Ok some members asked if I would post how to reload for the 300 blackout round. I can post pictures later, but its simple once you know.
First You'll need the dies, Lee, redding, and forester makes a set. For the money I went with lee and they work just fine.
Second, You'll need a trim guide pin from lee or a 30 cal pilot(depending on what your method of trimming is).
Third You'll need brass.. Either 221 fireball or 223/556 if the brass has a split neck thats fine, as you wont need the neck.
Now take the brass and cut the neck off(just below it). Dont go too low on the brass just right above the neck. I first used a pipe cutter on the test run but, I found the mini chop saw from harbor freight works perfect for this. A dremel or even a hacksaw will work if thats all you got. Also dillon sells their trimmer die system and a guy on the net sells the 300 black out trim die.
The case length for this round is 1.368
Overall length is 2.26 MAX SAAMI
Small rifle primer
Bullet diameter is .308
Ok after you have cut the necks off the brass, set your sizing die by raising the ram all the way up and screw the die in till it touches the shell holder. Lube the brass and resize like a normal die. You'll end up with necked up brass. Trim the brass to 1.368 with your trimmer and your done.
Bullets range from 110 to 208 grain.
Do yall need the load data?