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Those of you that are so inclined to use 300Blk, what’s your choice for an HD round?


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Although 300 Blackout isn’t what I’d normally prefer as a defensive cartridge, I do have guns chambered for the round and I settled on Hornady 110 grain V-MAX as probably the best for my purposes based on its ballistics and reviews I have seen.




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Hornady 110 grain V-MAX


Seeing what it does to water jugs, I heartily agree with what sigfreund has suggested.

If you're suppressed, it's also available in a 208 grain sub-sonic version, which is equally detrimental to soft targets at defensive range.
 
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You really should use full power supersonic ammo for social use. I like Hornady's V-Max and CX projectiles.

300BLK SBR is my go-to.
 
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Barnes 110-grain TAC-TX for me--It's expensive, but my Family is worth it...
 
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Thanks guys, my SBR’d BCM that’s suppressed is a great HD gun. I grab 300Blk ammo when I can, I guess I have two or three mags of HD stuff. Definitely need more.



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I have the Hornady 208 in subs and the 110 in supers.



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Barnes 110-grain TAC-TX for me--It's expensive, but my Family is worth it...


Yes the solid copper Barnes projectiles are hell-on-wheels.
 
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I have Underwood 110gr Armageddon .300 Blackout in my home defense Sig Rattler - also a Witt SME to lessen the noise somewhat. We can't have suppressors here in Illinois, but I keep electronic hearing protection muffs with any home defense firearm at all times. It's especially critical with rifle caliber "pistols".
 
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Barnes 110-grain TAC-TX for me--It's expensive, but my Family is worth it...


Same here. Custom made my own.
 
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