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300 blackout from fed arm

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by mr ed, Jan 19, 2017.

  1. mr ed

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    Definitely cheaper than buying new subsonics.

    They show to have the 220 grain bullets for 219 per 1000 or around 22 cents per round. To reload it's about 9.9 grains of H110 ends up around 4 cents per, cci 450 at around 4 cents per and cut down some 5.56 brass bought at 12 cents per all considering retail prices they are cutting it pretty tight to a reload. Take out the cost for brass and it gets cheaper to reload real quick even getting their bullets.

    Quite a few people are waiting for xtreme bullets to start making heavier bullets in the 308 caliber I suspect they would price a little less with their 150 grain plated ones go for around 11 cents per round. Adding another 70 grains shouldn't double the price. I would expect a plated 220 grain 308 bullet to go for around 18 or 19 cents per from them.
     
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    I'm beginning to wonder. Seems they're receiving a bunch of their gun parts and brass from China.
    If they are getting the bullets from China, they are probably soft as mush.
     

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