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    Looking for someone that can or is currently loading 300 Blackout rounds preferably with 110 Grain bullets (trying to stay supersonic)

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    Cant help with the light & fast stuff... i strictly load for heavy subs, and in a bolt gun too boot... that said, if you are looking for data or help, let me know.
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    thanks I appreciate it I have been looking into it not sure if I am going to get into just reloading it myself or not up in the Air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armydoc4 View Post
    Looking for someone that can or is currently loading 300 Blackout rounds preferably with 110 Grain bullets (trying to stay supersonic)
    I am beginning to dabble in 300BO myself. I am also desiring to stay super but it seems that most of the writeups are for subs. My expectation is that I will work up a load using standard 5.56 type powders to find what it takes to stay supersonic without overpressuring. I am interested if you stumble into any information.

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    There is a dedicated 300 BLK forum. Just Google it. Hours, and hours of informative reading there, and all the load data a guy could ever want!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alangaq View Post
    There is a dedicated 300 BLK forum. Just Google it. Hours, and hours of informative reading there, and all the load data a guy could ever want!
    Agreed! Not much info on super loads however (or at least burried quite well). I understand that the real challenge is to get a good sub load that cycles the action correctly. The 300 BO is not a long range shooter, but the components are readily available. I should be shooting by February, so I will have some good entertainment building a quality super load.

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    thanks for the info guys I am still trying to buy some LOL if anyone comes across it

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