300 BLACKOUT 190 gr SUB-X® TAP®

Item #80895

Hornady® 300 Blackout features a 190 gr. SUB-X™ (Subsonic eXpanding) bullet with patented Flex Tip® technology, specifically designed to expand at subsonic velocities yet meet FBI protocol. This cartridge is loaded with a powder that is optimized to provide flash suppression, clean burning, yet function in short barrel to carbine length rifles.

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Ballistics

Product Details

Bullet

Ballistic Coefficient: (G1): .437 Sectional Density: 0.286 Recommended Rifling Twist Rate: Best terminal performance achieved in 1:8” twist Characteristics: Polymer tipped, Expanding

Case

300 BLACKOUT
  • Match Grade Brass Composite

Powder & Primer

Powder: Temperature stable with flash retardant Primer: Small rifle, Staked primer pocket

Packaging & Lot Numbers

  • 20 rounds per box
  • 10 boxes per case (200 rounds per case)
Download Spec Sheet PDF includes cartridge schematic, packaging photography and more.
SAAMI Test Barrel 1:8" (16")
Muzzle
50 Yards
100 Yards
200 Yards
300 Yards
400 Yards
500 Yards
Velocity
(FPS)
Energy
(ft/lb)
Trajectory
(inches)
1050
465
-1.5
0
N/A
0
998
420
0
955
384
-33.4
918
355
-104.9
885
331
-217.7
856
309
-375.1
Noveske® CQB 1:8" (10.5")
Muzzle
50 Yards
100 Yards
200 Yards
300 Yards
400 Yards
500 Yards
Velocity
(FPS)
Energy
(ft/lb)
Trajectory
(inches)
1047
462
-1.5
0
N/A
0
996
418
0
954
384
-33.5
917
355
-105.2
884
330
-218.3
855
308
-375.9
LMT CQB 1:8" (8")
Muzzle
50 Yards
100 Yards
200 Yards
300 Yards
400 Yards
500 Yards
Velocity
(FPS)
Energy
(ft/lb)
Trajectory
(inches)
1041
457
-1.5
0
N/A
0
991
414
0
949
380
-33.8
913
352
-106.5
881
328
-220.4
852
306
-379.4
AAC 1:8" (9")
Muzzle
50 Yards
100 Yards
200 Yards
300 Yards
400 Yards
500 Yards
Velocity
(FPS)
Energy
(ft/lb)
Trajectory
(inches)
1050
465
-1.5
0
N/A
0
998
420
0
956
385
-33.4
919
356
-104.6
886
331
-217.3
856
309
-374.2