300 Win Mag 180 Grain, 20 rounds


300 win mag

Firstly, born in 1963, the .300 Winchester Magnum originates from the .338 Win Mag. The new cartridge case was created by moving the shoulder 4 mm forward and by shortening the neck by 3 mm.  Secondly, the new cartridge sported a case neck shorter than the bullet diameter, giving it a bold and powerful look. The .300  Mag. is known for its extreme versatility and as such it’s a great cartridge option for hunters, target shooters, military and law enforcement departments alike.

The 300 win mag is the magnum of magnums. At 30 inches, it’s two and a half times longer than the standard .300 Winchester Magnum. At .06 caliber, it’s twice the diameter of the standard .300 Winchester Magnum. At 4000 feet per second, it’s 40 percent faster. At 25,000 feet, it’s twice as efficient.


In this paragraph, the 300 win mag is the most powerful rifle cartridge in popular use. Rifles of all kinds, from deer rifles to sniper rifles and from elephant guns to machine guns, are used in everything from warfare to hunting. And justifiably so, because it’s accurate. The 300 win mag has a muzzle velocity of 3000 feet per second. Which is 75 percent faster than the speed of sound.

Firstly, that makes it, as bullets go, quite a slow bullet. The result is that the 300 win mag is very accurate. It is more than 90 percent accurate at 100 yards, and more than 90 percent accurate at 1000 yards, about twice the range of a rifle cartridge designed to operate at the speed of sound.

Moreover, the 300 mag is one of the most powerful cartridges in history, and one of the most powerful cartridges ever designed. Rifles, machine guns, and elephant guns use it In conclusion, it does have one serious drawback. It’s over 20 years oldd the gas piston keep the 300  Mag.’s weight down, which increases its accuracy.

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The cartridge first entered production in 1971. This is the most powerful commercially available rifle cartridge. It uses a high-velocity, heavy bullet of 300 grains (14 g) or less. The 300 Win Mag’s case holds 31.5 grains (1.7 g) of powder. At muzzle velocity of 2,600 ft/s (790 m/s), the cartridge generates a muzzle energy of 4,000 ft·lbf (5,600 J), the highest of any commercially produced cartridge, surpassing even the .375 H&H Magnum, which uses a cartridge case and powder of the same size.

The 300 Mag is very accurate at longer ranges, being capable of a 1 in 10,000 chance of hitting a 1.5 inch (4 cm) diameter target at 300 yards (300 m).


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