SIG Sauer recently announced its newest offering in its Elite Performance line of full metal jacket (FMJ) ammunition, a 125-grain 300 BLK round. Built for cost-efficient training, the high-quality 300 BLK load delivers a muzzle velocity of 2,145 fps.
SIG Elite Performance 300 BLK Details
“There is huge demand for 223 Rem and 308 Win FMJ training ammunition, and we’ve had many requests for 300BLK as well,” said Brad Criner, Senior Director, Brand Management and Business Development, SIG Sauer Ammunition. “These premium training loads are designed to offer high-level performance at affordable prices.”
SIG supersonic rounds feature 125-grain Sierra Match King bullets, revered for their accuracy potential. SIG says the load maintains consistent bullet weight retention with minimal velocity variations, resulting from optimized shell case metallurgy with premium primers.
All SIG Sauer ammo comes from its state-of-the-art facility in Jacksonville, Ark. The company uses electromechanical monitoring for geometric conformity, according to SIG Sauer.
SIG now offers full lines of ammunition, with several different loadings designed specifically for training. Those include loads for 9mm, .357 Mag., .357 SIG, .380 Auto, .38 Spl., .38 Super, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, 10mm, .223 Rem., 300 BLK and .308 Win.
SIG Elite Performance 300 BLK Elite Ball Specifications
- Caliber: 300 BLK
- Grain Weight: 125 grains
- Muzzle Velocity: 2,145 fps
- Quantity: 20 rounds
- MSRP: $25.95
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