300 BLK 120 SP


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30 Cal (.308 Diameter) 120gr Spitzer Point (B.C. .303 G1)
Recommended C.O.L. 2.000
Available in 500 and 2500 count boxes
This is not loaded ammo.

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(6 customer reviews)

6 reviews for 300 BLK 120 SP

  1. bolding.kent (verified owner)

    Great and accurate for my 300 BLK at 2.0 OAL and using A1680…very happy I found these for an economical accurate load!

  2. aludy (verified owner)

    I spoke with Ben on the phone about loading these with rifle powder for my 30.06. I loaded some with 48.5 grains of Varget and same load with IMR 4895. The bullets held together great. Accuracy wasn’t good with the Varget. But the 4895 was great. Looking forward to shooting some long range steel with them.

  3. Douglas k Pettit (verified owner)

    Loading these with mp-300 , loading at 2.00 long and they are running perfect , accurate bullet ,loaded in 300 blackout

  4. MSinCO

    Excellent bullets for 300 Blackout! I’m getting just about one hole at 50yds in my various 300 BO rifles/ar pistols! Using H110, loading to right around 2.0 OAL and they just go where I aim. Can’t believe these bullets aren’t more popular, but I’m glad in a way, more for me!! Please keep making these!

  5. greyk9

    Very happy with these spire point 120 grain plated bullets for plinking. The original round nose version gave me about 3″ groups at 50 yards with a 8.5″ barrel and eotech optics. The spire point I’m getting about 1/2 that and 1.5″ groups with 16″ barrel and 3-9 scope at 100 yards. Running H110 and a coal of 2.00″.

  6. Todd (verified owner)

    I didn’t see any reviews for this bullet so I thought I would post one. I have bought 4 boxes of these to try out in a couple of calibers. The finnish, weight, diameter, are pretty much spot on. In the blackout at the recommended 2.00″ out of a 16″ ar-15 with Winchester 296 I have got them to 1,917 fps with decent accuracy and pretty good E.S. and S.D. numbers. I am currently trying them in a .308 bore 7.62×39 in ar-15 with a 16″ barrel and AA# 2015 I got an average velocity of 2,051 fps with fairly good numbers as well. They are just a bit stubby in the 7.62×39. To have .249″ of the bullet inside the brass ( the bullet itself is only .806″ long) makes the c.o.l. 2.085″ long. But to their credit they feed and shoot well with no malfunctions to speak of despite seating so short.

    if you are looking for a economical well made projectile that works as its supposed to I think this will do it for you. Now, if Accura would only make a .264 bullet for the Grendel that would be great.

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