Barnaul Ammunition Now Offered in .300 AAC Blackout

Barnaul Ammunition Now Offered in .300 AAC Blackout
Barnaul Ammunition Now Offered in .300 AAC Blackout

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- Barnaul, the world’s leading manufacturer of precision steel-case ammunition, has announced the availability of its premium .300 AAC Blackout ammo in the U.S.

The new Barnaul .300 AAC Blackout is offered in 145-grain FMJ with a 1,985 fps-rated muzzle velocity. Intended for high-volume target shooting and training for the increasingly popular .300 AAC Blackout AR-platform rifles and pistols, this cartridge delivers all the key features that have made Barnaul ammo the go-to choice of discerning, price-conscious shooters across two continents.

All Barnaul ammunition is built using premium steel cases and bullets manufactured at the company’s facility in Russia. An advanced, high-temperature polymer coating is applied to the steel cases to ensure flawless operation in U.S.-manufactured firearms machined to close tolerances. The polymer coating on this Barnaul ammunition will perform flawlessly even under high-temperature, full-auto conditions. Additionally, Barnaul utilizes non-corrosive powder and primers to deliver the cleanest-burning steel-case ammunition on the market today.

With retail pricing at about 1/2 the price of comparable brass cartridges, combined with flawless performance and clean operation, Barnaul ammunition is the perfect choice for shooters who enjoy long-range sessions and who are looking to keep their skills sharp.

Barnaul .300 AAC Blackout Specifications

  • Bullet: 145 grains, full metal jacket
  • Ballistic Coefficient (G1): 0,366
  • Muzzle Velocity V0 ft/sec: 1,985
  • Muzzle Energy E0 J ft/lb: 1,268
  • Max Powder Pressure Bar (lb/inch2): 50,763
  • Cartridge Max Length: 2.15 inches
  • Cartridge Average Weight: 239 grains
  • Rounds per Box: 20
  • Rounds per Case: 500

For more information on Barnaul steel-case ammunition in popular rifle and pistol calibers, visit barnaulammo.com. MKS Supply is the exclusive distributor and marketer of Barnaul ammunition, Hi-Point Firearms, and Inland Manufacturing.


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Based in Dayton, OH, MKS Supply, LLC has over two decades of experience in firearm marketing and merchandising, with a proven nationwide distributor network. MKS Supply is the exclusive distributor of Barnaul ammunition, and represents firearm manufacturers Hi-Point and Inland Manufacturing.

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Rock
Rock (@rock)
1 year ago

Midsouth Shooters has them for $9.99 per box of 20, if you want them.
I am not into the steel cased ammo myself.
BUT, from what I have researched, the American Steel ammo from Freedom Arms IS 100% reloadable, they have reloaded the same cases up to 5 times without problems, ZERO. Check/watch the video.
So YES, theirs are completely reloadable and brass plated instead of the lacquer coating…
The other steel casings…. Not sure if I would even attempt them and I have been reloading for almost 50 years.

Skippy
Skippy (@brown1972)
1 year ago
Reply to  Rock

They say you can but they don’t recommend it and those are straight wall cases I doubt you’ll be able to do that with a bottle neck casing. Steel doesn’t give to reshape like brass does plus I wouldn’t want to run that steel inside my dies. Just my opinion for reloading for almost 30 years

Rock
Rock (@rock)
1 year ago

“Price Conscious” and “Half the Price”….
WHAT IS THE PRICE ????????????
If you are going to go on about the great frigging price, SHOW IT !

Ryben Flynn
Ryben Flynn
1 year ago

I will not use steel case ammo in any of my firearms. I will NOT reload steel cases.

Vanns40
Vanns40 (@vanns40)
1 year ago
Reply to  Ryben Flynn

Well, since, as far as I know, you can’t reload steel cases, I suppose that’s a moot point.

Vanns40
Vanns40 (@vanns40)
1 year ago
Reply to  Vanns40

As a PS: I shouldn’t have said “can’t”. A more correct statement would have been that it’s way more trouble than most find it worth. As far as shooting the stuff, I’ve found no problems at all.

Skippy
Skippy (@brown1972)
1 year ago
Reply to  Ryben Flynn

You must not know much about steel casing or reloading. I don’t want to be anywhere near you if you’re reloading your own ammunition because if you think you can reload still casings I would hate to see what you mastermind on something you can