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Thread: 7.62 Subsonic ammo

  1. #11
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    May 2008
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    Appreciate the feedback. I put it in NFA because Iíll be shooting subsonic suppressed. I suppose I never considered subsonic without my recently purchased can. Iíve got 3 boxes left of corbon 185 subsonic and also ordered 200 200 grainers and 100 260ís to try out. Iíve also got lots of once fired black hills brass. One I figure out what I like Iíll roll my own
    Last edited by seb5; 08-03-20 at 21:15. Reason: Grammar

  2. #12
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    Sep 2007
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    For .308, I like 168s due to my barrels twist. It's good to 200 yards with 8 mils come up. Haven't really pushed it past that.

    I tried 180s, but they were too long to fly straight. A nice 10 twist would really open up some heavier options for me, but my barrel is still too good to change out.
    "You people have too much time on your hands." - scottryan

  3. #13
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    Apr 2009
    Dallas, TX
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    When I had my 10 twist Rem 700 I was loading 180g round nose soft points. I dont remember WHY, but I remember them being recommended for subs... They were pretty accurate if I remember correctly(as accurate as that piece of shit gun could be I guess LOL).

    I believe these:

    But I dont remember them being 43 bucks a box... I also dont remember them being marketed as "pro hunter"...

    I was loading trail boss...

    Shit if I was loading 308 subs today with a 10 twist gun I would probably just roll some 150g FMJ "cheapies"... JBM says they are stable out of a 10 twist gun...

    I still have a small cache of 208 amax for my 300blk AR and the only 308 gun I currently own is a LMT MWS so no subs through it...

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