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Firearms Facts: 7.62x39mm vs 300 Blackout

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In this video, we break down the details of these two popular rivals, compare and contrast the performance of each and give our opinions and experiences on which we each prefer and why. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Firearms Facts: 7.62x39mm vs 300 Blackout

  1. Is there any reason a reduced .308 couldn’t do the same thing as these two? Strictly using bolt guns as the platform. Or would twist rate be a limitation.

  2. Because of availability,price,performance. Not that 300 blackout don’t perform just my preference. Also the different platforms sks,ak,bolt action,pistols

  3. The main reason I’m building an AR pistol is because of my hunting laws in my state. For a pistol, I need a straight walled case or a necked cartridge that has a case length of less than 1.5 inches. 7.62×39 is too long but 300blk is right under it.

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