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Hornady® Superformance® SST® Bullets

   

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7mm Remington Magnum

139 Grain

Bullet Type:
Super Shocked Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $41.99

  • SKU: 1693276

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.308 Winchester

150 Grain

Bullet Type:
Super Shocked Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $32.99

  • SKU: 1693279

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.308 Winchester

165 Grain

Bullet Type:
Super Shocked Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $32.99

  • SKU: 1693280

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.30-06 Springfield

165 Grain

Bullet Type:
Super Shocked Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $32.99

  • SKU: 1693282

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.300 Winchester Magnum

180 Grain

Bullet Type:
Super Shocked Tip

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $42.99

  • SKU: 1693285

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  • Tough, accurate, flat shooting hunting bullet
  • Custom propellant blend
  • Unaffected by extreme cold or heat
  • Formulated to increase muzzle velocity by as much as 200 fps without extra chamber pressure, recoil, fouling, or ballistic deviation
  • Polymer tip
  • Extra-heavy jacket and InterLock™

Tough, accurate premium ammunition that stands in a class by itself. The Hornady® Superformance® SST® bullet's custom propellant blend is unaffected by extreme cold or heat, and formulated to increase muzzle velocity by as much as 200 fps without extra chamber pressure, recoil, fouling, or ballistic deviation. Result: absolutely deadly downrange performance! 20 rounds per box.

Superformance® SST® - it IS rocket science!
The SST bullet has earned the reputation as being a tough, accurate, flat shooting hunting bullet. Its polymer tip streamlines the profile to deliver high BC’s and initiate rapid expansion. The extra-heavy jacket and InterLock™ feature reduce the chance of core/jacket separation, while increasing penetration.

Hornady® Superformance® SST® Bullets 4.5 5 40 40
Deadly Accurate I have downed 3 elk since I started using Hornady SST Ammo. I shoot a Ruger M77 7mm Rem Mag. The ammo is 162 grain. I only started using the ammo 4 years ago. The first elk was a 225 yrd shot, one round it took 3 steps then dropped. The next elk was a 460 yrd shot across a drainage. I heard the bullet strike the elk and it looked to the sky and dropped where it was hit, also one round. The last elk I took was a 340 yrd shot, it staggered when it was hit and then stood there in shock for about 10 seconds and then fell where it stood, another one round hit. This ammo is devastating, the terminal ballistics puts a shock that completely stops the animal in it's tracks. BPS needs to stock this ammo regularly, especially in my caliber and weight. I recommend zeroing your weapon at 200 yrds, I did and like I stated this ammo is deadly accurate. The year I didn't get an elk was because I didn't see an elk. October 17, 2014
had trouble First, I love Hornady ammo, so you won't hear any bashing here. I shoot it in everything I own. A couple years ago, I sighted my son's Rossi 243 in with the Custom 95 grain as recommended by Hornady tech support for my young son. Those things we unreal! I could have driven nails with them and my son took his first 3 deer with them. So fast forward to now and a time where that particular round has been discontinued. I tried the Superformance SST in the same grain, and I will tell you that I was frustrated. I shot 20 rounds from a vise and couldn't group any better than a basketball. I even shot off the target twice. I called tech support and was told to try the 100gr Am. Whitetail Interlocks. The speed makes all the difference. Again, I'm not downing the ammo; I'm just trying to be helpful for someone else that may have trouble in the future. Some "high speed" ammo simply doesn't do very well in some rifles, even if it is extremely close to what you shot before. September 30, 2014
Everything i wanted but BPS doesnt have my caliber Was highly recommended to hornady, felt it would be right for my new 243, never shot a rifle, these were not expensive but were not cheap. So i felt good buying them, took ten shots till my first bulls eye. Not the gun, probably user fualt. I feel confident in this ammo for all my hunting needs, it sure makes a good bang. My daughter will sure enjoy it when she is old enough to use it. I rate this a three cause BPS doesnt have it in stock. August 23, 2014
Excellent bullets October 10, 2010 Gillette, Wyoming. I am shooting a Ruger M77 in .270, after a long stalk, I was able to get a shot, the shot was 250 yards and the Hornady Superformance .270 Win. worked great! The bullet hit just behind the left shoulder and hit the right shoulder joint before exiting. This buck only took about four steps before dropping to the ground. I was shooting the Superformance .270 Win. 130 gr. SST bullet. June 19, 2014
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This sounds like a job for google! First off hollow points will mushroom faster, not sure what you are hunting, but in my experense if you wanna shoot far dont use hollow, hollow is great at stopping deer for about a hundred yards, i find this bullet awesome and affordable but use it for long distance, it does mushroom but witj the plastic tip it mushrooms at a rate that wont allow it to slow down at far distances. Hope this helps
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No, it has a polymer tip, which causes the bullet to mushroom.
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No sst are plastic tips bullets .
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They are essentially a hollow point bullet that has a plastic tip which makes it more aerodynamic and aids in expansion. My experience is that they are better than hollow points if your gun will shoot them without jamming...some semi-autos may not cycle probably due to the pointy tip. If you have a bolt action, lever action, single-shot, or pump then you will love it.
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No they are not hollow point. These are centerfire rifle rounds for big game hunting, a place where hollow point bullets typically do not belong.
Check out hornady's website for their bullet lineup and options.
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They are not hollow point but sure expand like them.
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I am not aware of Hornady hollow points in rifle ammo. They do provide a ballistic tip that sort of acts like a hollow point but has
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The SSTs are a polymer tipped soft pointed bullet, Not a hollow point. But as far as bullet expansion/knockdown power- these SSTs make hollow points look like FMJs. They are the hardest hitting, biggest exit hole making bullet i have ever shot.
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The .270 superformance ammo from hornady use a polymer tipped bullet, and I do not think they offer a hollow point bullet for any .270 cartridge.
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This ammo features the SST bullet which has a polymer tip that initiates expansion quickly upon striking the target. Hollowpoint rifle bullets are typically found in match loads where ultimate accuracy is the only goal. The .270 is a hunting cartridge, and thus not normally loaded with hollow point projectiles. I shot a one inch group @100yds using a Browning A-Bolt and Superformance .270 ammo. It's good stuff!
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