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.300 AAC Blackout 200 gr. Subsonic Maker REX (Reman. packaged 50 rnds./box)

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This ammuntion is packaged and sold as boxes of 50 centerfire cartridges that are all brass casings.

These 200 gr. .300 AAC Blackout subsonic cartridges feature the REX projectile made by Maker Bullets. Their attention to science and precision is unmatched and it definitely shows in the ballistics. These projectiles are top choice for subsonic hunting and defense by professionals all over. They perform best in AR platforms with barrels that are 12" or less.

Barrel Length Tested Muzzle Velocity Muzzle Energy
10" 1010 fps 454 ft. lbs.

Other known names for this cartridge are .300 AAC, .300 BLK, .300 Blackout, and 7.62x35mm.

If this subsonic ammunition will be discharged in a gas operated firearm it is STRONGLY recommended that such firearm incorporates the shortest length gas system possible (in most cases pistol length) or at the least an oversized gas port with an adjustable gas block installed to ensure proper functioning.

SKU: TNTRMN300BLK200SC
UPC: 868730020077
Rated 4.5/5 by 2 reviews
$99.00 per box
$970.00 for at least 10 boxes
$1,900.00 for at least 20 boxes




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Reviews:
Reviewed by Tajb2225
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(Posted 6/17/2020)
"Very deadly on hogs, behind the ear and drop in their tracks and bullet opens up like a flower. Shoots well out of my 16” gun with a Supressor."
Reviewed by Hammettcarey
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(Posted 5/14/2018)
"These cartridges are great. The Rex bullets function as advertised and are good for quiet hog control. Subsonic bullets don’t drop the hogs in their tracks like supersonic bullets, but these leave a nasty exit hole and cause massive internal bleeding. The hogs I’ve taken typically drop, them get up and run 20-50 yards and pile up."