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300 whisper/Blackout bolt action suppressed hunting rifle for Nov1st 2012

Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by dubs chops, Sep 8, 2012.

  1. MoBoost

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  2. 338Shooter

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    I've never seen an MOA subsonic 300blk group posted. I've seen lots of posts about people shooting them though.
     
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    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.
     
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    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:

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    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:

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    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!
     
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    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.
     
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    When are we going to go play with that can of yours, Dustin?
     
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    Any time you like!
     
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    Maybe next Monday or Tuesday?
     
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    I'm meeting a client on Tuesday I know for sure. Monday might work.
     
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    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.

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    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.

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