Barnes Tipped Triple-Shock® X-Bullets
- Streamlined polymer tip for maximum power and accuracy
- Ideal for long-range shooting
- Expands on contact for deep-driving penetration with massive tissue damage
- Grooved shank for true flight
- Lead-free all-copper body
- 50 per box
Tipped TSX BT = Tipped Triple-Shock X Boattail
Tipped TSX FB = Tipped Triple-Shock X Flat Base
Rated 5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1Papa Barnes These bullets are very accurate and can be used in non lead areas. I just wish I could purchase some powder to load the rounds. I guess in do time. April 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trapper01 Excellent I've been reloading Barnes TSX & TTSX for several years now. I loaded the 120gr TTSX (.264 Win Mag) and the 168gr TSX (300 Win Mag) For an African safari with my son. I used the .264 Win on large game the size of kudu, zebra, gemsbok, to smaller stuff like impala, warthogs. etc. all were one shot kills and bullet performance was exceptional. Although I did get slightly better accuracy with Hornady's 140gr SST I found out the hard way on one gemsbok. (Perfect shot but bullet grenaded with little penetration and required a follow up with a Barnes) Remember to go down in bullet weight when using Barnes solids. A bit pricey for range shooting (I can get double the amount of Hornadys for the same price) but can't be beat in the field April 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chrism42 great bullets Uniform weight, more accuracy than I expected.They expand well on everything from coyotes to deer. They're the only bullets I'm using now in my 7mm-08. March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by YOTESHOOTER BARNES ROCKS We use to use other similar products, and my hunting buddy stayed after me for three years to switch to BARNES BULLETS. They are solid copper no lead filler, plus you do not have to worry about the bullet fragments in your game meat. Yes, you are correct they are expensive, however the sweet success of your hunt is a lifetime memory. POOR QUALITY OF OTHER BULLETS ARE LONG REMBERED, HOWEVER THE SWEET SUCCESS OF HARVESTING YOUR GAME WILL BE REMEMBERED FOR MANY YEARS, AND YEARS TO COME. BARNES THE GO TO SUCCESS BULLET PEOPLE. BUY BARNES AND ALWAYS ENJOY YOUR HUNT. GHOSTHUNTER SOCIAL CIRCLE, GA. June 22, 2012
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Details:currently im shooting winchester cxp 3's 180 grain but im starting to reload an i have heard alot of good things about the barnes x bullet is 180 a good weight or should i go higher?
.308" 110-gr Tipped TSX FB
.308" 130-gr Tipped TSX BT
.308" 150-gr Tipped TSX BT
NEW .308" 165-gr Tipped TSX BT
.308" 168-gr Tipped TSX BT
.308" 180-gr Tipped TSX BT (1:11″ Twist or Faster)
.308" 200-gr Tipped TSX BT (1:10″ Twist or Faster)
Taking into consideration the above info. I tend to go with the highest B.C. I can get. If you have the twist rate the the 180 or 200 grain are the choice. If not 168 is still a good performer
A:i reload the 300 win mag the barnes bullits havent worked well for me but 180gr rounds will do it no nead to go larger thay will take a bull moose wateh seating depth barnes recomends 50 thounce jump dont put your bullit to close to the lans,gruves like other bullits
A:This depends on your target and your gun. A bigger critter or longer range shooting requires heavier bullets, and your barrels twist rate will determine what weight bullets will shoot best in your gun. The guns' manufacturer will be able to tell you your barrels' twist rate.
A:The Sierra .224 55 hg BTHP bullets are hard to beat when used in a 223.... I use them in both my Remington R15 as well as a Remington 700 VTR...... Sub moa groups are the rule ratherr than the exception from either rifle.... They are also VERY lethal when used on varmints and small bodied deer.....
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