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Posted: 7/14/2012 12:42:58 AM

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i have a few ar15's and have been looking into 300blkout. i have a dillon 650 and everything i need to reload alot of other calipers. What kind of prices is everyone coming up with when reloading 300blkout.
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Posted: 7/14/2012 1:54:36 AM
Originally Posted By redbeardarms:
i have a few ar15's and have been looking into 300blkout. i have a dillon 650 and everything i need to reload alot of other calipers. What kind of prices is everyone coming up with when reloading 300blkout.


Prices on what?
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Posted: 7/14/2012 5:06:14 AM
Do you have a dillon trimmer? If so, you have have a toolhead milled down and make your own brass from 556. Buying converted brass will be about $.12 each.
Primer and powder is around $.06-$.09 depending on subsonic or supersonic loads.
The only significant variable is bullets. You can load ~$.15 147gr FMJ bullets all the way to >$.40 220 gr HPBT heavy subsonic bullets.

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Posted: 7/14/2012 8:33:27 AM
A big advantage for me is it's easy to get cast bullets to run well in 300 blk.

$.02 for a gas check is a lot cheaper than $.12 for jacketed bullets.

Once I get my freechex III it will be even less.