.300 AAC Blackout DoubleTap Tactical 240-grain Sierra MatchKing

posted on December 13, 2013
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This was the heaviest factory load I could round up, and accuracy was a bit better than the average for all the subsonic loads tested. Terminal performance mirrored that of the other subsonic non-expanding bullets, with deep, straight-line penetration. Reliability was dismal. The load would not cycle the AAC carbine at all, and in the JP rifle, it fully cycled the action only 30 percent of the time.

DoubleTap Tactical 240-grain Sierra MatchKing

.300 AAC Blackout factory ammunition round-up


handgun with bullets and magazine
handgun with bullets and magazine

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