Hornady Ammo

Hornady: Accurate, Deadly, Dependable

 

Hornady Manufacturing was built and thrives to this day on a vision for the future, a trait firmly on display in its ability to harness technology, create cutting-edge designs and craft products enthusiasts deserve. The approach is genetic. The business remains family owned and operated after more than 70 years, and the Hornady spirit appears to be contagious, based on the prowess of its research and development teams.

 

Hornady History

 

Joyce Hornady was an avid hunter and shooter who, although deemed too old for service during World War II, taught marksmanship to security forces stationed at Nebraska’s Grand Island Arsenal. The duties didn’t slow his hunting, although the war effort’s drain on stateside supplies made bullets scarce. So, he figured out how to redraw .22-caliber rimfire brass into bullets suitable for centerfire cartridges. Sometime after VJ Day he partnered with Vernon Speer, and the design became available to the public under the “Speer Hornady Bullets” name.

 

Speer moved to Idaho and built his own legend. Hornady stayed in the Heartland and knew the post-war glut of surplus cartridges was good news for recreational shooters, but also understood the bullets they carried were not ideal for hunting. Add the sudden excess of components—brass, powder, primers—that would make the economy of reloading attractive to returning G.I.s and he saw an opportunity.

 

In 1949 he opened the doors of Hornady Manufacturing Company in Grand Island, NE. Its motto was, and still is today, “Accurate, deadly, dependable.” A .30-caliber 150-grain spire-point was the first bullet it made—a design that remains popular.

 

Korean War Slowdown

 

Sales totaled only $10,000 the first year—not enough to put the books in the black—although the figure tripled in the next 12 months. Staff size grew to four, then the Korean Conflict arrived, and its corresponding scarcity in raw materials. Commercial bullet production slowed, and rather than risk layoffs or idle the business, Hornady entered into a contract with the government to manufacture war effort items.

 

The approach worked and after fighting stopped production resumed to normal. Business was good and by 1958 it the company had outgrown the mid-town building it launched from—formerly an auto body shop. That year the company opened an 8,000-square foot factory west Grand Island, in an area outside city limits. The facility even included a 200-yard, underground range for testing, another testament to the company’s foresight. The location was remote at the time, but today it’s surrounded by buildings.  

 

Hornady Innovation and Cartridges

 

Hornady added sales and marketing staff in the 1960s and the pension for innovation shined when company experiments identified an improved bullet design. The secant ogive spire point was the result, and it’s still used in most pointed-bullet profiles to this day. The technical-sounding approach, in simplest terms, improves ballistic coefficient and exterior ballistics by increasing the radius of the circle reflected by the pointy/rounded end of the bullet—in effect, smoothing things, improving aerodynamics and decreasing drag. Common sense, except if that radius gets too large accuracy is lost and if you sacrifice too much of the projectile’s straight-walled section it can have problems settling into the barrel’s rifling. Thankfully the engineers and ballisticians have done all the heavy calculus.

 

It wasn’t long until the company was offering everything from .22- to .45-caliber bullets for reloaders. Then, in 1964, Hornady rolled out its Frontier Ammunition line of cartridges. Built from surplus brass and Hornady projectiles at strict manufacturing tolerances, it quickly gained favor for performance and affordability.

 

Staff grew to 40 and sales climbed at an annual rate of 30 percent. Consumer demand was so great that manufacturing space was expanded to 25,000-square feet.

 

When the Vietnam war began the company faced a different challenge, though. Surplus brass vanished and, to ensure production continued uninterrupted, Hornady entered into mutually beneficial agreements with other major manufacturers. A byproduct of those relationships continues to this day—seen in the number of Hornady bullets in cartridges assembled by other companies.

 

Joyce Hornady’s youngest son, Steve, came to work for Hornady Manufacturing in 1970. Then in 1971 Hornady Manufacturing purchased Pacific Tool Company—Steve Hornady’s former employer—which had been making reloading presses and gear since 1928. One of the company’s last designs, a progressive press, was so innovative that it continues to be popular to this day.  

 

Despite all the success and challenged, the emphasis on technology and improvement never faltered. In 1965 its engineers developed the Innergroove, scoring inside the bullet to ensure proper “upset” (mushrooming) on impact. The InterLock, which minimizes separation by using an interior ring, came in 1977.  

 

Overcoming Tragedy

 

Joyce Hornady and two members of his staff died on Jan. 15, 1981, while traveling to the firearm industry’s annual Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show.

 

Steve Hornady took over as president. His wife Marval, who had already been working for the company for nearly a decade, became chairman of the board. Joyce’s daughter, Margaret Hornady David and her husband left corporate positions at Polaroid to join the team.

 

Hornady Ammunition

 

What followed is a rapid and unparalleled harnessing of groundbreaking technology in the company’s cartridges and bullets. A large part of that is the engineers the company has attracted, but without management willing to risk it on a concept, none of it would be possible. If you’re one of the many 6.5 Creedmoor fans, you can thank Hornady. It introduced the cartridge in 2007. More recently it gave us the 6.5 PRC and .300 PRC cartridges. Want reliable feeding and stopping power in your self-defense handgun? Hornady has the answer.

 

Hornady Critical Defense

 

One failure in your self-defense gun with your preferred carry cartridge is not acceptable. It’s a simple stovepipe on the range, but in a criminal confrontation, the results can be fatal. Hornady’s Critical Defense and Critical Duty lineup harnesses the company’s FTX (Flex Tip) Bullet tip technology that helps avoid feeding problems, minimizes clogging through barriers like clothing, yet delivers fight-stopping terminal performance. The former is fine-tuned for home- and self-defense, the latter tailored for law enforcement officers, who require better barrier penetration as they protect and serve. The cartridges are available for most handguns and even some long guns.

 

Hornady Custom XTP

 

The ultimate in self-defense loads from the company, however, may be it's Custom XTP (eXtreme Terminal Performance) line of cartridges. Renowned for their accuracy, the projectile is a hollowpoint covered in a jacket of gilding metal to ensure unfailing feeding. Serrations ensure proper upset on impact and the swaged core ensures in-flight stability with proper expansion. It’s available for a variety of chamberings.

 

Hornady LEVERevolution

 

Historically, one of the big limitations to lever-action rifles is a tubular magazine that requires cartridges to line up, single file. If those loads feature a ballistically superior pointed bullet and one of them strikes the primer ahead with enough force, the results are more than just “surprising.” Hornady was the first to solve the problem and put some exterior ballistics back into the equation using the same FTX technology.

 

Hornady A-MAX

 

When precision is key and performance cannot be compromised, take a close look at this Hornady line—from bullets for that precision reloader, to complete cartridges. The A-MAX projectile starts with a secant ogive profile to improve external ballistics, adds a swaged lead core to improve shot-to-shot repeatability and puts it in the company’s AMP jacket, which has virtually zero deviation in wall thickness.  Add an ultra-low drag tip to improve ballistic coefficient and its an ideal option for anyone trying to make that long-distance connection, or dozens of them.

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  1. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 62 Grain FMJ Lead Core - 500 Count

    $49.25

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    Cost Per Bullet 9.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 62 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 22-250, 220 Swift, 221 Rem Fireball, 222 Rem, 222 Rem Mag, 223 Rem, 5.56x45mm
    Quantity 500
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 22760B

    New in 2017, Hornady has released a 62 grain .224 diameter bullet that features their AMP® bullet jacket (Advanced Manufacturing Process) which utilizes a thicker bullet jacket than many competitors. This thicker jacket helps mitigate bullet deformation upon going through a target. Hornady has developed a great reputation for quality and their bullet jackets are sought after by many for their reputation for consistent high quality from bullet to bullet.

    This bullet features a ballistic coefficient (G1) of .274.

    Customer Reviews

    A little pricy but good bullets

    good bullets

    Review by JOHN (Posted on 12/6/2020)

    223 bullets

    Good price, fast shipping

    Review by Robert (Posted on 11/30/2020)

    Great company, great product

    Company is great and love buying from them. This product is great for everyday shooting.

    Review by Reloader101 (Posted on 11/29/2020)

    Great purchase!

    Good product, great shipping!

    Review by Kenny (Posted on 11/29/2020)

    Best BANG for your buck

    I mostly plink so its nice to find inexpensive components. Will definitely purchase these again.

    Review by Chalky (Posted on 11/26/2020)

    Good value

    Good bullets for the price ,

    Review by Bang bang (Posted on 5/10/2020)

    Good plinker

    Good plinking round easy loading. These rounds are good target rounds for setting sights on target or just plinking. They are not consistent on weight but shoot better than I'm able to shoot.

    Review by Mike (Posted on 2/25/2020)

    Like It

    Worked out very well, Great plinker

    Review by Nam (Posted on 2/9/2020)

    Like It

    Very Happy with the purchase,worked out well

    Review by Nam (Posted on 2/8/2020)

    Good bullets

    Very please with these bullets. Good quality and accurate in 1/7 barrel out through 300 yds.

    Review by Mike (Posted on 9/15/2019)

    try you will like

    great shooting bullet

    Review by groundhog (Posted on 2/3/2019)

  2. Hornady .355 Diameter Bullets - 100 Grain EFMJ - 3500 Count

    $475.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 13.6¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 100 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 357 Sig, 380 ACP, 9mm
    Quantity 3500
    Bullet Type Enclosed Metal Jacket (EMJ)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 35527B

    As you likely know, Hornady has been making top-quality ammunition for many years. They have some of the finest rifle and handgun rounds in the country, and also supply a large selection of reloading supplies and accessories like these 9x19 full metal jacket bullets.

    9mm is a fast and reliable caliber and although it has excellent stopping power, it also delivers manageable recoil, making it a favorite among target and competition shooters. If you go through lots of 9mm rounds, order this 3500-count box of 100 grain, enclosed full metal jacket bullets and you can reload your brass with high-quality projectiles.

    The full metal jacket in these rounds is extremely reliable in autoloading handguns. They are designed to feed smoothly from the magazine to the chamber, and will give you less fouling in the barrel. Down range, they are reliable and effective, resulting in superior performance during your competitions or training.

    Customer Reviews

    All were good

    Would recommend to my friends

    Review by GA (Posted on 5/4/2021)

  3. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 75 Grain HPBT MATCH - 100 Count

    $22.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 22.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 75 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 2279

    Customer Reviews

    Look no further

    Looking for a new loading for a new long range SDMR/SPR 20" AR I was fortunate to pick these Hornady 75gr HPBT early on. I matched them with 24gr. Varget, and 19.5gr.IMR4198. Both of these loading were VERY accurate grouping .250" to .750" at 100yards. Other powders that worked were H322, H355, 748 but the IMR4198 was best. Please use my info only as a recommendation all reloading safety should be taken and is your responsibility.

    Review by justGerry (Posted on 4/19/2019)

  4. Hornady .308 Diameter Bullets - 150 Grain FMJBT - 100 Count

    $32.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 32.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 150 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 30 Caliber, 300 AAC Blackout, 308 Win
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 3037

    Please note: This is not loaded ammunition.

    If you are an avid reloader that revels in the time spent meticulously handloading your rounds, this bullet is for you! This Full Metal Jacket .308" diameter round features a boat tail design (hence the designation FMJ-BT) that improves aerodynamic and ballistic performance that will make you an even better shooter...or at least look the part. Producted by Hornady, this bullet is built with the highest design and production standards.

    Note: This product is only intended to be used in rifles with tubular magazines due to safety concerns.

    Customer Reviews

    Better than NATO

    I've loaded and shot hundreds of these in my .308 gas guns. This is a good all around service rifle bullet. Way better than 147 gr. NATO pulls or repros in both M1a and AR 10.

    Review by John (Posted on 4/28/2021)

    Great Value - Going to Buy More

    Great for practicing shooting out to 100 yards and probably beyond. When loaded precisely, neck tension, coal on ogive consistent powder charge, etc. able to shoot .75 moa with my ruger american in .308. Also great for the M1 garand, almost identical to the original bullets meant for the gun. Very consistent in weight, length, etc. Obviously not a 600 yard or hunting bullet.

    Review by judson (Posted on 4/4/2021)

    Great products great service.

    These projectiles are nice and they are super friendly and helpful. I thought my order got stolen and they were willing to ship me the order again free if it had got stolen. Long story short my order showed up and Fed Ex said it was delivered before it was. But just the fact they were willing to make sure I got my product meant a ton to me. I’ll be a lifetime customer once they get more things I need in stock.

    Review by Alan (Posted on 3/31/2021)

    Good quality product for the low price you pay.

    Good quality product at a great price. Fast convenient delivery.

    Review by J.J. (Posted on 3/9/2021)

    308

    Great Deal.Would buy again if available

    Review by Bullets (Posted on 3/3/2021)

    1st order

    Exactly what I ordered. Shipped quickly.

    Review by Bullets (Posted on 3/1/2021)

    Very consistent grains.

    Good price, fast shipping.

    Review by Gary (Posted on 2/10/2021)

    Cherry

    Bugga is cherry

    Review by Myabingy (Posted on 1/27/2021)

    Cherry

    Bugga is cherry

    Review by Miah (Posted on 1/24/2021)

  5. Hornady .308 Diameter Bullets - 180 Grain SST - 100 Count

    $33.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 33.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 180 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 30 Caliber, 30-06, 30-40 Krag, 300 AAC Blackout, 300 Rem SAUM, 300 Rem Ultra Mag, 300 Savage, 300 Weatherby, 300 Win Mag, 300 Win Short Mag, 300 WSM, 308 Win
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type SST
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 30702

  6. Hornady .308 Diameter Bullets - 150 Grain Round Nose - 100 Count

    $37.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 37.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 150 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 30 Caliber, 300 AAC Blackout, 308 Win
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Round Nose
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 3035

    Customer Reviews

    Fast delivery under the COVID-19 circumstances.

    Very nice to deal with. Hornady still very good bullets.

    Review by Jeannied (Posted on 3/1/2021)

  7. Hornady Frontier 223 Rem 55 Grain HP Match – 20 Rounds

    $21.50

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point (HP)
    Use Type match or precision shooting, plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU FR140
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255711349
    Cost Per Round $1.08 per round

    This Frontier label 223 Rem ammunition by Hornady is great for all the long-distance shooters out there. It showcases the Nebraskan master’s HP Match, which is basically 55 grains of nothing but accuracy-enhancing features.

    The HP Match’s swaged lead core is highly uniform, and doesn’t possess air pockets that could impact its balance. Its AMP jacket is drawn with virtually zero runout or variations in its wall thickness. The HP Match is also extremely sleek, from its narrow meplat to its secant ogive geometry to its sloping boat tail.

    This round’s HP Match bursts out of a 24” barrel at a velocity of 3,240 fps. So well-balanced and streamlined a bullet exhibits a G1 BC of 0.254, and can be counted on to remain supersonic beyond 700 yards. Whether you’re shooting targets or varmints, so flat a trajectory is certain to come in very handy.

    The Lake City Army Ammunition Plant loads this AR-15 ammo. Widener’s customers who can’t get enough brass are sure to find a good use for this ammo’s new production cases, which are visibly annealed and long-lasting. Lake City’s military-grade primers, propellant and loading practices deliver reliable performance however you shoot!

  8. Hornady Frontier 223 Rem 68 Grain BTHP Match – 20 Rounds

    $22.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 68 Grain
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
    Use Type match or precision shooting, plinking at the range, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU FR160
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255711387
    Cost Per Round $1.14 per round

    The American frontier is gone, but Hornady Frontier keeps going strong! This is the 223 Rem ammo you want to chamber when accuracy is key – grouping tight shots through paper, or landing a single bullet clean between a gopher’s peepers.

    Hornady utilizes their industry’s most advanced loading equipment and protocol when they piece together a Frontier load. This American-made ammo’s brass cases are military-grade, and you can see by their annealing that they’re poised to reload several times. This ammo’s primers are also military-grade, which promotes consistent ballistics along with its uniform propellant charges and bullet weights.

    Each bullet is Hornady’s accurate BTHP Match. It features its manufacturer’s Advanced Manufacturing Process jacket and a form-fitted swaged lead core, both of which enhance in-flight stability to ensure the meplat is always pointed at its target. The BTHP Match’s secant ogive profile, boat tail and narrow hollow point meplat all decrease in-flight drag to flatten trajectory. Zero in at 200 yards and you can expect only 7.5” of bullet drop at 300!

    The BTHP Match’s hollow point doesn’t affect terminal ballistics by creating expansion. The impact of a 68 grain bullet alone ought to take care of most varmint hunting and self-defense applications, though.

    Customer Reviews

    Good Quality and Great Service

    After spending a couple of hours looking for a decent price on 68 grain .223 BTHP ammo that was in stock, I finally found Widener's site, and they actually had it in stock. This ammo is pricy everywhere, but Widener's had it available for about a nickel per round below the next best price. I immediately placed an order, and the shipment showed up two days before I expected it. I will definitely look forward to looking to Widener's when I've saved up enough money for another purchase.

    Review by Michael C. (Posted on 4/7/2021)

  9. Hornady Frontier 5.56x45 68 Grain BTHP Match – 20 Rounds

    $23.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 68 Grain
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
    Use Type home defense, match or precision shooting, plinking at the range, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm
    Manufacturer SKU FR310
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255711608
    Cost Per Round $1.19 per round

    The American Frontier no longer exists, but Hornady Frontier is alive and well. We’ve got a bunch of it in our warehouse, as a matter of fact, and it’s ready for action whether you’ve got long-distance shooting, varmint detail or home defense in your plans!

    This 5.56x45 cartridge is designed to turn any AR-15 into a capable sniper rifle. It’s furnished with a heavyweight 68 grain bullet. It’ll stabilize best out of a rifle with a 1:8 barrel twist, but a little faster or slower twist will be okay as well. As a boat tail hollow point this bullet features a ballistically efficient profile and balanced, uniformly distributed lead core. It won’t expand inside of its target, but it’s certain to get there courtesy of its match grade accuracy.

    Frontier ammo is non-corrosive, nonmagnetic, and made in America. This ammo’s military-grade brass cases are consistently drawn and chambered to help them reliably weave in and out of a chamber, and you can rest assured they’re good for handloading.

  10. Hornady Superformance 22 Rem 50 Grain V-MAX – 20 Rounds

    $40.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 50 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 222 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 8316
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255383164
    Cost Per Round $2.04 per round

    222 Remington ammo complete with Brass cases and a V-MAX projectile. Manufactured by Hornady to the highest of standards with a Boxer primer and 50 Grain bullet, the quality components come together and add up to a round that's great for varmint hunting. You'll get 20 rounds shipped fast when you order this today.

  11. Hornady 204 Ruger 40 Grain V-MAX - 20 Rounds

    $50.45

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 40 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 204 Ruger
    Manufacturer SKU 83206
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255832068
    Cost Per Round $2.52 per round

    You can get the effective varmint ammunition you need by ordering this 20-count box of .204 Remington cartridges. These rounds give you outstanding speed and enough energy to handle varmints on all sizes, including coyotes, raccoons, and opossums. With Hornady’s V-MAX Superformance design, the 40-grain bullets are ready to give you superior ballistics.

    These V-MAX cartridges will give you a racing muzzle velocity of 3,900 feet per seconds and a muzzle energy of 1,351 foot pounds. Even when they reach 200 yards, they still have over 3,000 feet per second of speed and 855 foot pounds of energy. These are the rounds you need for long-distance varmint hunting. The polymer-tipped bullet enhances aerodynamics while the smooth case delivers consistent feeding.

    Hornady is one of the country’s most popular ammunition brands. This Nebraska-based company began creating big-game ammunition in 1949 and remains a popular, innovative, and versatile manufacturer to this day.

    Customer Reviews

    Outstanding accuracy and excellent wind resistance out to 500 yds.

    These rounds consistently deliver 3/8"-1/2" ,5 round group at 100 yds. With my 67 yr. Old eyes and trigger finger I am quite pleased with the results. Wind drift for a full scale 90 degree wind was only about an inch at a 100 yds also.

    Review by Rodney (Posted on 2/11/2017)

  12. Hornady .510 Diameter Bullets - 750 Grain A-MAX - 20 Count

    $52.00

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    Cost Per Bullet $2.60 per bullet
    Bullet Weight 750 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 50 BMG
    Quantity 20
    Bullet Type Polymer Tipped
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 5165

    Hornady's A-MAX line is the result of more than 50 years of studying bullet performance. Each projectile in this box of 20 is .510" in diameter and weighs 750 grains. These bullets are engineered to provide match and competition shooters with the highest level of consistency and reliability. These projectiles feature a low drag tip and a secant ogive profile to raise the ballistic coeffieient and increase in-flight stability. Each bullet has a swaged lead core that is wrapped in Hornaday's AMP copper jacket. The results are a bullet that is extremely uniform and has near zero wall thickness variation.

    Don't forget to check out Widener's selection of Brass, while you're here.

    **This is not loaded ammunition.**

    Customer Reviews

    These things are Boss!

    I can hardly wait to put a couple of these down range, but reloading first, shooting second and repeat. Beautiful product!

    Review by Jeffie70 (Posted on 4/8/2021)

    good out to at least 1000 yds

    My three 50's shoot these A-maxes very consistently at 1000 yd matches. Wideners has always been a good source of 50 BMG components and they run sales on these products as well. I am a long time Wideners customer. They offer good products at good prices. They are my go to place for reloading everything.

    Review by Richard (Posted on 4/17/2016)

  13. Hornady Match 300 PRC 225 Grain ELD Match – 20 Rounds

    $64.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 225 Grain
    Bullet Type ELD
    Use Type match or precision shooting, plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 300 PRC
    Manufacturer SKU 82162
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255821628
    Cost Per Round $3.24 per round

    You own a 300 PRC rifle because you like grouping shots tighter than Uncle Scrooge’s purse strings. Who better than Hornady, the 300 PRC’s developer, to make the match ammo for that rifle?

    This 300 PRC cartridge spotlights the 225 grain ELD Match. It is one of the finest competition bullets in production, with an extremely concentric AMP jacket, streamlined secant ogive profile, and boat tail to help it retain greater velocity downrange. The ELD Match’s Heat Shield tip is specially designed to resist intense air friction – even when catapulted out of the muzzle at 2,810 fps, this bullet’s tip will not warp or deform.

    Each round in this box of 20 has an intensely standardized select brass case, propellant charge, and primer. Hornady scrutinizes every Match load to ensure its absolutely uniformity with its brothers. With such fine components and craftsmanship on its side, this round’s ELD Match reliably achieves a G1 ballistic coefficient of 0.777!

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