Post by gaston9x19 on Mar 13, 2018 15:44:18 GMT -8
The advantages are vastly superior terminal energy, much flatter trajectory, allowing much further range. There are very few .30 cal bullet choices that are designed to expand at subsonic velocities, which your 220-230 grain bullets will be in the Blackout, so they're great for target practice, but not usually used for hunting or home defense, unless you find the right bullet which will tumble or expand reliably. The light 110-125 gr bullets will be supersonic, and have the useable range of an AK round, about 400 yards against a man-sized target or 250-300 yards for game. Think of hunting with a super sonic Blackout as hunting with a .30-30, or hunting with subsonic bullets like bowhunting.