Super-accurate Hornady® V-Max™ polymer-tipped bullet combines the ballistic efficiency of the V-Max bullet with powerful propellants. Honest 100-yard performance, with 2,550 fps and dramatic expansion on impact. Rimfire Magnum.
these are some of the best ammo i have ever shot they ar great round for ground squirles when the round hits the ground it fragments and is no longer dangerous and that feture also smokes the squirles
July 16, 2012
Best 17 HMR ammo on the market (in my opinion)
Over all I was astounded at how accurate, and deadly these little guys are. I have taken probably close to 50 squirrel and two groundhogs. Literally they all died instantaneously. The accuracy is also bar none. I have essentially a 1/2" grouping at 150 yds. I haven't tried them much farter out than that. However If you don't like huge holes about the size of a quarter in your game I don't suggest these, but if you like one shot one kill these are for you.
May 23, 2011
The cartridges are packed in clear plastic so it can be easily seen how is much left in the box, ammo was very clean, and shot consistently in my Savage 93, with no misfires or hang ups.
July 21, 2010
I originally bought these rounds in a 200 round box to take them to the range to sight in my Savage M93. They functioned flawlessly with the gun and by the time I had my gun sighted in, I had only used up a small portion of one of the individul boxes. I think the .17 is a cross between the .22 rimfire and a .223, in which it is small like a 22, but packs the power of a centerfire round. These rounds glide easily through the air due to thier polymer tips. They are also great for taking out varmints because when they come into contact with the varmint, the polymer tip comes off, exposing a deadly hollowpoint.
July 20, 2010
It is my first gun, and i heard that Hornady ammo is some of the best ammo to by for distance, accuracy, and overall performance. However, will the .17 rounds work in a rifle that says it shoots .22lr ammo. If you would let me know, that would be helpful. Thanks.
no. you must match your ammo to the EXACT stamped caliber on the barrel of your gun. make sure it is right, the wrong ammo can cause lethal damage to you and your weapon. if you are unsure, have someone who is familiar with guns/ammo help you operate your weapon safely.
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