300 AAC Blackout, also known as 7.62 × 35 mm, a rifle-cartridges developed in the United States and originally chambered in M4 rifle.

The cartridge was developed for SIBO, and other places where you need silencing. If one firing at short distance and does not want to break the sound barrier, use a 220 grain (14 g) ball, and the ballistic characteristics of the bullet will surpass those of 9 mm Parabellum. One can also shoot over a long distance with 300 AAC BLK using a 125-grain (8 g) ball will break the sound barrier, and it therefore has an opportunity to shoot over a distance as 9 mm Parabellum not provide.

In this video we are going to see it how it compares and copes with a .9mm bullet shot thru a ballistics gel. Want to find out more? Click play below and leave a comment just after the video.

300 BLACKOUT vs 9MM | Ballistic Gel Test | Tactical Rifleman