American Eagle Rifle Suppressor

American Eagle Rifle Suppressor

Part #: AE300BLKSUP2

Turn down the volume without sacrificing performance with American Eagle® Suppressor ammunition. The cartridges deliver superior accuracy, reliability and cleanliness in suppressed firearms, thanks to carefully selected propellants, bullet weights and profiles. The subsonic loading for the 300 Blackout not only lends itself to better noise reduction through the suppressor, it also reduces it by avoiding the ballistic crack inherent to supersonic loads. In addition, special clean-burning powders to make it easy for shooters to clean their weapons—other conventional ammunition can cause severe fouling in suppressed firearms.

  • Caliber: 300 Blackout
  • Bullet Weight (grains): 220
  • Bullet Style: Open Tip Match
  • Muzzle Velocity: 1000
  • Package Quantity: 20
  • Use: Recreation/Training
  • MSRP: $23.95



Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very clean and better ballistics than shown I had been searching for a great subsonic round for my 300acc and had been using the Remington subsonics. I was never that impressed with the Remington, but for the price they worked. I have been using the FAE 124gr suppressor ammo in my 9 and LOVE it, so why not try these in my 300acc? I tested this round in an ar15 that I build specifically for shooting suppressed at around the 200 yard range. It's a forged milspec upper and lower with a magpul prs stock, JP silent capture spring kit with one spring heavier than came stock, Rainier Arms 16" ultra match barrel with pistol gas, Lantac ebcg, Geissele Hi speed national match-match rifle trigger and a gemtech suppressor. I am able to achieve better ballistics than shown in their factory test. My muzzle was 1020fps and at 200 yards I am still getting 964fps with only 56 inches of drop. There is also no gas blow back in my face and extremely clean burn! The data I entered above with a 10 round average and out of those 10 my highest muzzle was 1034fps. Wasnt really trying to group these, but I kept all 40 rounds shot that day on a 6" plate without trying too hard. Next time I will shoot for grouping and report back.
Date published: 2016-12-02
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