I could only use the 50 yrd. × I was wondering, with your two hottest loads, was there any more room in the case for more powder? Paste as plain text instead, × Yeah, I think I need to take the powder measure out of the equation. View Quote. I'm still waiting for my HeadSpace gage set, ordered it almost three weeks ago from PTG . of H110 or WW296 for the 150 gr. Effective range for hunting is about 100-150 yards. ... Hornady A-Max 208-grain and Sierra MatchKing 220-grain. Like the SST or GMX from Hornaday. This is not what you want to find in your lower. I cut the top off the 5.56 brass with my Dremel tool with a reinforced cut off wheel & deburred cases before I formed them. of H110 looks good . 1.970” Powderi / Velocity g1050 1900 2000 2100 2200 2300 2400 bullets, would be a max loading . bullet is what I concider max load in this rifle of mine . Breaking Down 5 Different 300 Blackout Loads’ Terminal Ballistics. Not only are there tons of cheap FMJ or SP rounds available from Hornaday and Remington, but there are also a wide variety of bullets specifically designed for hunting. I had several that fell out of the case when priming . Hodgdon®, IMR® and Winchester® powders neither assume nor authorize any person to assume for it any liability in connection with the use of any product or data. Powered by Invision Community, http://i394.photobucket.com/albums/pp30/oldpanhead58/LH1722.jpg]http://. bullets, would be a max loading . sp & a Speer 130 gr. not bad , had one blown primer ,but this brass has been abused in testing , all the rest of the brass looks good . Just a mild load ... some good data on their website. Speer , 16gr. Declaimer , these are my loads in my rifle & you should use caution & work up your loads in your configuration. H110,  avg. 300 AAC Blackout Hornady 150gr FMJ-BT load data June 28, 2016 June 29, 2016 JP All of my load data is published as is with no promise of anything. 150gr. once you shoot some, try setting your resizing die to just touch the shoulder, you might gain a little more room for powder that way. This bulllet is impressive , I will post a photo of the target of a 10 shot group . You must agree to the terms below before continuing. I used 7 1/2 Remington bench rest primers & I didn't like they way they seated or fit . 300 Blk 110 Grain; 300 Blk 125 Grain; 300 Blk 140 Grain; ... 300 Sav 150 / 155 Grain; 300 Sav 165 / 168 Grain; 300 Sav 180 Grain; 300 Weatherby Magnum. For normal 300 Blackouts, I am using 150 grain swaged (my own home made) HP bullets. I had a couple of people at the range ,that had never heard of the 300 BLK. Along with that, I plan to load some of the 155's, 168's and 175's just to get a starting point for load development. but I can't imagine getting more than 100 fps out of my 18" barrel over your 16". I assume that I can't really sight in with one of the bullet weights, check the chrono figures AND do the same for a different  bullet without having to resight in for the other weight bullet. Kinda makes me wonder about the brass I was using. How far was your Chrono from the muzzle ? Told me it should go out the beginning of the week. & went from an avg. 300 Blackout 140 GR NOS HPBT Hodgdon Trail Boss .308" 2.055" 6.0 929 27,100 PSI 300 Blackout 150 GR HDY IB Hodgdon Trail Boss .308" 2.235" 6.0 871 28,900 PSI 300 Blackout 190 GR HDY SUB-X IMR IMR 4198 .308" 2.050" 11.4 C 1,032 22,800 PSI Its range brass in some way I'm sure, might have been some ones last loading & they just happen to use Remington 7 1/2 primers (because they are the same color as factory primers ). ,2400        ,avg. Are you using 5.56 cases or .223 ? I loaded some up with 2400 & can only get 16.5 grs. Decently accurate off hand, some ejected,but won't pick up next. Cartridge Name: 300 AAC Blackout Cartridge O.A.L. Hornady produces factory subsonics like the hugely popular 208-grain A-MAX load in its Black line, and expanding subsonics like the 190-grain Sub-X. As said , There was no signs of high pressure on the brass that didn't pop the primer & ya know ,I've been thinking about that brass . If you're unsure, or just want options, check as many boxes as you'd like. L6: 2.260 inch = 57.40 mm Barrel Length : 16.0 inch = 406.4 mm Predicted Data for Indicated Charges of the Following Powders. If true, thats good news, but your numbers make it seem doubtful that I'll be able to make my desired  320 PF. Be careful , just because you can get an OAL close to the mag space allowed , different bullets may not chamber because of how they are made . of H110 . : 2.150" Max Velocity: 1650 fps . You have to also remember that the bullet has to be supported in the case properly also . This case forming stuff is new to me . I found a local reloading shop , go figure, & he had good prices on them . could be a lot of things including how the Chrono is reading the bullet . as needed. I will adj. Powders include IMR, … And, even out at 300 yards, the 150's do fine. Ammo giant Federal offers an affordable subsonic option in its American Eagle line. The 300BLK has a longer free bore to the rifling & that gives you a little lee way. I guess I have a lot of testing to do. I have about four or five .30 bullet types laying around , so I chose a Hornady 150 gr. Does anyone have any good data for these? Please enabled JavaScript in your browser to utilize this tool. 1723 fps. *Disclaimer: The load data contained on this site is intended for use with Barnes Bullets. 125 gr. The too low rings make sighting difficult to say the least. I load three rounds each of progressively larger loadings & then if I get pressure signs I stop & pull the bullets of those over the charge weight of the one that started to show the high pressure signs & just recharge /reload those. I presently have enough powder to load maybe another 100rds. Click "Get Data" to view results. © Copyright 2021 Hodgdon Powder Co. All Rights Reserved. AR. Weight (grains) 150 Ballistic Coefficient 0.255 0.417 0.377 0.295 Sectional Density 0.226 COAL Tested 2.190" Speer Part No. bullets. 1.845” #2105.308” 110 gr. I'm glad I only make five test rounds of each loading ,so as not to have to pull & recharge so many bullets . Many AR-15 enthusiasts and hunters have a strong appreciation for .300 AAC Blackout because of its versatility and available grain weight range. of 1977 to 2022 fps  for an average with hot bbl. FMJ C.O.A.L. The H110 I got 20 grs. SP test rds. I have .180" room from the front of my bullet to the front of the mag, so I don't think thats going to keep me from going a little longer, My biggest concern with these particular bullets is how much purchase the case has on the bullet. You want it close to the rifling but not on top of it . I've got an assortment of bullets ranging from 110 to 220. WW 296 & a CCI primer , 2201  fps. Reloading 300 Blackout: Loki’s Loads. RIFLE RELOADING DATA FILES (PDF) 20 caliber (.204 dia) 204 Ruger 39. This is my first involvement in loading rds where I'm not just copying someone else's proven load. I'm not done with testing loads for this rifle &  she can be seen on the Rifles section ,under the 300blackout thread. As far as grouping , I didn't do any ,because I am working up loads . 300 aac blackout rifle reloading data 9 indicates maximum load - use caution loads less than minimum charges shown are not recommended. I'm not sure what to attribute the FPS variation to. H110. 300 blackout ballistic gel test 150 grain Hornady SST. Would that be correct? They are a little long & will use my trimmer to trim them down to about 1.360" , to start out with . Other than the couple of primers  (3) this is a awesome rifle to fire . ACC BLK primed brass, 17.5 gr. Buyers and users assume all risk, responsibility and liability whatsoever for any and all injuries (including death), losses or damages to persons or property (including consequential damages), arising from the use of any product or data, whether or not occasioned by seller's negligence or based on strict liability or principles of indemnity or contribution. Went to the range with a new Burris mount & some more 135 MK loads & have to say the Burris mount makes all the difference in the world . I found that my velocities varied widely. That sounds like good advice. Range session today & have some results from my loads . I loaded 145 gr fmg bt bullets to 2.1 COL in brand new LC brass I cut to 1.36". Hodgdon® Powder, IMR® Powder and Winchester® Powder expressly disclaim any and all warranties with respect to any and all products sold or distributed by them, the safety or suitability thereof, or the results obtained including, without limitation, any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose and/or any other warranty. It was a 24 rd. After I shot the 10 shot group ,with the barrel hot after the shot string , I put four more rounds range to check Vol. Click "Get Data" to view results. 125 gr. The lighter/shorter bullets , you don't have any thing stopping you with the COL , but getting into the heavies & there length will make it a problem . I just made a deal with someone to get some 175 and 210 MK's to test out, in my quest for major PF. 2011 2022 2023 2026 Propellant Case Primer Weight (grains) Muzzle Velocity (feet/sec) Weight (grains) Hodgdon Lil'Gun Lake City Federal 205 18.2 2013 20.0 C Alliant Power Pro 300-MP Lake City Federal 205 17.1 1866 19.2 I didn't see anything to indicate excessive pressure, but I have been told that the signs of over pressure can show up in as little as 1/2-1 gr increase in charge. Make a dummy up to see if it will chamber with out pushing the bullet back or feed problems. Just wondering, I'f I load some dummys + .100" over my present  2.1" col and drop the bolt on them, and they are too long, What will happen is that the bolt will force the bullet back into the case untill the bolt is able to close,Correct? Velocities for 110 V-max is 2370 fps, 125 BT's at 2157 fps, and 147 FMJ around 1950-1970 fps. The average velocity was 992 fps, with standard deviation of 16 fps, and an extreme spread of 51 fps. in there with room to spare . Matching Maximum Pressure: 54000 psi, or 372 MPa Having never done this before, I'm a little bit confused about working on a load for power factor vs for accuracy. I know that I got some bad readings with the borrowed chrono, so maybe my results are questionable. I will make all future cases from known good once fired brass, but use this fodder until I see problems . I'm think that as you suggest, I will load a small number of rd's with 17 an 17.5 grs, and that I will load the bullets + .075" longer. I used trimmed and formed .223 brass.   Your previous content has been restored. First of all, I post this for informational purposes only. 300 AAC Blackout (7.62 x 35 mm) (300 BLK) 125 gr. I had some obviously false readings in the 3000's and some other readings in the 1600's. Brass is readily available, so tediously reforming .223/5.56 cases is no longer necessary. 1846 fps. This bullet shot about 4" high , I had to adj. 125 gr. 300 Blackout.GONZO38 I picked up some H110 & WW 296 yesterday for testing . You can post now and register later. 20 grs of H110 or WW 296 with a 125 gr. test batch of the 135 gr. Followers 0. Never substitute any smokeless powder for Black Powder or any Black Powder substitute. 7mm Remington Ultra Magnum Load Data; 28 Nosler Load Data; 300 AAC Blackout Load Data; 30-30 Winchester Load Data; 30/40 Krag Load Data; 308 Marlin Express Load Data; 300 Savage Load Data; 308 Winchester Load Data; 30 Thompson Center Load Data; 30-06 Springfield Load Data; 300 Ruger Compact Magnum (RCM) Load Data; 308 Norma Magnum Load Data ... 18 grs. They did tell me that the 1/10 twist might help. of H110. ,Speer, 20 gr. I'm thinking that I'll make some dummy rds up to find out just how long I can safely go with this bullet weight/conf. MK.bullet . You can also find some good load data on other forums in their reloading sections. the scope to get them into the dot of the target, after that I had no problem with keeping them there ,even with this scope & trigger. Bullet Type Primer. I chrono'd some of my first batch of 300BLK bullets today. I used 16.5 gr of Hogdon LIL'GUN powder. Powders include Accurate, Alliant, … Another question, I have the 175 MKs now and see that they are very close to the conf of the 145's I have tested. Since I have no data to refer to, Is there any formula or rule of thumb to go by that would give me a starting powder charge if I used the same powder as before and loaded the 175's so that the base of the bullet is in the same place as when I was loading the 145's (same case capacity)? I picked up one of those Hornady COL gauges, and sent a couple of my fired 300 cases to them to drill and tap for me. Got some Sierra 135 gr. SP , Hornady bullets, cut down formed ,LC  & Hornady brass, 16.6 grs. Besides ,if the OAL of dummy rd. Although it's a Redding 3BR match grade measure, which I thought was supposed to be one of the best. Powder Date: May 14, 2020 Bullets used to test the .300 AAC Blackout gun load include: left to right, Barnes 110-grain TAC-TX FB, Hornady 125-grain SST, Speer 150-grain SPFB Hot-Cor, Sierra 165-grain GameKing HP, Nosler 180-grain Ballistic Tip Hunt, Lapua 200-grain SP Mega and Cutting Edge Bullets 230-grain pre-sound Raptor. I got a call from my barrel mfg today. Not only in the chamber ,but in the mag. I'll be satasfied just to get the thing together and break in the barrel and start to see what kind of hits I can get at 200-300 yds with my friends ammo. By clicking the 'I Agree' button, I understand/accept and will agree to abide by the precautions and warnings outlined below. .300 Whisper / .300 AAC Blackout / .300 Blackout (Hodgdon Data) reloading data with 73 loads. Just asking if anyone has experimented with Alliant 2400 in the 300Blk. I think with H110 & WW296 , you could get two or more grains in there . Shot about 300 this weekend. RN C.O.A.L. Pistol; Rifle; Cowboy; GR. 2211 fps. I got several readings with a low of 2020fps and a high of 2096 fps. Hodgdon's load data for H4189, H110, Lil-Gun powders (not that I'm using those powders) with A-Max 208's actually lists 2.26" as the OAL which is the max SAAMI spec. 150 gr.sp. The Standard Deviation  is not bad , kinda makes the ES worthless. ( and finish the POF lower that belongs on her ). I am waiting till I find some Lil'Gun before loading for lighter bullets. I got some time before I had to go to work today to cut,form & load some dummy test rounds for function testing. Simply put, the 220-grain subsonic loads will not give you that performance on a deer. 18 grs. The .223 will give you a hair more volume for powder. You can just add a few tenths of a grain at a time & see what happens . 2300 fps can be reached with out a problem ,I think. Upload or insert images from URL. I have been lucky with my chrono , I had my first shot the other day show 950fps & I knew it was wrong . By clicking the 'I Agree' button, I understand/accept and will agree to abide by the precautions and warnings outlined above. This may turn out to be a light, fun, hunting gun, but maybe not a major division comp gun. This article By Patrick Meitin/Wolf Publishing Co. Numerous modern smokeless powders are double base in construction, containing both Nitrocellulose and Nitroglycerine. Told me that they had gotten a new blank and turned it. Load data for our Superior Plated Bullets® can be found in any manual or on any powder manufacturer’s website. I need to get 150 more fps using this bullet weight to achieve my desired goal. Now that I know what the max loadings are ,I can play with loads & primers to see what comes out on top & go with it .   You cannot paste images directly. 22 caliber (.224 dia) 22 Hornet TNT Green 30 22 Hornet 33 22 Hornet 40 22 Hornet 50 22 Hornet 52 218 Bee 46 ... 300 AAC Blackout 150 300 AAC Blackout 165 300 AAC Blackout 180 300 AAC Blackout 200 30-30 Winchester 100 30-30 Winchester 110 30-30 Winchester 130 30-30 Winchester 150 .300 Whisper Load Data Handloading the .300 Whisper and AAC Blackout is no different than most other bottleneck rifle rounds. Hornady, 17 gr. Trying to match what I believe as a duplicate for Remington’s 220-grain factory load, I placed a SMK on top of 10.8 grains of Accurate 1680. Go to Berry's web site and check out they loading recommendations under FAQ. Load Data: 30 Caliber Loading / Reloading Information By Nosler Inc. Load Data ... 30-378 Wby Mag 220 Grain; 300 AAC Blackout. Powder left in the reloader's powder measure hoppers for extended periods, overnight or several days, should be avoided. .300 Whisper / .300 AAC Blackout / .300 Blackout (Using 150/155 GR Hornady Bullets) reloading data with 39 loads. I will testing the upper & ammo Friday & will post results & photo's. I don;t have any need for sub-sonic, etc. Clear editor. The 1800 fps with the 175 might be done, but you are on your own there bro. All this brass was formed from cut down LC 5.56 brass. I've got enough blow out primers that's telling me I've went far enough & know the limitations of my set up. I'm thinking that I may need to load some heavier bullets. I never intended this cartridge to be a tack driver , but more of a hunting rifle , but we will see once I get better optics on her . With the ability to shoot suppressed 300 Blackout rounds, the market has demanded more options from ammo makers. Regaardless, I'm still excited about building my first wildcat cal. I don't have them in my hands yet but am planning to order some Vhita Vhouri N110 as I've heard some good things about it. Here next to my 125 TNT & 150 Hor. Find what you need in four easy steps. I'm wondering how long I could load the next batch, I was thinking that if I could load them longer I might be able to safely get some more powder in the cases. I'm looking for 2300 with a 150gr or 1800-1850 with the 175 and 180gr to make 320 PF  (Power factor = bullet weight x velocity divided by 1000). 2400 , avg. Copyright © 308AR.com 2019 in the case with out compressing the charge . ALL 100 gr 110 gr 115 gr 123 gr 125 gr 130 gr 135 gr 140 gr 150 gr 155 gr 167 gr 168 gr 175 gr 180 gr 185 gr 200 gr 208 gr 210 gr 220 gr 230 gr. I can tell you this ,the 20gr. This last loads we made up with Hornady brass ,.223 & I raised the charges to see how far I could go with this powder(s) cartridge & I found them . The COL of the round will be determaned by bullet configuration . I am using Lil Gun powder exclusively for the 300 blackout loads. Try some commercial 223 brass, it should have thinner walls and hold a little more powder. Never mix any two powders regardless of type, brand, or source. Powder needs to be stored in original containers ONLY, when not in use. Hornady and Nosler loads listed are near maximum so check your manuals for starting load data. Check your reloading data book for … Bullets from other manufacturers may not produce equivalent pressure or velocities; therefore, it is not recommended that this data be used with components other than as listed. The standard factory loading for supersonic 300 BLK is a 115 gr round, but there are a ton more options available at the 150 gr mark. of H110 or WW296 for the 150 gr. On my first batch I loaded to 2.1" col. With this setting the bullet cannalure is about .075" in from the case mouth. 7mm Remington Ultra Magnum Load Data; 28 Nosler Load Data; 300 AAC Blackout Load Data; 30-30 Winchester Load Data; 30/40 Krag Load Data; 308 Marlin Express Load Data; 300 Savage Load Data; 308 Winchester Load Data; 30 Thompson Center Load Data; 30-06 Springfield Load Data; 300 Ruger Compact Magnum (RCM) Load Data; 308 Norma Magnum Load Data .300 AAC Blackout - Manufacturer Loading Data. The bullet on the left is the 150 Hornady & the right one is a 130 gr.,Speer Varmint bullet, ( I shot a seven point buck in West Virginia with a M1 Garrand with this bullet & can tell ya ,it was devastating .). Cartridge : .300 AAC Blackout (SAAMI) Bullet : .308, 150, Nosler BalTip 30150 Useable Case Capaci: 18.118 grain H2O = 1.176 cm³ Cartridge O.A.L. I changed the battery in the Chrono & all went well after that . Select your cartridge type from the drop-down list. 150gr.sp. Don't really know what to make of it, but the majority of my readings were all in the 2000-2100 range so I'm guessing those are the good ones. My most accurate load so far ( really to early in testing to be sure ) was a 125 TNT , 20gr. HP C.O.A.L. MK's to load & made some test rounds for tomorrow . Load Data: Case: Lake City – Carolina Brass: Sierra Jacketed SP BC: 0.338 2.100” OAL SD: 0.226 Sugg Max StartingVelocity Pressure Load Velocity Pressure Powder Grains FPS Grains I also may have been a little close to the chrono. Find what you need in four easy steps. Select your cartridge type from the drop-down list. Another consideration is range – we find the 300 Blackout perfectly acceptable for taking deer within 150 yards. The 16.5 grains of H110 at 16.5 is moderate. .The longer heavy bullets will get interference with the rib in a std. 190 grain sub-x ballistic gel test. Some powders do that to them . With a better trigger ,It will be a very good performer . This was once fired LC 5.56 brass, even though it was only a few ,its enough to change primer manufacturers, I will use CCI & WW  next. survivalshop, March 10, 2011 in 300 AAC Blackout. , H110        avg. This will allow for proper penetration and expansion and a marked level of improved performance when it comes to terminal ballistics. I also use a Redding PM & its very good dispensing most powders , some powders don't work in just about any PM. I've been told that I should try to see what results I can get with the 175's but I have some really nice Lapua 155's from one of my friends. Use at your own risk. Watch your headspace too, that can cause the primers to back out. I probably had a 1/2 " group at 50 yrds' & really wasn't trying very hard , I was using the chrono to test this load. Cast or jacketed data with the same grain weight and profile will work with our …   Pasted as rich text. This will mean that, instead of headspaceing off the cartridge the dummy will haedspace off the point of interferance of the bullet, right? 1.845” #2110.308” 110 gr. 300 AAC Blackout ; 300BLK reloading Sign in to follow this .   Your link has been automatically embedded. No primers showed any high pressure signs ( blow out primers can be caused by many things ). This is the first rounds fired through this complete rifle with the POF lower & carbine buffer assembly, all new,never fired lower assembly. I was shooting without the handguard so I could adjust the gas system, so I had no sights on the gun and didn't want to accidently hit the borrowed chrono. The only concern I have with that is that the heavier bullets may require large holdovers at longer range. [imghttp://i394.photobucket.com/albums/pp30/oldpanhead58/LH1722.jpg]http://. H110          ,avg. Loaded on a Dillon 550B with Forster bench rest die set. 300 AAC Blackout RIFLE RELOADING DATA 2 #2100.308” 110 gr. CCI primers are generally regarded as the hardest and should give good service in a high pressure round like that. By I used a borrowed Redding 3BR powder measure and measured the first 5 or 6 drops and then loaded my ammo with only one check in the middle. 110: Sierra: RN Pro-Hunter: Lil Gun: 16: 2150: 1129: 18.5: 2400: 1407 #2100: 1.845: 1x8” Rem 7 ½ Hornady ballistics. I only publish load data for loads that I have loaded and shot. I did have a couple of primers that blew out part way with the 20 gr.load of H110. Id like to give them a shot instead of the 220 Sierra's. I am currently using H4198 and RE-7 with 180gr and 165gr bullets using data from the Sierra manual. This ammo was with Rem. My friend that first suggested this powder told me that he has loaded up to 17.5 gr of this powder with no pressure problems, although when I ask what his fps readings were with that loading he tells me that he never chrono'd them? × Won't that harm the barrel? Hornady 150 gr SP for 300 blackout? if set up with too long of COL. You can make some dummy rds up with different COL & measure after test feeding into the chamber & if they don't have any marks from the lands , fail to feed or the bullet is pushed back farther into the case , you should be able to load a few test rounds to see how they work . The trigger sucks ,the rings are too low now & I guess I can't expect much precision work from a old Turkey scope . Although I'm impatient about getting the upper put together, I'm prepared for the load development to be a slower ongoing effort for me. The Extreme Spread , I'm going to have to work on, not sure why its up that high . I am going to put some info on head space & COL (cartridge overall length)in a new thread in the reloading section for all to read , it may answer all your questions , maybe not specifically the 300BLK ,but at least you will know some thing more about it & come up with safer loads . At 2.247 (with very slight variation on the press) fed find even with loading 30 rounds into a Gen 2 PMAG for me. mag. Speer , 19 gr. ,Hornady , 15 gr. , I was not expecting that , the ammo was all hand weighed & seated the same . I am getting some Hornady 30 cal .308 150 gr sp (3031) bullets free from Hornady and need some load data for them please. works , you can aways use it to set up your seating die in the future. Using bullets from Hornady V-Max, Berger TGT FB, Nosler BT, Speer HP, Sierra HPBT, Nosler HPBT, Hornady InterBond, Hornady BTHP, Speer SP, Hornady A-Max, Berger TACT.
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