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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

Quantity:
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
consistant I bought this ammo in .308 for deer season. While sighting in my rifle I got very consistant groups of about 1" at 100 yards. I was also lucky enought to harvest a 9 point buck with this ammunition with one shot at 70 yards. November 15, 2010
Hornady Custom .308 Win 150 SST So far excellent. Shot 1/2" groups of my TC Icon Precision Hunter at 100 Yards. Just waiting on gun season so I can try them on a deer. November 10, 2010
one shot drop ,hornady sst ammo We shoot the 308 165gr sst and 30-06 180gr sst from hornady. I dont think they make better ammo.I have shot 2 deer and dropped them in spot. My 9 yr old son shot his first deer this yr with his 308 the deer did not make it 20yrds.. Hornady did it with the sst round, we love um. A+++ November 7, 2010
Great Ammo I've never been dissatisfied with any Hornady product including this one. Each individual gun shoots some name brand ammo in same bullet weight better than other name brands. Try several name brands in same weight bullet in your gun to see which one it shoots best. Won't make much difference at 50 yards or less but for longer shots it can mean the difference between a dead or wounded animal. October 24, 2010
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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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