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    Quote Originally Posted by navalbeaver View Post
    My new is 18-36 months old. I bought several thousand at a time when I could. The newer production stuff may be better.

    With what I've got, my M&P will eject shells within a couple of feet. The WWB and UMC throw it 3x that distance
    Good to know. I got a free shipping coupon by signing up for their emails. Maybe I'll try a small sample before committing to 1K just to see.

    I appreciate the feedback regardless.
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    I use freedom all the time.

    I've shot around 3k rounds of the 147gr reman 300blk in my xcr and I haven't had a single issue. I've also used around 1000 of their reman 9mm in the glock.

    I use this stuff strictly for training and can't praise it enough.

    I've also used lax ammo remanufactured stuff too with great success.

    When I shop I go to 2 websites

    Ammoseek.com

    Gunbot.net




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    LAX Ammo is the same entity as a law enforcement friendly indoor range near the international airport in Los Angeles, hence "LAX". I used to live in the area. Guess where the brass came from.

    Another source of ammo (factory new) that I check on is ammosupplywarehouse.com. It's run out of a dude's garage in the middle of nowhere (Pahrump, NV). Not far from Front Sight. Used to have good prices circa 2011. Not sure about now.
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    Anybody have experience with Federal Armament? They have 220 grain 300BLK loaded in once fired cases for $391.59 delivered. This seems really reasonable.

    300 Blackout 220 Grain TMJ Plated Subsonic - Federal Armament, LLC.
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    Dang good price from what it has been. I haven't been really following 300BLK prices but this is pretty good it looks like even for reloads.

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    For subsonic that is insanely low.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TTEngineer View Post
    I use freedom all the time.

    I've shot around 3k rounds of the 147gr reman 300blk in my xcr and I haven't had a single issue. I've also used around 1000 of their reman 9mm in the glock.

    I use this stuff strictly for training and can't praise it enough.

    I've also used lax ammo remanufactured stuff too with great success.

    When I shop I go to 2 websites

    Ammoseek.com

    Gunbot.net




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    How's your accuracy with the 300? I got a bit of it and it was 4-6" at 100yds. I've had much better luck with Ozark's 147, 1.5" at 100. I've heard of guys having issues with ozark but that's been the best shooting reloads I've found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navalbeaver View Post
    How's your accuracy with the 300? I got a bit of it and it was 4-6" at 100yds. I've had much better luck with Ozark's 147, 1.5" at 100. I've heard of guys having issues with ozark but that's been the best shooting reloads I've found.
    I don't shoot from a bench so I can't give you an idea.

    When I zeroed at 50 yards though I was getting around a 1" group.


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    Federal armament also charges a credit card fee. So the grand total for 1000 rounds of subsonic 300blk was right at $402.00 delivered.

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    Update on Federal Armament. The 300blk ammo I purchased will not feed or chamber. They used a rather short 220 gr bullet, a round nose. The other 220 gr subsonic I have from American Eagle is a Spitzer shaped bullet. I'll attach a comparison picture. And a picture of the ammo in a mag. Tell me what you think .
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