What is a 300 AAC Blackout?

What is a 300 AAC Blackout?

.300 AAC Blackout. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The .300 AAC Blackout (designated as the 300 BLK by the SAAMI and 300 AAC Blackout by the C.I.P.), also known as 7.62×35mm is a carbine cartridge developed in the United States by Advanced Armament Corporation (AAC) for use in the M4 carbine.

Was the AAC Blackout made for the SAS?

It was made for the special forces in real life, when a US team approached AAC Blackout inventor Kevin Brittingham and the team at AAC. Like the SAS, they wanted a replacement for the 9mm semi-automatic HK MP5.

What is the difference between the 45 ACP and the 300 AAC?

These ballistics are superficially similar to those of the .45 ACP; however, the .300 AAC is designed from the ground up as a rifle cartridge and its spitzer profile and much higher sectional density enables much better medium range performance.

Is the AAC Blackout the best semi-automatic weapon?

The AAC Blackout really is two guns in one with a can. You can have a silenced semi-auto weapon of war in your gun safes that won’t blow out your ear drums as well. You will struggle to find a better Combat weapon than these. 1. Daniel Defense DDM4 V7P

What is supersonic 300 AAC ammo?

Supersonic .300 AAC loads fire a light 90-125 grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2,200-2,600 feet per second. Supersonic ammo in this caliber often uses OTM (open tipped match) bullets intended for competitive and precision shooting; these should not be confused with expanding hollow point projectiles.

What is the Acoustical AC-300 calibrator?

The Acoustical AC-300 Calibrator is specifically designed for field calibration of Quest sound level meters and noise dosimeters across a wide range of temperature, humidity and pressure conditions. ACOUSTICAL AC-300 CALIBRATOR