Shoot a box of Remington Core-Lokt Centerfire ammo to see why it has remained the leader in centerfire deer ammo for more than six decades. The original controlled-expansion bullet design, Core-Lokt ammo remains one of the most effective hunting cartridges ever developed. A progressively tapered copper jacket is locked to a solid lead core to promote a perfectly controlled expansion and high weight retention upon impact.
Rated 4 out of 5 by tasaman 25/06 not so good in Ruger
I was shooting the 120gr in 25/06 in my Ruger Hawkeye and only did 3 inch groups. Switched to another brand and am happy with the 1'" groups. I know not every gun likes every bullet or load so this is only in my gun. Did hunt with these last year and did shoot I think 3 deer with them. They were all pass through and one was a head shot. Bullet held up and no fragments inside so terminal performance was great. I just didn't take any shots over 125 yards.
October 14, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Getnsquirrelee Good bullets
I just went hunting white tail with this in 300WSM. I shot one 120lbs doe with them at about 30 yards. The entry was perfect but the bullet eploded upon impact with bone. It did not hold together at all. It definatly dropped her but did not stay together like it's supposed to.
October 13, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by kev22 ammo
Good ammo but cost much higher than outher stores.
September 2, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by bass19 Very Good Purchase
I have been using Remington core -lokt bullets for forty years and has never let me down.
August 16, 2010
i am not an ammunition expert by any means,but the 22 hornet being an exceptional varmint caliber is not a common caliber that a lot of people use making the manufacture of a small supply of these cartridges a lot more expensive to make and distribute thus driving up the retail cost.
The 22 hornet cartidge has been around for a long timeand people tend to want the latest and greatest round available, which is now the .17 HMR. Which is making the 22 hornet a "rare" cartridge. And with most things...rare=expensive. just my theory
More than likely it is because most manufacturers box them in 50 round quantities(compared to most everything else being 20 round). But it is also a "odd" round and they are usually a little more expensive in general.
22 hornet is expensive when compared to 22LR but not if you compare if to other center fire cartridges. look at the performance between the cartridges and you'll get a good idea that the 22s are not i the same category of performance.