What suppressor is needed for 300 Blackout?

The GMT-300BLK is a compact (6.7” long) and lightweight (14 ounces) suppressor that is optimized for use with both super- and subsonic ammunition in short-barreled rifles. This direct-thread silencer is as versatile as it is convenient.

Is subsonic 300 Blackout effective?

The 300 Blackout has a variety of effective ranges depending on the load you are using. Subsonic loads have less range than supersonic loads. As a hunting load for humane reasons, it’s more of a short range round. Inside 100 to 200 yards the 300 Blackout is a deer slaying machine.

Is a 300 Blackout AR worth it?

The . 300 BLK offers a wider range of projectile choices, thanks to the . 30 caliber bore, burns its full potential in a 9-inch barrel, and is a much better choice for hunting. It also has the ability to cycle both super and subsonic ammunition without modification.

Can I shoot 300 Blackout through a 7.62 suppressor?

300 WM, for example, will fit through any of the suppressors – but they are not all designed to handle that kind of pressure. As a general rule, you can put anything up to . 308 through these 7.62mm suppressors without an issue.

Can you use a 223 suppressor on a 300 Blackout?

223 caliber rifle silencer can handle with the addition of 300 Blackout in supersonic and subsonic loads and . 30 caliber rifle cartridges with lower pressures, such as 30-30 Winchester and 7.62 x 39.

How far can 300 Blackout subsonic shoot?

Using M4 military standards, the max effective range of 300 AAC Blackout from a 16 inch barrel is 460 meters. From a 9 inch barrel (2050 fps): – 100 inches drop at 410 meters – 41 inches drift at 470 meters – 291 ft-lbs of energy at 625 meters, so 440 meter max effective range for a 9 inch.

Which is better 7.62 or 300 Blackout?

300 Blackout and 7.62x39mm loads have a flatter trajectory and retain more energy than the . 30-30 out past 200 yards. The 7.62×39 has a little more kinetic energy, but the . 300 Blackout has a slightly flatter trajectory due to higher ballistic coefficient of the .