HPR Introduces the New .300 AAC Blackout in 110-Grain Barnes TTSX Configuration

posted on December 30, 2014

The Barnes TTSX projectile received accolades in the hunting community and was a major factor in its selection to the HPR .300 Blackout line. 

HPR's new 110-grain Barnes TTSX provides hunters with a powerhouse round has the ability to perform like a professional athlete in its prime, taking targets down with force. HPR insisted on delivering a round that hunters can rely and depend on for accuracy and power without sacrificing one for the other. It expands consistently with perfect penetrations ensuring clean, professional shots.

HPR's new 110-grain Barnes TTSX Blackout the ultimate mild recoil, lethal, accurate, lead free round for big game hunting. And it's California Compliant making it a great option for hunters choosing non-toxic rounds.

HPR .300 Blackout in 110-grain Barnes TTSX Ammo features:

  • Caliber: .300 AAC Blackout
  • Bullet Weight: 110 Grain
  • Muzzle Velocity: 2311 fps
  • 100 Yd. Velocity: 2033 fps
  • Muzzle Energy: 1304 ft. /lbs.
  • 100 Yd. Energy: 1010 ft. /lbs.
  • Box of 20 rounds
  • MSRP $ 33.99


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