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5.56 once fired blank brass for 300 Blackout conversion

5.56 once fired blank brass for 300 Blackout conversion

| January 6, 2014 | 4 Comments

.300 Blackout has some ballistics advantages over other rifle calibers, especially in shorter barrel lengths. Unfortunately, it has one massive weakness: factory made ammunition is extremely expensive in comparison to 5.56×45, 5.45×39 and 7.62×39. It’s considered a “deal” when you can find .300 Blackout practice ammunition for $0.60 a round. Defensive rounds are well over […]

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