.300 AAC Blackout Remington Premier Match 125-grain OTM

posted on December 13, 2013

Surprisingly, Remington's lightweight match offering was not quite as accurate as the company's AccuTip load. In the gel test, the bullet consistently yawed almost immediately after impact. This resulted in a deviation from its path, causing the bullet to veer out the side, bottom or top of the gel block after penetrating about 12 inches.

Remington Premier Match 125-grain OTM

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