Sierra Varminter Rifle Bullets

   

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22

Grain:
50

Bullet Type:
Blitz

Diameter:
0.224

Quantity:
100

22

Grain:
55

Bullet Type:
Spitzer

Diameter:
0.224

Quantity:
100

6mm

Grain:
60

Bullet Type:
HP

Diameter:
0.243

Quantity:
100
Varmint hunting places extreme demands on bullet performance, and Sierra Varminter bullets are designed to meet and exceed those demands. Lightly constructed to provide explosive expansion while minimizing ricochets and lightweight to obtain high velocities with flat trajectories, these bullets are built to deliver exceptional accuracy to hit small targets shot after shot. Varminter bullets come in a variety of tips and base shapes to match your varmint shooting needs for trajectory, impact, and expansion. Quantity: 100 per box.

    Features:
  • Bullets designed for the demands of varmint shooting
  • Built to provide top accuracy shot after shot
  • Light construction for explosive expansion
  • Lightweight for flat trajectories and high velocity
  • Variety of tips and shapes for your shooting needs

SPT = Spitzer Tip
BLITZ= BlitzKing® polymer tip
HP=Hollow Point
SBT=Spitzer Boattail

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best 22-250 round yet for my Savage I followed the Sierra manual to a tee and these are awesome! August 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by 110 Grain .308 110 Grain on a 30-06 verses a coyote is a little extreme, but I am not eating the coyote. Nice wide open hollow Point though. February 27, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Work Great Sierra varminter work geat just smokes the varmints. April 11, 2011
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I have an older model ruger mini 14,made in 1976. what is the weight bullet I should use in this twist barrel?
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If you have a 8 to 1 twist you can shoot all the bullets made, if you have 10 to twist I would say the lighter bullets 90grs or less.
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the 55 grain will work fine as will the 50 grain
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First you need to know what the caliber is. Is it a 5.56 mm or 6.8 SPC this will tell you the twist ratio. Then you can look up in a reloading manual to find the best load
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