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
16 days 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
15 days 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
16 days 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
16 days ago

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

Vanns40
Vanns40
16 days 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
16 days 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
16 days 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