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Barnaul .300 AAC Blackout Ammo – First Look

Barnaul announced its .300 AAC Blackout ammo is now available in the U.S.

Barnaul .300 AAC Blackout Ammo – First Look

The new Barnaul .300 AAC Blackout is offered in 145-grain FMJ with a 1,985 fps-rated muzzle velocity and is intended for high-volume target shooting and training.

All Barnaul ammunition is built using premium steel cases and bullets manufactured at the company's facility in Russia. An advanced, high-temperature polymer coating is applied to the steel cases to ensure ideal operation in U.S.-manufactured firearms. Barnaul’s polymer coating promises to perform flawlessly even under high-temperature, full-auto conditions. Additionally, Barnaul utilizes non-corrosive powder and primers to deliver clean-burning steel-case ammunition.

Barnaul .300 AAC Blackout Specifications

  • Bullet: 145 grains, full metal jacket
  • Ballistic Coefficient (G1): 0,366
  • Muzzle Velocity V0 ft/sec: 1,985
  • Muzzle Energy E0 J ft/lb: 1,268
  • Max Powder Pressure Bar (lb/inch2): 50,763
  • Cartridge Max Length: 2.15 inches
  • Cartridge Average Weight: 239 grains
  • Rounds per Box: 20
  • Rounds per Case: 500

For more information, visit barnaulammo.com.

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