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Caliber: 300 AAC BlackOut
Projectile: 125gr Sierra MatchKing
Muzzle Velocity: 2160 FPS
Muzzle Energy: 1294 ft/lbs

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Shooting a full mag of this at the range costs you $47.

Figure you shoot one round every four seconds. That's 900 rounds per hour.. comes to $1,404 per hour to shoot this ammo.

If you earned $1,404 per hour, you'd have an annual salary of $2.9 million per year, assuming a 40 hour work week.

How ridiculous are ammo prices today? That's how ridiculous. Don't buy this shit.

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what do you mean don't buy ammo, I thought the sky was falling?! What an insightful math lesson. With that logic even moderately priced blackout ammo would still cost just under one million a year @$450 an hour.. good thing we don't shoot ammo as much as we breath during our work week..

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My point was: don't buy this shit; it's grossly overpriced.

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May I have some more please?

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You like getting ripped off?

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Everyone knows it has to hold at least 500rds to be considered a bucket...this is more like a soup bowl.

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But at $1.56 a round, a bucket of 500 would cost $780. That is hard to swallow. We could only afford a soup bowl at the moment.

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