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Old 10-24-2019, 05:55 PM   #1
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Default 300 blackout Barnes TAC-TX

Iíll be the first to admit Iíve always been skeptical of the 300bo round. I had a 10.5Ē upper that I used with a thermal to hog hunt with. We shoot a lot so I went with the 120gr Remington hollow points that you get at walmart. They are cheap and I wasnít that impressed with them. I swapped over both of my thermal ARs to 7.62 x 39 and the cheap soft points perform great.

I recently traded the 10.5Ē upper for a ruger American ranch bolt gun in 300 bo. I planned on using it as a ranch gun and run it suppressed since I always have my little girl or nephews with me.

Sighted it in with 110gr Barnes TAC-TX and it was sub Moa at 100íyards and pushes the 110gr bullets right at 2400fps.

Driving through the pasture and come up on a herd of hogs shoot one running and hit itís spine on the back end. Knocked it down but it was still trying to get off with its front end. Shoot it in the shoulder angled hard to me at about 80 yards. The little Barnes expanded great and was stuck in the skin on off side at the back of its ribs. Bullet expended perfectly. If youíre looking for a handy little ranch gun donít overlook the 300 with this ammo


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Old 10-24-2019, 09:08 PM   #2
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Glad to see the little gun killing pigs, I've got that upper dialed in and hopefully will draw some blood with it this weekend. It is shooting about moa with my handloads with a 120 Speer TNT.
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I shoot them as well. Dang good bullet.
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Old 10-24-2019, 10:01 PM   #4
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I recovered this one last year...
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Old 10-24-2019, 10:09 PM   #5
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I Hated Barnes when I HAD to shoot them in CA when they outlawed Lead in certain areas. (now it's statewide).
I think a lot of that hate was just on principal LOL.
I'd try that round in my Blackout though
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The 110 and 120 grain TAC TX bullets are THE bullet to shoot in the blackout.


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It’s all I shoot in mine and have excellent results
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Good review! Trying to decide what to run supersonic in my 300bo, I do love a barnes bullet!
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Old 10-24-2019, 11:48 PM   #9
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Good review! Trying to decide what to run supersonic in my 300bo, I do love a barnes bullet!
If you reload Hornady is coming out with a new 190 grain tipped bullet, it is supposed to expand down to 900 fps.

Nevermind I have subs on the brain and misread your post.
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Old 10-25-2019, 12:48 AM   #10
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Those bullets perform out of sbr length tubes just like the min 16"...as they were designed with the super sonic 110gr 300BO speeds.

I'm limiting subs to controlled distances / hunting applications.
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The 110 and 120 grain TAC TX bullets are THE bullet to shoot in the blackout.


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Old 10-25-2019, 11:51 AM   #12
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If you reload Hornady is coming out with a new 190 grain tipped bullet, it is supposed to expand down to 900 fps.

Nevermind I have subs on the brain and misread your post.
Right now I'm running 208 Amax subsonic but if Barnes can get a 190 to run subsonic and expand... I'm all ears!
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Old 10-25-2019, 01:52 PM   #13
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I was really frustrated with my blackout and subs on hogs. I finally decided to try the barnes 110 Tac-TX and shooting supers. Glad I did. While shooting subs is fun, I like for the hogs to drop.
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Itís all I shoot in mine and have excellent results
x2 in my 7.5" SBR
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I was really frustrated with my blackout and subs on hogs. I finally decided to try the barnes 110 Tac-TX and shooting supers. Glad I did. While shooting subs is fun, I like for the hogs to drop.


The problem with subs in the Blackout is you are talking a rifle cartridge and reducing it to pistol energy levels. Energy level with 220 grain subs is roughly the same as 45 ACP.


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Between my wife and I we have shot 6 deer with that load and same rifle, it kills em dead.
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Old 10-27-2019, 09:16 AM   #17
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The problem with subs in the Blackout is you are talking a rifle cartridge and reducing it to pistol energy levels. Energy level with 220 grain subs is roughly the same as 45 ACP.


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I agree. But that is true for any subsonic round with 220 grains (or less).
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I agree. But that is true for any subsonic round with 220 grains (or less).


Yep thatís why I built a 458 Socom to shoot 500 grain subsonics.


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Old 10-27-2019, 09:40 PM   #19
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Thats a big chunk of lead.
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Old 10-28-2019, 02:55 PM   #20
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same, i load the 120 with 17.5 grs. of winchester 296, the grand kids have taken several deer and hogs with it....
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I am using the Hornady 208gr AMAX subsonic and have had mixed results out of my 10.5" AR. Shot a hog in the head between the eyes and obviously dropped it on the spot. Shot one last weekend broadside in the shoulder, it dropped but ended up getting up and running about 50 yards. Been debating using the 208gr for doe tags but I'm concerned about the performance. I like the idea of subsonic with suppressor and leaving the barrel inside the blind, they almost don't even react to the shot but I might have to try the 110gr Barnes. Are these available to purchase factory ammo or will I have to reload them? I have reloading stuff but have yet to get dies and setup for 300blk.
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Old 10-28-2019, 05:57 PM   #22
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... I might have to try the 110gr Barnes. Are these available to purchase factory ammo or will I have to reload them? I have reloading stuff but have yet to get dies and setup for 300blk.
You can buy the bullets themselves: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1010410999?pid=614359

Or as loaded ammunition: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1001895644

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You can buy the bullets themselves: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1010410999?pid=614359

Or as loaded ammunition: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1001895644

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If you decide to load for the 110 barnes, go with a case full of H110 or W296...they are the same powder so buy whatever is cheaper & every BO hand loader I know uses one or the other.
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Both my AR and my 700 bolt gun will STACK the cheap 120gr Remington green/white boxed hollow points, but canít get tighter than 1.5Ē group with the factory Barnes load. Wish I did because they have proven themselves to me.

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Same here for my AR...had to handload to get them under about 1.5". Factory stuff was totally usable but not what I was hoping for accuracy wise.

Haven't run any of the factory Barnes loads through my bolt gun, but it really likes that bullet in my handloads. I'm using H110.

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If you decide to load for the 110 barnes, go with a case full of H110 or W296...they are the same powder so buy whatever is cheaper & every BO hand loader I know uses one or the other.


Iím the odd man out. I use Alliant 300MP. Runs about 100fps faster than H110/W296 and the blackout needs all the help it can get.

I get 2315fps from an 8Ē barrel.

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Both my AR and my 700 bolt gun will STACK the cheap 120gr Remington green/white boxed hollow points, but canít get tighter than 1.5Ē group with the factory Barnes load. Wish I did because they have proven themselves to me.

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I wouldnít be scared of a 1.5Ē group in the blackout. Itís not a long range cartridge and I would prefer the terminal performance of the Barnes over better accuracy.


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H110 over 110 TAC-TX for me


Youíll need to run magnum primers , to get the full potential out of the powder.

Iím getting 2350 out of a 16Ē barrel.

Longest kill shot is 310 yards. One shot, one dead coyote. Shot a pig the night before at 300, also one shot.


I made up a load using the 300MP that Mike mentioned, I really liked it too. Itís a little more difficult to find, but a great powder.



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Iíll agree with you 100% on your last sentence...and 50% on your 1st ! Just wish those darn things would tighten up so IF there was a question with shot placement on a animal it would be on me and not be questioning the confidence I have in a particular round is kinda my issue.

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Where is it on the burn chart...I'm assuming it's gotta be faster than 110/296 as you can't put much more in the case.

You guys running 110/296...how many grains over the 110tac?? You really should be running mag primers if reloading for the AR platform anyway.

I'll need to check my notes but recall being around 2400 with the 12.5...I got really lucky with the AAC upper too. Gun is sub moa & really makes a good truck gun. Covers everything as long you don't need to go cross country. Passenger should have the reach out gun anyway.

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Iím the odd man out. I use Alliant 300MP. Runs about 100fps faster than H110/W296 and the blackout needs all the help it can get.

I get 2315fps from an 8Ē barrel.
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Iíll agree with you 100% on your last sentence...and 50% on your 1st ! Just wish those darn things would tighten up so IF there was a question with shot placement on a animal it would be on me and not be questioning the confidence I have in a particular round is kinda my issue.



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I understand the confidence thing. It just shows how spoiled we have become on accurate rifles.

Remember when minute of pie plate was good enough?


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Where is it on the burn chart...I'm assuming it's gotta be faster than 110/296 as you can't put much more in the case.



You guys running 110/296...how many grains over the 110tac?? You really should be running mag primers if reloading for the AR platform anyway.



I'll need to check my notes but recall being around 2400 with the 12.5...I got really lucky with the AAC upper too. Gun is sub moa & really makes a good truck gun. Covers everything as long you don't need to go cross country. Passenger should have the reach out gun anyway.


I donít remember Paul but I think itís actually a little slower because it seems like I put a heavier charge, something like 20 grains? I havenít loaded any in a long time unfortunately.

But I do know itís a magnum pistol powder. I see over 100fps more velocity with my 454 Casull and 357 mag loads.


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Exact setup I’m running for my youngest daughter to shoot.
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Remember when minute of pie plate was good enough?


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Hahaha I agree, our tolerances have tightened up...but thatís not a bad thing.
Last pie plate shooter I had was a Browning BAR in 300wm, was fun to shoot AT hogs in a field at night with spotlight....but not good for much else.

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Hahaha I agree, our tolerances have tightened up...but thatís not a bad thing.

Last pie plate shooter I had was a Browning BAR in 300wm, was fun to shoot AT hogs in a field at night with spotlight....but not good for much else.



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I still have my BAR 300 win Mag. Was my first rifle I bought with my own money at 18. Mine shoots pretty good. I killed a couple of deer at over 400 yards before long range shooting was all the rage. Still has the original Tasco 4-16 scope on it.


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...You guys running 110/296...how many grains over the 110tac?? You really should be running mag primers if reloading for the AR platform anyway.
My AR likes 19.2 grains of H110 and my bolt gun like 20.2 grains without the supressor, 19.8 grains with. All are loaded with CCI400s. Haven't tried the magnum primers.

I've only be reloading a couple years now, but I've been putting my H110 under the 110 tac. ...totally messing with you.

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The 110 and 120 grain TAC TX bullets are THE bullet to shoot in the blackout.


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I've been looking for some. Does any brick and mortar store carry them? I don't recall seeing them at the Academy in Longview.
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I’m going to have to try some of those out of my 7.5” pistol. Mine is surprisingly accurate with h110 and 110gr vmax. I haven’t killed with it other than a skunk.
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Iím the odd man out. I use Alliant 300MP. Runs about 100fps faster than H110/W296 and the blackout needs all the help it can get.

I get 2315fps from an 8Ē barrel.
not to shabby, i'll have to try some of that...
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I've been looking for some. Does any brick and mortar store carry them? I don't recall seeing them at the Academy in Longview.
I've seen them at Academy in the past, no idea if they carry them nowadays.

Bass Pro, Cabelas or your local gun shop will probably have it .

https://www.barnesbullets.com/ammunition/300-blackout/
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Itís a fantastic round! Kiddo knocked down his first deer last Saturday at Mason Mountain with his RARR in 300 blackout using the Barnes 110ís.







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Tac-TX handloads are very accurate with H110 for my AR and bolt gun.....but I sold both guns and all my reloading components. I just wasn't a fan of the performance of the 300 BO on game.
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I have a great hog hunting video where I shot a very large boar with the 110 grain tac tx out of a black out. Recovered the projectile on the ground. I have shot numerous hogs of all sizes and have been extremely impressed.

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