Aguila Ammunition Announces .300 AAC Blackout Round

Aguila Ammunition Announces .300 AAC Blackout Round
Aguila Ammunition Announces .300 AAC Blackout Round

Aguila AmmunitionCONROE, TEXAS-(Ammoland.com)- Texas Armament & Technology (TxAT) and Aguila Ammunition are pleased to be adding a .300 AAC Blackout round to their product offerings.

The high-performance, compact round was originally developed by Advanced Armament Corp. (AAC) as a method of launching 30 caliber projectiles from the AR platform without a reduction in magazine capacity and while retaining compatibility with the standard bolt.

Aguila Ammunition's .300 AAC Blackout delivers broad capabilities in a shorter, lightweight, durable, and low-recoiling package.

“Our new .300 AAC Blackout design delivers impact and accuracy, with low recoil much like other Aguila rounds,” says John Domolky, Director of Sales for TxAT/Aguila Ammunition, “and exceeds the 5.56x45mm in reliability in every barrel length, and especially in pistol lengths.

As the .30 caliber round of choice for most AR-15 platform hunters and many 3-Gun shooters, our customers have been asking for an Aguila round to meet these standards. We've been working closely with our manufacturing team in Cuernavaca to see this SAAMI-certified, 150-grain bullet developed and it's finally time to get it in the market for tactical applications, self-defense pistols, and bolt-action hunting rifles.”

 It's currently available in a 50-round box with a 20-round box option being added soon.
It's currently available in a 50-round box with a 20-round box option being added soon.

The sales team at TxAT/Aguila Ammunition is working on deep distribution for this product. It's currently available in a 50-round box with a 20-round box option being added soon. There is no doubt, like with all Aguila Ammunition, the .300 AAC Blackout will yield a competitive, yet customer friendly price-point. This new round, and other Aguila centerfire can be viewed online at https://www.aguilaammo.com/centerfire/.

About Aguila Ammunition

Aguila Ammunition, founded in 1961, is manufactured in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico by Industrias Tecnos, S.A. de C.V. As one of the largest rimfire manufacturers in the world, Aguila utilizes cutting-edge technology to manufacture quality rimfire, centerfire and shotshell ammunition. Aguila offers a complete range of products for the self-defense, sport shooting, hunting, law enforcement and military markets. Texas Armament & Technology is the exclusive North American distributor for Aguila Ammunition.

About Texas Armament & Technology

Texas Armament & Technology (TxAT) is the exclusive distributor of Aguila Ammunition in the U.S. and Canadian markets. TxAT specializes in distributing high-quality brands around the globe including distribution into the Mexican market. From marketing strategy, planning and implementation to operational optimization and logistics, TxAT has the experience to bring products to market both domestically and abroad, delivering solutions that deliver results.

For more information on Aguila Ammunition, visit the company website at www.aguilaammo.com

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    Whodaty
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    Whodaty

    While they’re at it, I would REALLY like them to up greatly production of the mini shot shells they offer, but one can never find at a retailer. Talk about a sweet home defense round!

    James
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    James

    Make your own for .38/.357 using 000Buck or 00 and Speer Shot Shell capsules.

    Whodaty
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    Whodaty

    James,
    Likely would not work well in a 12ga pump. But thanks….

    Danny
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    Danny

    How about .308Winchestert caliber?

    Notalima
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    Notalima

    The more the merrier. More competition (usually) equals more competitive prices.

    subguy
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    subguy

    I shoot 110 gr. hornady for varmints and defense rounds, and 212 gr. hornady for sub-sonic. Both cycle well in a full length .300 blk. and a 10.5″ pistol .300 blk.

    Rock
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    Rock

    How hard is it to POST THE PRICE ?????

    Paul Houghton
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    Paul Houghton

    Amen on that