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Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by 300Blk » Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:12 pm

Publicly announced:

* AAC - uppers, silencers.
* Accurate Molds - bullet mold.
* Adams Arms - rifles and uppers.
* Addax Tactical.
* Aero Precision.
* Alexander Arms - rifles.
* All Weather Arms - brass processing.
* Alpha Shooting Sports - barrels.
* Ambush Firearms - rifles.
* American Tactical Imports / ATI - rifles.
* Arnold's Ammo - ammo.
* AR-Stoner - barrels.
* Atlanta Arms - ammo.
* Armalite - rifles, barrels, uppers.
* AR-X Enterprises - barrels, uppers, rifles.
* Australian Outback - ammunition.
* Barnes Bullets - ammo, bullets.
* Barnes Precision Machine - barrels, uppers.
* Bergara - barrels
* BFG Cartridges - Savage barrels.
* Bison - barrels.
* Black Dawn Firearms - AR rifles, marked uppers.
* Black Hills Ammunition - ammo.
* Black Hole Weaponry - barrels.
* Black Ops Armoury, Inc. - Bolt rifle.
* Black Rain Ordinance - barrels, uppers, rifles.
* Brad's Warehouse - converted brass.
* Browe Inc. - Optics.
* Bushmaster Firearms - uppers and rifles.
* BVAC - ammo.
* BWE Firearms - rifles, uppers, and suppressors.
* Centurion Arms - barrels, uppers, and rifles.
* Chattahoochee Gun Works - uppers, rifles.
* CMMG - barrels, uppers, and ammo.
* Colt - rifles.
* Compass Lake Engineering - AR barrels.
* Copper Cartridge Company - ammunition.
* Cor-Bon - ammo
* Core15 - rifles, uppers.
* Custom Reloads of Dallas - ammo.
* CVA.
* Daniel Defense - rifles.
* Delta Company Arms - rifles, barrels, uppers.
* Detroit Guns Works - rifles, barrels, uppers.
* Dewey - cleaning kits.
* DEZ Arms, Inc.
* D&G - magazines.
* Diamondback Firearms - rifles.
* Dillon Precision - reloading conversion kits.
* Double Star - rifles.
* Double Tap - ammunition.
* DPMS - rifles and uppers.
* DS Arms - rifles and uppers.
* Eotech - optics.
* ER Shaw - barrels.
* Federal Cartridge - ammunition.
* Fiocchi - ammunition.
* Forster - reloading dies.
* Freedom Munitions - ammunition.
* Gemtech - ammunition.
* Glockplates.com - ejection port cover.
* GPI Custom Gunworks.
* Grim Reaper Tactical - barrels, uppers, lowers, and rifles.
* GSI - Dillon 1050 and other toolheads.
* Gunn - ammunition.
* Hi-Lux Optics - scopes.
* High Precision Range - ammunition.
* Hornady - ammo, dies, brass.
* Houston Armory - barrels.
* Hunting Shack - ammunition.
* Ice Arms - barrels, upper.
* Jagemann - brass.
* Jamison - brass and ammunition.
* J&T - uppers, rifles.
* KAC - rifles.
* Kel-Tec - SU16C.
* Kiss Tactical - lowers.
* Lee - reloading dies, bullet molds.
* Lehigh Defense - bullets, ammo.
* L.E. Wilson - case gauges.
* Lewis Machine and Tool - barrels, uppers, rifles.
* Liberty - rifles and suppressors.
* Liberty Gun Works - rifles.
* Loki Weapon Systems - uppers/rifles.
* Lone Star Armory - 300 AAC BLACKOUT marked lowers.
* Lothar Walther - barrels.
* LWRCI - rifles.
* Lyman - dies.
* Magtech - ammunition.
* Marks Armory - uppers.
* MAS Defense - uppers, barrels.
* Match Grade Machine - Thompson barrels.
* McGowen Barrel - Savage and other barrels.
* McCourt Munitions - ammo.
* Michaels Machines - HK-23 style belt-fed barrels.
* Missouri cast bullets - bullets.
* Model 1 Sales - AR barrels/uppers.
* Montana Rifleman - barrels.
* Mossberg - MVP rifle.
* MSAR - AUG rifle, barrel.
* MTM Manufacturing.
* NAP-TAC - barrels.
* Nikon - scope with custom reticle.
* NEMO - barrels.
* NOE Bullet Moulds - bullet moulds.
* Norma - brass.
* Northern Rifleman - uppers.
* Nosler - reloading guide, bullets, ammunition, brass.
* Noveske - rifles and uppers.
* Olympic Arms - rifles and uppers.
* On Target - ammunition.
* One Shot - ammunition.
* OTIS - cleaning kits.
* Outlaw State Bullets - bullets.
* Ozark Ordnance - ammunition.
* Pac-Nor - barrels.
* Pacific Tool and Gauge - reamers and gauges.
* PalmettoStateArmory - uppers, barrels.
* PNW Arms - ammo.
* Pride-Fowler - optics.
* Primary Weapons Systems - rifles and uppers.
* Profire Arms & Supply - ammo.
* Quentin Defense - lowers.
* Rainier Arms - barrels.
* Raven Armament Company - ammo and uppers.
* RCBS - dies.
* Redline Firearms llc - uppers.
* Red Star Ammunition.
* Red X Arms.
* Redding - dies.
* Red Jacket - rifles, uppers, suppressors.
* Remington - ammunition.
* Remsport Mfg - rifles.
* Right 2 Bear Ammo - ammunition.
* River Valley Ordnance - reformed brass.
* Robarms - XCR Micro rifle.
* Rock River - rifles, uppers.
* RMW / Ron Williams - barrels.
* RUAG - ammo.
* Satern Custom Machining, Inc. - barrels.
* Seekins Precision - rifles.
* Selph Arms LLC - barrels, uppers, re-chambering, and rifles.
* Sheepdog Ammo - ammo.
* Shilen - barrels.
* SI Defense - barrels.
* S.I.A. - integral suppressed uppers and complete firearms
* Sig Sauer - rifles, ammunition.
* Silver State Armory - brass, ammo.
* Stag - rifles.
* SMA ammunition - ammunition.
* Smith & Wesson - rifles, uppers.
* SNIPERCO - uppers.
* Sierra - bullets.
* SilencerCo - silencers.
* Sota Arms - barrels.
* Southern Ballistic Research - ammo.
* Southwest Ammunition, LLC - ammo.
* Spike's Tactical - uppers and rifles.
* Stillwood Ammunition Systems - ammo.
* Summit - ammo.
* Surefire - 300 BLK sound suppressor.
* S.W.O.R.D. International - rifles.
* Tactical Machining - lowers.
* Tactical Solutions - uppers.
* Take Aim Guns - rifles, uppers.
* Tatum Tactical - guns, ammo, uppers.
* Templar Tactical - suppressors.
* The Bullet Works - bullets and ammunition.
* TNT Munitions - ammunition.
* Top Notch Tactical - ammo.
* Trijicon - scope.
* Triton Arms - AR barrels.
* 2 VETS ARMS CO LLC - rifles/uppers.
* Ultra Tech - ammo (Australia)
* Umlaut Industries - 300 BLK caliber marked Rifles, Upper and Lowers. 16" and 10" Factory Title II.
* Underground Tactical Arms - uppers.
* Ventura Munitions - ammunition.
* West Fork Armory - rifles.
* White Oak Precision - AR barrels.
* White River Armory - AR uppers.
* Whidden Gunworks - trim dies.
* Wilson Combat - rifles, hunting and self defense ammunition.
* Windham - rifles.
* Yankee Hill Machine - barrels, uppers.
* Zombie Barrels - barrels.

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Re: Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by Darin Reiss » Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:23 pm

Thanks Robert.

The lack of noise from the 9" AAC upper with a 762SD can and 220 grain Corbon 300 Whisper ammo was IMPRESSIVE! It will be exciting to hear it with the 762SD next year.

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Re: Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by 300Blk » Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:44 pm

Did it work with Cor-Bon 220 grain 300 Whisper(R) ammo?

Did it feed?

Did it cycle/eject?

I have a box but never tried it.

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Re: Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by Darin Reiss » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:40 pm

Robert,

Did it work with Cor-Bon 220 grain 300 Whisper(R) ammo? - YES, both 220 and 150 Cor-Bon 300 Whisper ammo. I got one box of each with the upper and I will not buy anymore (way too expensive). I need my Forster dies.

Did it feed? - YES, both 220 and 150 Cor-Bon 300 Whisper ammo

Did it cycle/eject? - YES, gun was about 4.5' off the ground when fired parallel to the ground and brass landed about 6-8 feet to the left and about 8 or more feet rearward and in a relatively close pile. I can only say relatively close as we picked up the brass every couple of shots to help keep from losing any of it. Upper was complete AAC 300 BLK 9" upper, lower was factory LMT full auto lower. Buffer was either factory LMT or a LaFrance unit I got from Tim when he sold out his inventory. I can check if you are curious.

I have a box but never tried it. - I only tried it because it came with the upper and I needed to sight in the Aimpoint prior to testing these rounds on feral hogs/wild boars in OK coming up soon. I got 200 rounds of the 110gr 30 SBR bullets from Barnes this week and will load them up in LC 556 cases once my dies from Forster arrive. If I am fortunate enough to have any of these rounds hit hogs, I will post a "post mortum" with photos and such. After I get my dies, I will try both the 110 SBR Barnes bullets and the 125 Nosler Ballistic Tips and hopefully compare each of them on hogs and deer.

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Re: Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by 300Blk » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:51 pm

Yes, please post the weight of your buffer and report if you have a normal spring. I like to remove the lower and put it on a scale and push on the buffer until it moves 1mm and read the scale. A normal spring should indicate 5.3 to 6.3 lbs.

Was a silencer on when you shot the 220? Which one?

Did you see the gel tests? I would pick the 110 V-MAX over the 125 Nosler for a 9 inch barrel even for hunting. Impact from your 9 inch barrel will be at a lower velocity than in the gel tests, so penetration should be more than the 12 inches of the gel test.

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Re: Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by Darin Reiss » Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:11 pm

silencertalk wrote:Yes, please post the weight of your buffer and report if you have a normal spring. I like to remove the lower and put it on a scale and push on the buffer until it moves 1mm and read the scale. A normal spring should indicate 5.3 to 6.3 lbs. - Buffer and spring are factory LMT "H" buffer and factory spring.

Was a silencer on when you shot the 220? Which one? - Yes, 762SD transferred to me from AAC in the last few months so current production. All shooting was done with this can attached.

Did you see the gel tests? I would pick the 110 V-MAX over the 125 Nosler for a 9 inch barrel even for hunting. Impact from your 9 inch barrel will be at a lower velocity than in the gel tests, so penetration should be more than the 12 inches of the gel test. - Thanks for the heads up. I will try the 110 V-MAX's. What would you prefer in the 16" version? I will read through the gel tests.

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Re: Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by 300Blk » Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:30 pm

For lead bullets, still the 110 V-MAX if you are further away or want it for lighter skinned animals or self defense. For tough animals, perhaps Nosler or Sierra game King.

Barnes 110 SBR for 16 inch hunting where you need to go deep and have the bullet not blow apart.

I can't wait to see your results. We should have a hunting contest next year.

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Re: Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by Fastflt1 » Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:38 pm

Can't wait to see that ammo list grow.
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Re: Companies who are making 300 AAC BLACKOUT products

Post by Darin Reiss » Sun Oct 31, 2010 12:29 am

silencertalk wrote:I can't wait to see your results. We should have a hunting contest next year.
Thanks for the info! I will post details after we hunt. Hopefully, we won't get skunked.

Thanks,
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