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2 hours ago, alleycat72 said:

Would be good for night hunting. Expensive pig gun, but barrels will come out.

I think the barrel and mag swap being the only thing needed to make a .223 into this might help it. 

I would try one out on some pigs if I could find any to hunt that is not gonna cost me $3k+ or a 10 hour drive

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20 hours ago, Ronald_55 said:

Just saw this today. They are calling it the 30-30 for the AR. Anyone know anything about it?


I know many will disagree, but comparing a new cartridge to a 30-30 doesn't impress me.  A 30-30 totally sucks, IMHO, for anything beyond 150-200 yards due to the heavy bullet which drops like a rock after 100 yards.  The 300Blk is compared to the 30-30 too, but is geared toward subs, this one says no subs.  Just not enough there for me.

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1 hour ago, Danie5978 said:

I just bought a new 300 Ham'r barrels. I put it on a 3yr. old American Tactical AR I have. I'm taking it out this weekend to warm it up. I read that it shoots flat and has consistent 1" moa. I'll let you know how it goes.

Great. Love to hear about it.

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I just bought a 16" Bill Wilson barrel in 300 HAMR barrel today and hope to have the rifle built around the 1st of the New Year.    I will start with the 125 grain bullet and CFE-BLK as a powder.    There isn't much load data available, and some it is conflicting.    I was going to use 27 grains but one source says 26.5 is MAX.   Plan to use the rifle for WhitetailDeer and Hogs + plinking.  

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