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Hornady® Custom Centerfire Rifle Ammo

   

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7mm Remington Magnum

162 Grain

Bullet Type:
Boat Tail Soft Point Interlock

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $38.49

  • SKU: 1495840

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.300 Winchester Magnum

180 Grain

Bullet Type:
SP Interlock

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20 rounds
  • $37.49

  • SKU: 1495845

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  • Hand-loaded quality
  • Every round is hand-inspected
  • 20 rounds per box
Hand-loaded quality with clean powder and superior Hornady bullets. Every round is hand-inspected. 20 rounds per box.

SP: Soft Point
SST: Super Shock Polymer Tip
BTSP: Boat Tail Soft Point
FP: Flat Point
Hornady® Custom Centerfire Rifle Ammo 4.6 5 30 30
100% Satisfied I have both a 30-06 bolt action and a 30-06 semi automatic and I have not been able to pattern my shots to less than a 5" circle at 200 yards with either gun. I sighted in my bolt action with this new product and 2 shots were within 1/8" of each other and the third shot within an inch, all three patterned with a quarter $.25. I was afraid that these bullets may not have the knock down power I was used too, but, these proved to be just as good, with 100% more accuracy. I am 100% satisfied with this product so far. October 8, 2012
Great Ammo Outstanding ammo. Accurate, long range. Can't go wrong with Hornady. October 8, 2012
accurate and deadly I've used the Hornady in 30-06 for a couple of years now and they shoot great and they take deer down quickly if you are under 300yds. June 21, 2012
Killing Ammo This ammo shot a 1.2 inch group at 200 through my Browning X-Bolt chambered in 270 Win. Shot a nice buck opening evening at 228 yards and stopped him in his tracks! Awesome ammo at an awesome price! Order this ammo and go put the smack down on a beast! November 17, 2011
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I am sold on BTSP at least in 270 140 grain and in the 300 Win-Mag 165. Best performance ever from both. For two years running now I have not been able to find the .300 165.....
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Go to the Hornady website and submit this question to them and they can definitely send you in the right direction.
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I shoot 165 BTNP balistic tip in 300-Weatherby. Very good round out to 400 yds easy.The 300 Win.Mag has been around for years and has a past reputation to uphold. Their are so many new guns and cartridges on the market today it is hard to keep up. With that said, it only makes sense to shoot a 180 gr. projectile to match energy to other calibers on the market. That's why you can't find your 165 BTSP's. Sales were low.I would suggest Hornady's Heavy Mag SST-Interlok or Interbond in the180gr. Or Rem. Premier Accutip in 180 gr. also. Both are available and produce some impressive ballistics.
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Look for a good gun smith in your area and him/her check over the gun and advise you.
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I would try looking through a Shotgun News or Gun Digest magazine. They both have large number of dealers that probably can help you. Sincerely, Huntandshoot.
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