Barnes Varmint Grenade™ Bullets

   

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20

Grain:
26

Bullet Type:
FB

Diameter:
0.204

Quantity:
100
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 1561641

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22

Grain:
36

Bullet Type:
FB

Diameter:
0.224

Quantity:
100
  • $22.99

  • SKU: 1561642

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223/5.56

Grain:
50

Bullet Type:
FB

Diameter:
0.224

Quantity:
100
  • $25.99

  • SKU: 1561643

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6mm

Grain:
62

Bullet Type:
FB

Diameter:
0.243

Quantity:
100
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  • SKU: 1561644

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22 Hornet

Grain:
30

Bullet Type:
FB

Diameter:
0.224

Quantity:
100
  • $22.99

  • SKU: 1650360

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  • Military technology
  • Copper-tin composite core bullets
  • Ultra-high velocities and fragment explosively upon impact
Military technology created these highly frangible, copper-tin composite core bullets that remain intact at ultra-high velocities and fragment explosively upon impact. Barnes Varmint Grenade™ Bullets virtually vaporize ground squirrels and prairie dogs. Quantity: 100 per box.

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FUR FRIENDLY, AND DEADLY AS A HUNTING GUIDE IN WY. I RELY ON QUALITY AMMO AND THE BARNES VARMIT GRENADE BULLETS PREFORM TO THE EXPECTATIONS THAT I REQUIRE WITH THE BENEFIT OF VERTUALLY LOW TO NO PELT DAMAGE December 10, 2012
decent bullets Purchased some of these in .223 and 6mm. Have only used the 6mm so far and they work fairly well. Somewhat picky to dial in accuracy but was able to get sub MOA groups out of winchester coyote in .243win. weights vary too much for my taste and meplats are very uneven. Devastating on game!! May 13, 2009
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What is the bullet diameter

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Are the 50 gr. varmint grenade .223 or .224 diameter?
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I SHOOT A 22 K-HORNET WITH 30 GR GRENADES AT 3500 FT PER SEC.
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.224 actual diameter. These bullets can be used in the 223 remingtons such as those in the AR platform and can be used in the .22 Hornet. In the AR you would probably want a fast twist like a 1:10
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barnes listes it as 224 witch is the 223s bullitdia
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What size do I need for the SKS 7.62 rounds?

22 LR Ruger pistol What grain?
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for the 22 pistol 36-40grain the sks shoots 7.62by39 it is listed as .311 in hodgden reloading manusl
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they do not load barnes bullets in .22 rimfire cartridges , the 7.62 takes .308 dia. bullets
if you want hot loads for your ruger pistol , use agulia super max .22 rimfire ammo
I have used them in mine and they work great , they work great in your .22 cal rifle to
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I don't think they make any for 7.62mm (.308 cal) just .204/.223/.243 right now.
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No they are not a loaded cartridge. Just the bullet. .22 LR are rimfire rounds are and generally 34-40 grain bullets in round nose lead or copper plate hollow points. There are a lot of choices iin the .22LR
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NO they are not , they are only a component
the part of a cartridge that fires from the firearm , please read a loading book ,
If you want great cartridges for your .22
either pistol , revolver , or rifle use the Aguila super maximum catrridges they are fast and work great for me
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No they are components intended to be reloaded into .223 caliber centerfire cartridges such as the .223 Remington and the .220 Swift. Your best bet for small varmits with your .22LR would probbily be a box of CCI Stinger ammo.
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