too easily. AK ammo only works well in AKs. 300 AAC Blackout has a little less energy at the muzzle, but due to higher BC bullets, it is equal by around 110 meters, and by 300 meters, the Remington 125 grain Match ammo has 16.7% more energy than even the hot Lapua 7.62x39mm ammo.

Q: Is 300 AAC BLACKOUT a standard cartridge or a wildcat?

A: 300 AAC BLACKOUT was submitted to SAAMI, the small arms standards organization in June 2010. It was voted on by member companies, and approved on January 17th 2011. Any company can make ammo or rifles for it, and do not need permission or have to pay royalties, as long as they meet the specifications in the drawing.

Q: Why was 300 AAC BLACKOUT created when 300-221, 300 Fireball, and 300 Whisper® already existed?

A: There have been many versions of taking a 221 Fireball or 223 case and making it 30 caliber. Several of them have similar, but not identical chambers. In order to assure ammunition and firearm and ammunition compatibility and interchangeability, an industry standard was needed. This required picking a final set of specifications, and submitting it for industry consideration. In the United States, the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute (SAAMI) governs small arms cartridge specifications. SAAMI does not accept proprietary or Trademarked cartridges. So a final set of specifications for what has previously been called 300-221 or 300 Fireball was submitted for consideration, and was approved. A clean start was needed.

A: Why was a new name created? Why not call it 300-221, 300 Fireball, or 300 Whisper®? 300 Whisper is a registered Trademark and proprietary to SSK Industries, and cannot be used without their permission. Additionally, several chamber reamer drawings exist that are called Whisper, and even with permission, if that name were to be used, one would have to design new ammunition for the most conservative of the existing chambers, limiting velocity potential for full power ammunition. Likewise, there are many different chambers called 300-221 and 300 Fireball, and there would be no way to guarantee that any ammunition labeled 30 Fireball or 300-221 would be safe in all of them, unless perhaps if it were significantly under loaded.

A: If one were to make ammunition or firearms for 300 AAC BLACKOUT, how must the product be marked?

A: SAAMI markings must be used. The actual cartridge name is 300 AAC BLACKOUT or 300 AAC Blackout. Notice there is no "." before the 300 (SAAMI cartridges do not begin with a decimal). The official SAAMI short name is 300 BLK. 300 Blackout and 300 AAC are not allowed.

Q: How can I get the SAAMI drawing?

A: It is published on the http://www.saami.org website, http://www.saami.org/PubResources/CC_Dr ... ackout.pdf

Q: Can 300 AAC BLACKOUT be shot in a 300-221, 300 Fireball, or 300 Whisper® rifle?

A: Due to the variation in those chambers, that should be considered a potentially unsafe combination - much like shooting 5.56mm in a 223 chamber. Experimentation has shown that there is a several thousand psi difference in chamber pressure and pressure could exceed SAAMI limits of shot in alternate chambers.

Q: Can 300-221, 300 Fireball, or 300 Whisper® ammo be shot in a 300 AAC BLACKOUT chamber?
A: Because of the variation in those cartridges, a definite answer cannot be given. One exception is Hornady 300 Whisper ammo which has been specifically tested to be within SAAMI specifications for 300 AAC BLACKOUT – and may be used in all 300 AAC BLACKOUT firearms.

Q: Since 300 AAC BLACKOUT may be loaded hotter, how much of a velocity gain is this?
A: That depends on the bullet weight, but in a standard 16 inch barrel and with a light-weight bullet, it is estimated to be about 40 fps. So 300 AAC BLACKOUT in a 14.5 inch barrel would be expected to match 300 Whisper® in a 16 inch barrel, if both were loaded to 55,000 psi. Likewise, 300 AAC BLACKOUT in a 16.5 inch barrel would likely match 300 Whisper® in an 18 inch barrel.

Q:What the best twist rate?
A: The suggested SAAMI twist rate is 1:8, which seems to be the best for a 50/50 mix of subsonic and full power ammo. 1:7 may end up the best overall twist though as it can shoot a wider range of bullets. If you are sure you will never shoot subsonic ammo, you could consider 1:12 - however there is currently no proof that would offer an advantage. In fact, for very light / short bullets - 110 grain Sierra® and Berger®, 1:8 twist factory test barrels were averaging 0.8 to 0.9 MOA at 100 yards for 25 shots (three groups of five shots each). It is important to note that no flyers were discarded from this testing, and that three shot groups - as people casually do - would show a much smaller group size. 5x5 groups, however, is probably the minimal amount of testing for having a meaningful basis for comparison.

Q: What is the standard barrel length for 300 AAC BLACKOUT?
A: The SAAMI standard is 16 inches instead of the normal 24 inches for other rifles cartridges. We felt that 24 inches was unrealistic, and would lead to inflated velocity numbers on factory ammo, if the ammo were reported for a long barrel length that no one actually used.

Q: What about short barrels?
A: 300 AAC BLACKOUT, due to the larger bore than 223, is very efficient in shorter barrels, and we have had good functioning results with AR barrels down to 6.2 inches.

Q: What is the longest practical barrel?
A: The velocity does go up and up, even with barrels over 24 inches. However, few people will want a barrel over 20 inches because the tradeoff between velocity and length has diminishing returns.

Q: Is an adjustable gas block required to shoot subsonic unsuppressed, subsonic suppressed, full power unsuppressed, and full power suppressed?
A: It depends on the brand. An AAC will shoot all four configurations wihout any adjustment needed when using Remington or similar ammunition. No doubt several top makers will have products which will do this, but not all will.

Q: Should I look for an AR upper with carbine or pistol gas?
A: First, there is no barrel length which works with mid-length or rifle gas. The choices are carbine or pistol. For barrels under 16 inches, pistol is needed - the bore is larger than 5.56mm so the gas pressure drops off faster. For barrels 16 inches or longer, carbine or pistol gas will work.

Q: Well then - for a 16 inch barrel, why would someone chose one type of gas vs the other?
A: If you are the type of person who prefers mid-length gas on a 5.56mm because it has less gas port erosion and less stress on the bolt and extractor, then choose carbine gas. If you want to experiment with extra fast-burning powders and are willing to either not shoot full power ammo or have an adjustable gas block - then use pistol. Remington subsonic ammo generates enough gas pressure to be compatible with carbine gas in a 16 inch barrel.

Q: What about bolt action or single shot guns?
A: With a Remington 700, it is best to work from a 17 Fireball rifle, or a 223 that has had the ejector replaced with Fireball parts. People have made rifles from CZ, Howa, Thompson, and other platforms.

Q: Reloading... What powders are best?
A: Nearly all supersonic ammo reaches the highest velocity with H-110/W296 powder, or close variants such as 295 or 297. Many people like N110 - and it is fine to use, but it will not attain as high as velocity. For subsonic in the AR, stick to bullets 208 to 240 grains and A1680 will cycle all rifles. 4198 or RE-7 - which do not always fit into the available space, may also be used. 980 fps is probably the best velocity - as bullet flight noise increases a lot as speeds get higher. Note that 300 Whisper(R) loads often recommend N110 or H110 for subsonic. These will not work in 300 AAC BLACKOUT given the way (thankfully) most rifles are designed to be compatible with full power ammo without requiring adjustments.

Q: Can I make my own brass form 223 or 5.56mm?
A: Yes. You can cut it to 1.358 inches and run it through a sizing die. Use enough lube to help the forming, but not so much that you get hydraulic dents.

Q: Can I make my own brass from 221 Fireball?
A: Yes - just run it in a sizing die with an expander ball.

Q: How come there is not much factory ammo loaded with 165-180 grain bullets that I prefer to hunt with in 308?
A: The reason those bullets are used by hunters is that they have deep penetration. At the lower velocities of 300 BLK, a lighter bullet gives the same penetration. For this reason, you have to forget what you know about 308 bullet weights, as the weights and jacket thicknesses have been factored in to what is ideal for 300 BLK - and that ends up being 110-125 grains. Those weights would be varmint bullets in 308, but are medium game bullets in 300 BLK.

Q: How is Remington factory brass better than forming my own brass?
A: Remington factory brass is not converted, but made originally as 300 AAC BLACKOUT. It is the correct hardness profile through the length, and neck annealed to prevent cracking. Also, the head stamps are correct, and it can be reloaded many times.

Q; Is there barrier-blind LE ammo?
A: Yes. There is solid copper ammo, ideal for law enforcement, hunting, and self-defense - the new 110 Vortex ammo from Barnes. Remington is developing a land-warefar legal barrier-blind loading for 2012.

Q: Can 300 AAC Blackout make Major Power Factor in 3-gun competition?
A: Yes. A Sierra 175 MK loaded to 2.245 OAL in Remington brass and with a 7.5 primer with 20.0 grains of A1680 reached 1900 fps in a 16 inch test barrel. The pressure was below SAAMI max.

Q: What about 7.62x40mm? I read it was 150-200 fps faster, and a better choice if I don't own a silencer.
A: Those velocity differences appear to be inflated - perhaps by hot hand-loads. The actual velocity advantage seems to be 75-85 fps with 125 grain bullets, which works out to about a 35 yard advantage. So what do you gain with 300 AAC BLACKOUT in exchange for giving up the 35 yards? Compatibility with standard AR magazines, much more available ammo, support from about 60 companies (at the time of this writing), SAAMI standards, subsonic capability, military interest, the ability to work with the widest range of bullet weights, and less expensive brass and ammo.

Q: What companies have announced or are working on products for it:
A:

Ammunition:

Atlanta Arms
Arnold's Ammo
Australian Outback
Barnes
Black Hills
BVAC
CMMG
Cooper Cartridge Company
Cor-Bon
Custom Reloads of Dallas
Double Tap
Federal
Fiocchi
Freedom Munitions
Gemtech
Gorilla
GTG - Good To Go
Gunn
High Precision Range
Hornady
Hunting Shack
Jamison
Lehigh Defense
Magtech
McCourt Munitions
Nosler
Remington
RUAG
On Target
One Shot
PNW Arms
Profire Arms & Supply
Raven Armament Company
Red Star Ammunition
Right 2 Bear Ammo
Sheepdog Ammo
Silver State Armory
SMA Ammunition
Southern Ballistic Research
Southwest Ammunition LLC
Stillwood Ammunition Systems
Summit
The Bullet Works
Top Notch Tactical
Ultra Tech (Australia)
Ventura Munitions
Wilson Combat

Brass:
All Weather Arms (reformed from 5.56mm)
Brad's Warehouse (reformed from 5.56mm)
Hornady
Jagemann
Jamison
Nosler
Remington
River Valley Ordnance (reformed)
Silver State Armory

Rifles:
AAC
Adams Arms
Addax Tactical
Aero Precision
Alexander Arms
Ambush Firearms
Armalite
American Tactical Imports / ATI
AR-X Enterprises
Barnes Precision Machine
Black Dawn Firearms
Black Ops Armoury, Inc.
Black Rain Ordinance
Bushmaster Firearms
BWE Firearms
Centurion Arms
Chattahoochee Gun Works
CMMG
Colt
Core15
CVA
Dakota Tactical
Daniel Defense
Delta Company Arms
Detroit Gun Works
Diamondback Firearms
Double Star
DPMS
DS Arms
Force Multiplier
Grim Reamer Tactical
KAC
Kel-Tec
Lewis Machine and Tool
Liberty
Liberty Gun Works
LWRCI
Mossberg
MSAR
MTM
Noveske
Olympic Arms
Primary Weapons Systems
Red Jacket
Remington
Remsport Mfg.
Robarms - XCR Micro
Seekins Precision
Selph Arms LLC
Sig Sauer
Smith & Wesson
Spike's Tactical
S.W.O.R.D. International
Tactical Machining
Take Aim Guns
Tatum Tactical
2 VETS ARMS CO LLC.
Umlaut Industries
West Fork Armory
Wilson Combat

Barrels:
Alpha Shooting Sports
Armalite
AR-Stoner
AR-X Enterprises
Barnes Precision Machine
Bergara
BFG Cartridges
Black Hole Weaponry
Black Rain Ordinance
Centurion Arms
CMMG
Compass Lake Engineering
CVA
Delta Company Arms
DEZ Arms, Inc.
ER Shaw
GPI Custom Gunworks
Grim Reaper Tactical
Houston Armory
Ice Arms
Lewis Machine and Tool
Loki Weapon Systems
Lothar Walther
MAS Defense
Match Grade Machine - Thompson barrels.
McGowen Barrel - Savage and other barrels.
Michaels Machines - HK belt-fed barrels.
Model 1 Sales
Montana Rifleman - barrels.
MSAR - AUG barrel.
NAP-TAC.
NEMO.
Noveske
Olympic Arms
Pac-Nor
Rainier Arms
Ron Williams
Satern Custom Machining, Inc.
Selph Arms LLC
Shilen
SI Defense
Sota Arms
Triton Arms
White Oak Precision
Wilson Combat
Yankee Hill Machine
Zombie Barrels

AR Uppers:
AAC
Adams Arms
Armalite
AR-X Enterprises
Black Rain Ordinance
Bushmaster Firearms
BWE Firearms
Centurion Arms
Chattahoochee Gun Works
CMMG
Core15
Delta Company Arms
Detroit Gun Works
DPMS
DS Arms
Force Multiplier
Grim Reaper Tactical
Ice Arms
J&T
Lewis Machine and Tool
Liberty Gun Works
Loki Weapon Systems
Marks Armory
MAS Defense
Model 1 Sales
Northern Rifleman
Noveske
Olympic Arms
PalmettoStateArmory
Primary Weapons Systems
Raven Armament Company
Red Jacket
Redline Firearms llc.
Red X Arms
Selph Arms LLC
SI Defense
SNIPERCO
Spike's Tactical
Take Aim Guns
Tatum Tactical
2 VETS ARMS CO LLC.
Umlaut Industries
Underground Tactical Arms
West Fork Armory
White River Armory
Wilson Combat
Yankee Hill Machine

Specialized Bullets:
AAC
Barnes
Hornady
Missouri cast bullets
Sierra
The Bullet Works
Outlaw State Bullets

Silencers:
AAC
Surefire
BWE Firearms
Red Jacket
SilencerCo
Templar Tactical

Reloading:
Accurate Molds
Dillon - progressive feed kits
Forster
Hornady
Lee dies and bullet moulds
Lyman - dies.
NOE Bullet Moulds
RCBS
Redding
The Full Die set (two dies) is part number 80327 and will be listed as a Series C set for $119.88. The Deluxe set (three dies) is 84327 and lists for $188.40.
Whidden Gunworks

Lowers:
Lone Star Armory
Umlaut Industries
Kiss Tactical
Quentin Defense

Misc:
Browe Inc. - optics.
Dewey - cleaning kits.
D&H - magazines.
Dillon Precision - reloading conversion kits.
Eotech - optics.
Glockplates.com - ejection port covers.
Hi-Lux Optics - optics.
Leupold - optics.
L.E. Wilson - case gauges.
Nikon - optics.
OTIS - cleaning kits.
Pacific Tool and Gauge - reamers and gauges.
Pride-Fowler - optics.
Trijicon - optics.


Q: What ammo is actually out that is made to SAAMI specs?
A: Hornady has two loads out under the Whisper(R) name, but they have been developed specifically to ensure compatibility with 300 AAC BLACKOUT. They are technically not SAAMI spec because they are not properly head-stamped, but physically they will be compatible. 110 grain V-max, Hornady part number 8089, and 208 Amax subsonic, Hornady part number 80892.

PNW Arms has a wide selection of ammo, made with Remington factory brass.

Remington has the 220 subsonic which features a sealed and lightly staked primer and visible proof of annealing, blue primer sealant for ID, and certain customers can order them with metal military packaging and waterproof case mouths - but that version is not inventoried for commercial sale.

Remington also has a Premiere Match 125 grain, which features a custom Sierra 125 grain bullet designed long for optimal feeding from AR magazines and for a high-BC, but yet flat based for accuracy and maximum case capacity. This load features red primer sealant for ID, a high-strength case with a NATO-like hardness profile, visible proof of annealing, and optional mouth waterproofing and metal military packing if customer requirements specify it (this version not inventoried for commercial sale).

For expanding ammo, Remington has a Premiere AccuTip-V 125 grain polymer tipped load specifically designed to expand at the velocities typical of 300 AAC BLACKOUT. This expansion and penetration is tuned for close-up use with short barrels, and for use at greater distance with 16 inch barrels. This load also features red primer sealant for ID, a high-strength NATO-like hardness profile, and all are cannelured, crimped, and mouth waterproofed.

Q: What are some Remington part numbers for ammo and where can I get it?
A:

Below are some part numbers. Note that proof rounds, dummy rounds, and reference ammo are not for general sale. The normal commercial ammo is being distributed by AAC, Accusport, and RSR - and also through dealers like MidwayUSA and a long list of others.

21504 - 115 grain UMC
21509 - commercial 220 subsonic
21503 - commercial 125 Premiere Match
21516 - 125 Premiere AccuTip
21824 - proof load
21960 - dummy load
21666 - SAAMI reference load


Q: What are some videos of 300 AAC BLACKOUT?
A:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=p ... gKjbySsAik
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5ALp8-d3dQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G92lIoa3fhY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbYLyfFf9u8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VivPz-Z0 ... ure=relmfu
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjWjP1-L ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRw-ypBgrKo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qkJxXmv ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xlHHQVD ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-Q7EsIPGY8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HR-TG7YK ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cvxq7-Ior-g
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sd_2tcj7P4s

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I am going to add to this as I think of things. Please suggest what to add. I am just getting started on it, so it is probably only 20% done.

I basically need to go through my powerpoint presentation and add that stuff to here. And also add in the companies making products, sorted by category. And add in future ammunition projects.


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you could add a brief summary of the history behind the 300 Whisper/221/BLK/WTF just to give new folks some background regarding the original concept and how it has evolved over the years.

Perhaps touch on the different firearm platforms that are currently being chambered for the round. .ie AR, Bolt guns, TC etc. and maybe give examples of brands that have been successfuly converted like Howa, Tikka, Remington.

Along the same lines you could address specific suppressors (not nessisarily an all inclusive listing) that have consistently provided good results, or are popular in this application.

Same thing with optics. you could pull some data from the various optic related posts and list some of the more popular options. again, not all inclusive, but something to give new folks an idea what is working, and is popular with those that are already using the round.

Maybe touch on common hunting applications. Nonimal ranges were game is taken, popular bullets and of course the type of game folks are gunning for with this round.

I also think it is always a good idea to be frank and open about limitations. Every round has limitations and if that info is up-front and clear, I think it goes a long ways in helping people decide if this is a cartridge that will work for thier application.

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thanks Robert! great post!

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It is going to take a while to rehash everything relevant I have posted over the months and get it added to this.


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^ that is somethin i've got to try.
Any speculation for a 9" barrel? -- guessin not MPF but thats ok with me


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Don’t forget Hoser on the list of companies converting brass!!!!! And remember he was the first to offer the services before Brad’s Warehouse came along…

http://www.silencertalk.com/forum/viewt ... 45&t=63339

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I have used brass from both Hoser and Brad’s and both work great…

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What is his company name?


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What is his company name?



I believe he is going by his screen name, you might want to send him a PM and ask him…

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