Just like the rest of Engel Ballistic Research (EBR)'s Subsonic Expander rounds, the .300 Blackout "Phantom" Subsonic Expander features a copper hollow point projectile designed to expand like a traditional hollow point without traditional velocity. Upon impact with a soft target, the Expander's three petals fold back, increasing wound cavity and penetrating the target in a shape similar to that of a broad head arrow.
This is loaded ammunition.
Caliber: .300 Blackout
Weight: 200 gr.
Bullet: Solid Copper Expander
Velocity: 1000 fps
Energy: 490 ft. lbs.
About the Manufacturer:
Engel Ballistic Research Inc. (EBR) is a unique ammunition manufacturer that lives up the its tagline: "Mission Specific Ammunition." After many years of producing specialized ammo for the military and law enforcement markets EBR is now offering their subsonic, frangible and wide expanding rounds to the general public. Their products range from solid copper hollow point 12 gauge shells, to polymer-cased .308 Win. "Thumpers," to frangible .45 ACP rounds and .44 Magnum Subsonic Expanders.
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