Temperature impedance powder?


#1

Does anybody have any first-hand experience with this ammo. I know nothing about it, i was gifted a few boxes and haven’t tried it yet. Seems like it would be a good thing to keep around if you’re hunting in extreme temperatures.


#2

I don’t have it, but it sounds like a good thing to have.

And, how do you like the .300 Blackout? Living up to expectations? Recommend to others?


#4

@JohnB, I like the round quite a bit! but as we all know what one person likes the next person hates! would i recommend it? highly it’s a very versatile caliber you can hunt with it you can protect your home with it decent power and very accurate from my weapons.


#5

Do you have any thoughts on the Ruger Mini 14 in .300 Blackout?


#6

@JohnB, I wish I could answer your question more specifically. I have no first-hand knowledge with the mini in 300 black. I can tell you that the mini in other calibers is a fine weapon! the 300 Blackout round in my opinion would be an excellent choice for the mini!
Hope that helps a little bit.


#7

yes, it does, thank you.

I had the Mini 30 a while back. I liked it, but never pushed it to its limits like some people have.

One problem I have with the Ruger Mini 14 in .300 Blackout is that it is not stainless steel (which is one of the reasons I had bought the Mini 30). Hoping they will make one in stainless. Hickok45 did a video on it a while back - looked like a lot of fun to shoot.


#8

So, Robert…

You dare leave ammo (or even guns), out in your garage for an extended period of time?

Not me!


#10

SAK67:

Florida has 2 seasons: the rainy season (aka the hurricane season); and the dry season (sort of like a winter, but without the freezing cold).

So, nothing like most of the United States. Really though, it does not get super hot, but it combines heat with humidity and feels hot.


#11

@Everyone, isn’t there a Australian member here on FULL30 maybe he’ll chime in?


#12

there was one, AussieOutdoor (or something like that). You can find him on one of the .22 lr threads.