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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by dubs chops, Sep 8, 2012.
I've never seen an MOA subsonic 300blk group posted. I've seen lots of posts about people shooting them though.
The wind was moving that target around a ton. That is a terrible indicator of what that guys setup is capable of. Though I will admit, it is honest.
I think the sub sonic version of the round is best suited for a closer range. Here is a guy's 50 yard paper, with 16" and a can:
Here is another guy's, shooting 220s @ 100 yards. I do not know the barrel length, if it was suppressed or not, or the time between shots. He did say it was his best group, with most being 1 to 2 inches:
The 300 BLK is appealing to me for what it is in a supersonic round. I have no suppressor (yet). I like the fact that in makes my AR able the shoot something biggerer, but still use all the same parts less the barrel. If I ever do end up with a can, I will probably not ever bother with subsonic anyway. Just something to take the edge off.
I like your rifle, Dubs. It's neato!
Supersonic they are great. Subs not so much. I don't doubt there have been MOA groups with it, but I do doubt that they are consistently shooting MOA or better even when they do their part.
When are we going to go play with that can of yours, Dustin?
Any time you like!
Maybe next Monday or Tuesday?
I'm meeting a client on Tuesday I know for sure. Monday might work.
And to add, I love the rifle too. I think it will make a fantastic deer gun. I just don't think it will be a one hole wonder bench gun shooting subs.
Here's a chart I made a while back for the .300blk loads I'd work with.
And the heavies do pretty good in the wind surprisingly. The light bullets do better for drop, but suck it up hard core in the wind.