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Hornady® LEVERevolution™ Rifle Centerfire Ammo

   

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.45-70 Government

325 Grain

Bullet Type:
Flex Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $36.99

  • SKU: 1264300

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.450 Marlin

325 Grain

Bullet Type:
Flex Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1264301

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.308 Marlin Express

160 Grain

Bullet Type:
Flex Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $29.49

  • SKU: 1367225

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.444 Marlin

265 Grain

Bullet Type:
Flex Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1367227

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.357 Magnum

140 Grain

Bullet Type:
Flex Tip

Quantity:
25 rounds
  • $24.49

  • SKU: 1495207

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.44 Remington Magnum

225 Grain

Bullet Type:
Flex Tip Expandable

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $23.99

  • SKU: 1495208

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.45 Colt

225 Grain

Bullet Type:
Flex Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $23.99

  • SKU: 1590221

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.338 Marlin Express

225 Grain

Bullet Type:
Flex Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $34.99

  • SKU: 1590222

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Up to 250' per second faster muzzle velocity than conventional level gun loads. Exceptional accuracy and overwhelming downrange terminal performance. Patent pending Evolution™ bullet with elastomer Flex Tip™ technology. Up to 40% more energy than traditional flat point loads. 20 rounds per box.

LEVERevolution's revolutionary new bullet design may require a newer magazine follower to provide best possible functioning of the last round out of the magazine.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 84 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bought out the store I bought a box 30-30 and went to sight in my marlin at the range. After adjusting to these new bullets and scope. I shot groups from 1/1/2 to 2 inches at 100 yards . These bullets have extreme range for a 30-30. When I got done I went back to the store and bought every box they had in stock. August 23, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by A New Life for an Old Rifle Heard about the balistics on this new cartdrige really couldn't believe the data so I just had to buy a box. Boy was I in for a huge suprise, used my 32 year-old Marlin 336C (the first gun my dad ever gave me) and after some sight adustment was poping a 5 gal. bucket top @200 yds. (no I didn't belive it at first either) no problem. So just for giggles I purchased a Burris 3X9X40 Fullfield II scope and mounts and dialed everthing in to 200 yds. Old Tired Iron just became my new favorite gun again. Never Thought I would scope a 100 yd. brush gun in my life!!!!! July 6, 2007
Rated 2 out of 5 45-70 DOES NOT MEET THE HYPE ORIGINAL 45-70 AMMUNITION WAS ACCURATE AND FACTORY ADVERTISED AT 2050 FPS. IT AVERAGED 2100 FPS IN MY 1885 HI WALL. NEW LOT READS 1875 FPS. THIS IS ALMOST 10% BELOW HORNADY ADVERTISED SPECS. FACTORY BULLET DROP IS NOW 6.6 " LOW AT 200yds AND 30.3" LOW AT 300yds. THE ORIGINAL ADVERTISED SPECS WERE 4.1" & 27.8" LOW AT 200 & 300 yds. I ORIGINALLY PURCHASED THIS AMMUNITION BECAUSE IT WAS RELATIVLY HOT FOR A FACTORY LOAD. THIS IS NO LONGER THE CASE. I HAVE NOT SHOT THIS NEW LOT FOR ACCURACY. NOT INTERESTED IN SHOOTING ANOTHER LAME 45-70 LOAD. April 18, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best period The new Hornady Lever-Evolution ammo for the 45-70 is the absolute best factory ammo that I have ever shot. I have a H&R 1871 Buffalo Classic with a 32" barrel and the factory peep sights, and I can shoot 1" groups at 100 yards all day. If you are looking for a great brush buster round with supreme accuracy and tons of real knockdown power, this is it. January 9, 2007
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I use these .357 Mag in my Ruger 77/357 & they load & shoot great. I see no reason they would not function in my S&W .357 Mag.revolver, but I just wanted to ask if there could be any problem. Anyone use them in a revolver?
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YES. WITH A GOOD SCOPE, IT MAKES AGREAT HUNTING WEAPON..
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I use 357 ammunition in my Ruger security six revolver. However, avoid wadcutter ammunition with a 357 powder load. Your barrel will lead up really bad. Stay with the standard ball ammunition.
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This is just from an observer's POV, but I've seen the same rounds used in a revolver with less than favorable results. They were claiming that the powder used in the rifle cartridges is slower and more ideal for long barrels, but don't have any personal experience with them. As far as fit and function, you won't have any problems with them firing.
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If it fits the magazine it should work good.
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yes it will function fine.
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I HAVE A 44 MAG RIFLE What type shell to ineed to hunt with . Is there a differance in hand gun ammo and rifle?
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Handgun ammunition has a faster propellant vs the rifle and you may see a difference at longer ranges in trajectory, ultimately effecting the accuracy of the round.
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my friend has a ruger 44 rifle looks like a 10/22. he shoots normal handgun 44 magnum ammo and harvested a doe last year.
hope this helps...... god bless and good hunting
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some rifle ammo have higher pressures.
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i need a good ammo for whitetail ive heard good about LEVERevolution what are the advantages and disadvantages of this ammo
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After almost three years I'm sure you've found a solution by now, but I thought I'd share anyway. My son prefers this ammo for 30-30 (Marlin). Prior to season he target shoots with the same ammo he plans to hunt with and this has been really consistent. This year he took a 12 point that field dressed 155 lbs with this ammo & his 30-30. It was close range (<75 yards), a great shot. . . not bad for a 13 year old.
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Yes, I shoot this out of a marlin model 336 lever action rifle that is older than I am. You will be pleased.
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never used it in my 30-30 but in my .35 remington it is great. improved stopping power and range. should work great for deer.
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I used this ammo last weekend to sight in my marlin 30-30, we were using a 1/4 steel rod to hold our target out at 100 yards. I hit the rod and it curled almost all the way around. This is a very hard hitting round and will be using from now on.
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I now use this in my Marlin 336 .30-30 and like it. You would need to spend some range time to determine if it is accurate in your rifle just to be sure. If you've been using standard round or flat tip ammo this prints a bit higher so adjust your sights for that. The polymer tips are soft so they do not cause a problem in tubular magazines and shoot fairly flat. They also perform great on deer with very good expansion.
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REMINGTON CORE LOCKS 175 GRAIN.
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no, because of the tip of ammo being so pointed.
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differnt bullets

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can i find any other bullets for a marlin 308 express? i will be hunting everyting from coyotes to moose to bear. and i know the plastic tip bullets wont hold up to those animas. is there any other brand that makes bullets for a marlin 308 express?
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Remington's 150gr Core Lokt is an alternative, but the FTX rounds by Hornady have been proven to be excellent one shot stoppers even on big game.
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Where did you heasr that?

I'd call some bullet manufactures and get a specific answer from them.
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Since this is Hornady ammunition, why don't you contact Hornady and ask them? Different bullets will require you to reload your own rounds, but Hornady can help you with all the info you need, such as overall length of the round, and where and how to seat the different bullets.
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Don't understimate those polymer tipped bullets, they will do just fine on moose and bear .

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The ballistic tip ammunition is specifically designed for hunting. The tip allows the bullet to achieve maximum velocity, and upon impact, is destroyed and the benefit of the hollow core kicks in creating lots of internal damage. The end result with ballistic tip ammo is, you acheive maximum FPS, and also maximum expansion. It will be fine for larger game. Not sure how that round is going to do for coyotes, as my experiance with coyotes is usually a long range shot. A .308 express isn't exactly a tac driver at range. My recommendation if you were going to varmint hunt is to pick up a bolt action .17 HMR, or a 22 Mag and get some Hornady V-Max ammo. They make squirrels explode, it's pretty cool.
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I shoot a 7mm mag. but got a new gun for b-day(henery .357 big boy). want to know which one I should bring for hunting this year? help please
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The 357 is a great round at closer distances and great in thick brush. But for Elk Hunting I'd take the 7 mag, it's an amazing round. In 165 grain and i suggest Hornady Custom bullets, they are usually a few dollars more but well worth it , and the 7 mag is more than enough power for that elk just put a good shot on him.

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357 is NOT a proper round for Elk. Will work for deer as I have put 3 in the freezer with a 357 BUT my 357 were hand loads and quite a bit more powerful than what you can get off of the shelf. I would not even want to try and see if they would work for Elk, not unless you handload and even then I think I would use a more powerful load and a load that will make a clean kill for sure. Better to make sure than just hit one and let it get away to die later and be harvested by coyotes.
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If it were me, I'd stick with the 7mm.
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I would stick with the 7mm mag for Elk. Much more effective at a distance and has more knock down at that distance. Good luck.
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I bought a box of 338 mrlx ammo from the Bass pro shop here in Savannah GA, and the guy said it was the box I needed but im unsure
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338 mrlx can not be fired in 308mrlx 2 different rounds
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No each caliber have it own ammo for that caliber. A 338 mrlx ammo have to be shot out of a 338 mrlx caliber gun and 308 mrlx have to be shot out of 308 mrlx caliber gun.
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Yes to the ammo, haven't seen the brass for .375 Win though
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The LEVERevolution will not work for a .375 Winchester Centerfire and not able to locate brass at this time. Thanks
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