Will never shoot 223 just 300 Blackout!

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  1. Benny503

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    300 BO bugs bite me so this came home with me. And of course good things alway happen in bedroom.

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    Unzip it, slowly unzip it!
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    And here come a new Baby... Welcome to this world a new pistol made here in Grants Pass, Oregon by Doc Holidays Gun. It a A-team AR-15 that have the 300BO barrel

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    I was trying out all the left over AR stuffs that I had long time ago. I found a AR15 magazine full of Hornady VMax 223. Then my thought, what would happen if I accidentally loaded 223 ammo in 300BO barrel? They both use the same casing. I am pretty sure the pistol will load 223 in 300 barrel.
     
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    Is that the crazy upper and lower they make that costs almost $1,000?
     
  3. IronMonster

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    Not only will it load, it will in some cases fire. I have seen the aftermath of a .300 AAC round fired in a 5.56 gun. Turns all your pretty bits into scrap. I suspect firing a 5.56 in a .300 BLK would not destroy the gun to the same extent as the projectile would most likely make it out the end of the barrel, however I doubt it would do good things to the accuracy of the weapon.
     
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    Yeah, a 5.56 skipping down a .30cal barrel may tend to ding up the rifling a bit, yes?
     
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    Thats why I just stick to 7.62x39 ;)
     
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    Wuss. :D
     
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    For what quality 7.62 x 39 ammo cost, you might as well be shooting a .308
     
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    Indeed. One day we'll have diverse and affordable load options for the 7.62x39.
     
  9. erudne

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    Have you priced 300 BO?:confused:
     
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    300 BO = subsonic = SUPPRESSOR :s0035:
     
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    Use different magazines. Avoids a lot of confusion.
    I use Lancers exclusively for my suppressed .300 blk.
    Magpul's for 5.56/.223
     
  12. Benny503

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    You nailed my purpose.

    So far the best suppressed calibers that sound like Hollywood are 22lr HV ammo in handgun or SBR 4.5" less. 300 blackout sub sonic.

    I am dreaming of one of the suppressors company come out with a suppressor that does the job quiet without requiring subsonic ammo. Some how subsonnic ammo are more expensive to shoot than regular ammo.
     
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    The whole package is $2,400 at Doc Holidays Guns here in Grants Pass.
     
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    Do they have that in real life?
     
  15. rick benjamin

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    Merely fire forming the 223 cases for reloading in the blackout
     
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    This rifle built by Doc Holidays Guns and they name it the A-Team. They got them in 5.56 cal but I requested 300 black out, it was pretty easy for them to switch the barrel.
     
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    Shexy :D
     
  18. Benny503

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    All I am waiting is two sig brace then I am complete all my sbr... I meant my sbrs that I had and my pistol upgrade :)
     
  19. PDXSparky

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    Standard velocity .22LR out of a suppressed bolt gun is pretty darn quite as well. In fact, it is grin producingly quite. Pew, pew, pew....
     
  20. erudne

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    When I was abroad sub sonic 22LR was $.60 a bx and a Maxim suppressor was, over the counter,, $25 Plus $16 threading charge.
    In a nation that was Literally, Figuratively and Politically overrun with rodents of all types a suppressed rimfire was the base line of rodent mitigation. Say what one will about govt applied poisons and other Taxpayer control programs. Nothing beats
    10,000 boy scouts armed w/22's on a year long merit badge quest.
    But then that would promote individual initiative, sigh.
    Were Truely Frackxd
     

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