Gorilla Ammunition Broadens their Palate of .300 Blackout Flavors

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Maybe your rifle likes to dine on something hearty like a 120 Grain pill. Maybe you prefer to enjoy some lighter fare at the range like a 110 Grain bullet. Now you can get your gun eating both in Gorilla Ammunition’s new .300 Blackout offerings.

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Gorilla Match .300 Blackout   110 Grain Varminter HP

Gorilla Match .300 Blackout 110 Grain Varminter Hollow Point

This load is simply a supersonic load for .300 Blackout enthusiasts with a muzzle velocity of 2,225 FPS. There is not much else for specs reported by Gorilla Ammunition, but they had this to say about their new varmint load:

Gorilla Ammunition features great accuracy and knockdown power from the 110gr Varminter Hollow Point. The 110gr Varminter in 300BLK features excellent hunting capability at an affordable price. The 110gr Varminter sports a jacketed lead core hollow point projectile designed to open up and create effective terminal damage on game. Accurate, Reliable, and Deadly.

This is sold in traditional 20-count boxes at a retail of $21.95 placing it in a similar ballpark of pricing as other industry, quality .300 Blackout loads.

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Gorilla Match .300 Blackout   120 Grain Rage

Gorilla Match .300 Blackout 120 Grain Rage

This offering boasts a lighter bullet, but still maintains supersonic velocities. The “Rage” tip is reminiscent of a Full-Metal Jacket (FMJ), and is an accurate yet economical choice for .300 Blackout shooters. Gorilla Ammunition expanded on this thought:

The 120gr Gorilla Rage in 300 Blackout offers the accuracy, reliability, and price tag to make the most of your next training session. Loaded in factory new Gorilla Brass, the 120gr Rage boasts the quality you expect from Gorilla Ammunition at a lower price point. Fill those mags and let it rip.

This load does not require much explanation, but there is sometimes beauty in simplicity. This ammo has a muzzle velocity of 1,965 FPS with an MSRP of $19.99 for a box of 20 rounds.

The outdoors, fitness and anything related to firearms are my passions. I am a S&W Armorer, Glock Armorer, reloader and am coping with an addiction to classic S&W and Colt revolvers (by buying more revolvers). I’ve been a guest writer for Sierra Bullets and love long walks to the gun range.


  • Graham2

    “I can’t see the point of 300 Blackout, it serves no purpose, etc. etc. etc.” in 3- 2- 1.

    • Bean Guy


      I totally see the point of 300 Blackout, it serves specific purposes pretty well and will certainly made a man dead if it hits in the right spot, just like most cartridges.

    • Aerindel Prime

      It has a great purpose. The only problem with it is that its prohibitively expensive.

  • Sianmink

    They’ve probably got about the best expanding subsonic .300BLK round out there right now.
    Which reminds me I need to talk to some people.

  • Xtorin O’hern

    “Rage 120 grain .300 blackout”

    does this require the “intermediate caliber rifle specialization” skill book?

  • USMC03Vet

    I’ll stick with my 50 rounds for $10 instead.
    300 ostentatiously broke!

  • EdgyTrumpet

    I find this company’s name really disrespectful to the memory of Harambe.

  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    Im sorry, but $1/rd training ammo that you still have to pay ammo shipping prices on is not cheap. You can get Remington at walmart for much less than that.

  • Tom

    Gorilla Ammunition is WAY OVER PRICED..