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 6.5 Grendel Unprimed Brass Cases - 50

    Hornady 6.5 Grendel Unprimed Brass Cases - 50

    $44.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Ammo Caliber 6.5 Grendel
    Manufacturer SKU 86283
    Quantity 50

    If you have a rifle that takes the 6.5 Grendel cartridge, you can save on all of your shooting hobbies by loading your own cartridges. With these unprimed brass cases, you’ll have the foundation for a highly-effective cartridge that will cycle smoothly and deliver the performance you expect.

    These unprimed cases have a tight wall concentricity that ensures precise seating of the bullet and aids in a uniform release on ignition. The wall thickness is vital for accuracy, so this case has excellent tolerances for superior performance. These bullets are manufactured for the maximum amount of possible reloads, helping you get long-term reliability and cost savings from your hunting or target-shooting rounds.

    While Hornady has excellent unprimed cases, the company is also known for their innovations in bullet design. Founded in 1949 in Nebraska, this company has become one of the most popular manufactures for many different shooting products.

  2. Hornady Brass Casings - 6.5 Creedmoor - New Unprimed - 50 Count

    $44.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Ammo Caliber 6.5mm Creedmoor
    Primer Type Not Applicable
    Manufacturer SKU 86281
    Quantity 50
    Handloading takes too much time and care to compromise a project with anything less than a high quality brass casing. Hornady engages the same minutia which makes their bullets top notch when they make brass casings as well, so with these 50 6.5 Creedmoor casings you can make certain that your next project is a resounding success.

    Hornady emphasizes the tightness of their casing’s wall concentricity, so this one seats a bullet snugly, chambers tightly, and ensures proper bullet release upon ignition to promote high accuracy. Hornady has manufactured this casing according to the tight tolerances needed for superior accuracy as well. Each of these 50 casings has a uniform capacity and weight, so the consistency of your handloads’ performance will reflect your skill rather than chance. These casings’ exceptional durability means they’ll be good for far more than one load apiece -- just 50 ought to give you at least a few hundred shots.
  3. Hornady .355 Diameter Bullets - 115 Grain HAP Bulk - 3000 Count

    $369.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 12.3¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 9mm
    Quantity 3000
    Bullet Type Hornady Action Pistol (HAP)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 35528B

    Hornady Action Pistol (HAP) bullets are a direct response to competitive shooters buying up XTP projectiles for their reloading needs. By comparison to XTPs, the HAP design is less expensive and not designed to expand, but retains the hollow cavity, longer body, and immaculate jacket and lead core quality that match shooters have come to appreciate. That makes these .355 inch diameter bullets a smart choice for custom handloads that will be used in IDPA, USPSA, IPSC, or just practice.

    Each projectile weighs in at 115 grains and has a copper-jacketed profile that is appropriate for high-velocity loads. The sleek, slanted ogive feeds excellently while the core and jacket exhibit a high level of uniformity in their dimensions and density. This balance will contribute to more accurate loads once your cartridges are complete. Hornady has been around since 1949 and makes some of the most unique, sought-after projectiles in the United States.

    Customer Reviews

    The 9 mm were fantastic!

    The 9 mm are fantastic!

    Review by Kathy (Posted on 2/24/2021)

    115 gr hornady hap

    Ordered bulk 3000. Shipping was excellent. Extremely acurate and consistent reloading qualities. Extremely satisfied with this bullets.

    Review by Rick (Posted on 9/8/2019)

    Used for Bullseye with 9mm pistols and they are accurate

    In bulk (3000) the price is good for use in accuracy competitions. Wideners has had best price. Use Berry 115 HB for practice.

    Review by James Smith (Posted on 5/21/2017)

    WoW!

    I'm an accuracy nut, an 82-year-old accuracy nut. NRA Classified Lifetime master, Aw the good old days!

    After switching from 1911's to Glock for CCDW & Home defense I became obsessed with the idea of getting my Glock’s to shoot like my custom 1911 target guns.

    So, to make a long story short, using the 115 gr. Hornady HAP bullets and shooting from my ransom rest at 25 yards I can now get consistent 5 shot groups less than 2 inches at 25 yards, and 10 shot groups frequently 2 inches, or less at the same distance.

    They are listed as a target bullet but shooting them and FMJ bullets into soft dirt, and mud 10 to 15 yards they do expand and the size of impact holes are noticeable larger with the HAP bullet.

    Reliability in feeding? I had to work with the overall length a while, but this is my 3rd case of these and have not had a single failure to function since the first 200 rounds while working out what the overall length my guns liked.

    Hornady 115 gr. HAP, That’s my bullet for 9mm.

    Review by TwoGlock (Posted on 3/16/2017)

  4. Hornady .355 Diameter Bullets - 124 Grain FMJ - 2900 Count

    $379.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 13.1¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 124 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 357 Sig, 9mm
    Quantity 2900
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Enclosed Base (FMJE)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 35577B

    These .355 inch diameter projectiles from Hornady are perfect for reloading 9mm Luger and .357 SIG for both training and competitive purposes. Hornady constructs these rounds using an AMP (Advanced Manufacturing Process) copper jacket which is thicker than conventional coatings and reduces deformities while maintaining consistent wall thickness and concentric shape throughout the entire bullet. In addition, these 124 grain projectiles high grade FMJ bullets.

    Hornady is one of the most trusted and recognizable names in hunting, sporting, and defensive ammunition production and is well respected for their unique projectiles. Be sure to pick up some small primers and pistol powder to go with your bulk projectile order.

    Customer Reviews

    They discharged in a manner that is satifoctory to my needs.

    They delivered on time. The product was as described. The product loaded well, with about 500 successfully discharged for fun and sampling at the end build of the 2900-provided projectiles. There are no issues to report.

    Review by New loader Dec 2023 (Posted on 5/27/2024)

    My reloading order

    Good price, great product & very good service. I will be back soon.

    Review by 357 Butch (Posted on 5/2/2021)

    Great bullets!

    Glad you had these in stock! Great bullets for reloading and accurate for practice.

    Review by Recargador (Posted on 5/24/2020)

  5. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 52 Grain HPBT MATCH - 100 Count

    $15.85

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    Cost Per Bullet 15.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 52 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 2249

    Customer Reviews

    Great service, great price

    Great to reload

    Review by Grsmith (Posted on 11/17/2023)

    Very Accurate Bullet!!!

    Love these bullets! We want to get them in the 1000 ea. size box!!!!!

    Review by Grog (Posted on 9/29/2023)

    top quality

    Would go again

    Review by jewatso (Posted on 1/1/2023)

    Total satisfaction

    Top quality Hornady products , great Widener s service and a good price ; TOTAL SATISFACTION !

    Review by Shoot n Crazy (Posted on 9/21/2020)

  6. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 53 Grain HP - 6000 Count

    $980.00

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 16.3¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 53 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 6000
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point (HP)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 2250B

    Few cartridges have the speed, accuracy, and versatility of the .223 Remington. This round, which has gained a popular following thanks to the “AR” style firearms, has become one of the most commonly used bullets for both hunting and target shooting. Thanks to a strong load and a light yet capable bullet, gun owners use this type of cartridge for all sorts of game, including predators, wild hogs, and even some species of deer.

    If you want a high-quality bullets for your .223 rounds, pick up this box of 6,000 hollow point projectiles. You’ll be able to reload your cases with bullets that are effective in the field or at the range, thanks in large part to the hollow point tip that ensures effective performance upon impact.

    Hornady is one of the top names in rifle ammunition. They are known for their innovative designs and dedication to accuracy. They not only create top-quality bullets for rifles, they also have some of the best cartridges for handguns and shotguns.

  7. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 75 Grain HPBT MATCH - 4000 Count

    $749.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 18.7¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 75 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 4000
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 2279B

    If you own a rifle that takes .223 Remington cartridges, you need to stock up on the finest and most reliable bullets for reloading your cases. With this box, you’ll get 4,000 reloadable bullets from Hornady, one of the top names in ammo manufacturing. The .223 Remington case is extremely effective for both hunting and target shooting, so make sure you have the right bullets for reloading them properly.

    This box gives you 75-grain bullets that are fast, effective, and reliable. Not only do they have accurate performance downrange, the heavier bullet (compared to the typical 55-grain) and hollow point ensures outstanding terminal performance. The AMP jacket is consistent from front to back, and the swaged lead core ensures greater balance.

    Hornady has some of the best ammo choices for both rifles and handguns. You can turn to this manufacturer for both target shooting, reloading supplies, and hunting, making them a top choice among experienced gun owners.

  8. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 55 Grain V-MAX W/C - 100 Count

    $20.00

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 20.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 22272

    Customer Reviews

    Excellent bullets!

    The Hornady V-MAX bullets are exactly what I was looking for when I discovered Wideners, and the quality is as good as I thought it would be.

    Review by Ray O (Posted on 3/12/2023)

    Fast shipping

    Great product great price, thanks

    Review by Butch (Posted on 4/8/2022)

    Superb bullet

    Using them in 223 superb accuracy
    Ballistics show 3100 ft./s

    Review by Mouse (Posted on 2/20/2022)

  9. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 53 Grain V-MAX - 100 Count

    $21.85

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    • Buy 5 at $17.85 /each and save
    Cost Per Bullet 17.8¢ to 21.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 53 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 22265

    If you use the .223 Remington cartridge for varmint hunting, order this 100-count box from Hornady and you’ll have effective reloading bullets for your empty cases. These 53-grain bullets are from Hornady’s V-MAX brand, which is specifically-design to give maximum effectiveness on larger varmints like coyote.

    From front to back, these .224-inch diameter bullets have innovative features that make the projectile extremely reliable in varmint hunting situations. They have a polymer tip that allows the bullet to cut through the air while providing excellent terminal ballistics. The swaged lead core give the bullet balance during flight, while the aerodynamic profile further enhances long-range accuracy.

    When you are looking for reliable, effective bullets and whole ammunition, you can turn to Hornady. This innovative company has been providing world-class shooting products to American gun owners since 1949. Whether you are a recreational shooter, hunter, or elite competition marksman, you can find the ammo you need from Hornady.

    Customer Reviews

    Shipping

    I will be ordering from Widners again.

    Review by Bwhntr53 (Posted on 12/28/2020)

    Product has performed as expected...will purchase again

    Built a rifle specifically for this bullet and it has performed to my expectations. Accurate and devastating on coyotes. Wideners processed my order and shipped very fast. Very pleased.

    Review by Geno (Posted on 12/28/2020)

    Received in timely manner considering the way things are now.

    Glad I was able to get some on these bullets.
    Seems like everyone is out of these.

    Review by DR. DOOM (Posted on 12/26/2020)

    Just what I ordered.

    Received my order in three time frame specified. Great service.

    Review by Don (Posted on 12/25/2020)

    Hornady 224 53gr

    Good quality and a great price. I had awesome service, Thank you Rich

    Review by Rich (Posted on 12/24/2020)

  10. Hornady Varmint Express 17 HM2 17 Grain V-MAX – 500 Rounds

    $109.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 17 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 17 HM2 (Mach 2)
    Manufacturer SKU 83177
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 20090255831775
    Cost Per Round 22¢ per round
    History may have been drastically altered if our ancestors had access to this 17 HM2 cartridge from Hornady’s Varmint Express line of ammunition. Had everyone opened fire on every rat that crossed their paths back in the 14th century, Europe might not have lost more than half her population to the bubonic plague. Unfortunately we just didn’t have the technology yet, but that means if another bubonic plague decimates us again we’ve only ourselves to blame for letting it happen.

    This round sports a 17 grain V-MAX projectile, which features a polymer tip that streamlines its profile for superior accuracy. The tip rests over a hollow in the bullet’s swaged lead core, into which it is driven upon impact where it initiates instantaneous fragmentation that would prove disastrous for any varmint, plague rat or otherwise. Each of these 500 cartridges further features a select brass casing, reliable rimfire primer, and consistent propellant load.
  11. Hornady .355 Diameter Bullets - 115 Grain XTP HP - 100 Count

    $22.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 22.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 357 Sig, 9mm
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 35540

    Customer Reviews

    Excellent

    Excellent product at a great price , will be back again if the price stays the same as the last time I purchased some fifteen years ago, good job

    Review by RC (Posted on 12/22/2021)

    Good

    Nice

    Review by Steve (Posted on 10/10/2021)

    XTP BULLETS

    These bullets always work very well.

    Review by RANDY (Posted on 5/24/2021)

    Very nice craftsmanship

    I love these jhp bullets I now have loads of them ready to go no feed issues once correct seating depth is achieved

    Review by Andrew (Posted on 5/3/2021)

    Excellent bullets at a fair price

    I was thrilled to be able to find these excellent bullets in stock
    During this craziness . The Widener co.was great to deal with ,
    Shipping was quick , the price was good . I’ve never been disappointed
    With anything carrying the Hornadys name , it’s a name I trust .

    Review by Garander (Posted on 12/14/2020)

    Excellent transaction

    Product was exactly as described. Shipping was incredibly fast. I would highly recommend Wideners to everyone.

    Review by Lee (Posted on 12/14/2020)

  12. Hornady 30 Cal .308 Diameter Bullets - 150 Grain FMJBT - 100 Count

    $24.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 24.8¢ 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

    Perfect and quick shipment

    Quick shipping and quickly reloaded - I will buy again

    Review by Jim (Posted on 3/26/2024)

    I have used these in the past. I like them.

    As I need them I will make another purchase. Thanks again.

    Review by Louis (Posted on 2/21/2022)

    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 4/5/2021)

    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 4/1/2021)

    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 3/10/2021)

    308

    Great Deal.Would buy again if available

    Review by Bullets (Posted on 3/4/2021)

    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 2/11/2021)

    Cherry

    Bugga is cherry

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

    Cherry

    Bugga is cherry

    Review by Miah (Posted on 1/25/2021)

  13. Hornady 17 HM2 17 Grain V-MAX - 50 Rounds

    $12.55

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 17 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 17 HM2 (Mach 2)
    Manufacturer SKU 83177
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255831771
    Cost Per Round 25.1¢ per round

    This .17 HM2 (not to be confused with .17 HMR, which which it is not interchangeable) ammunition from Hornady is a fearsome varmint load ideal for squirrels, groundhogs, rabbits, and other small pests.

    Each cartridge in this box of 50 fires a light 17 grain V-MAX hollow point bullet at 2,100 feet per second. The V-MAX is a polymer-tipped design optimized for rapid fragmentation.

    Hornady is the developer of the HM2 cartridge and the manufacturer of this ammo. This ammo is made in the USA.

  14. Hornady .204 Diameter Bullets - 32 Grain V-MAX - 100 Count

    $26.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 26.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 32 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 204 Ruger
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 22004
    Hornady's V-MAX line of projectiles are a fantastic choice for custom varmint and predator loads. Each bullet in this box of 100 has a .204" diameter, is 32 grains, and has a sharp polymer tip. These bullets have a swaged lead core and a small cavity under the polymer tip that promotes dramatic fragmentation of the jacket and core, even at lower velocities. V-MAX projectiles are engineered with a very aerodynamic profile and a high ballistic coefficient to give shooters the highest level of accuracy and in-flight stability.

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

    **This is not loaded ammunition.**

    Customer Reviews

    great accuracy

    High quality

    Review by Oakley (Posted on 5/28/2020)

  15. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 35 Grain V-MAX - 100 Count

    Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 35 Grain V-MAX - 100 Count

    $27.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 27.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 35 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 22252
  16. Hornady .312 Diameter Bullets - 85 Grain XTP HP - 100 Count

    $28.75

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 28.7¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 85 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 32 ACP
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type XTP
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 32050
  17. Hornady .309 Diameter Bullets - 90 Grain XTP HP - 100 Count

    $28.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 28.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 90 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 7.62 X 25 Tokarev
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 31000
    Hornady's eXtreme Terminal Performance (XTP) line of projectiles are designed for hunting, self-defense and law-enforcement applications. Each bullet in this box of 100 has a .309" diameter and is 90 grains. These Hollow Point (HP) projectiles have tapered jackets with precise serrations cut into them that promote controlled and uniform expansion even at low velocities. The lead core is totally uniform which provides greater in-flight stability and balanced expansion. Hornady has earned a reputation for providing shooters with very accurate and consistent projectiles.

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

    **This is not loaded ammunition.**
  18. Hornady .204 Diameter Bullets - 24 Grain NTX - 100 Count

    $28.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 28.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 24 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 204 Ruger
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Polymer Tipped
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 22000
    Hornady's NXT line provides shooters with accurate and reliable projectiles that have non-traditional cores. Each bullet in this box of 100 is .204" in diameter, weighs 24 grains and houses a polymer tip. These projectiles are designed to be compliant with shooting and hunting areas that have lead restrictions. Hornady engineered these lead free bullets to have ultra flat trajectories and a streamlined profile. These projectiles have a match grade copper jacket design to provide exceptional accuracy at any range. These bullets are California compatible.

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

    **This is not loaded ammunition.**
  19. Hornady .400 Diameter Bullets - 200 Grain XTP – 100 Count

    $28.85

    In stock

    • Buy 5 at $25.85 /each and save
    Cost Per Bullet 25.9¢ to 28.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 200 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 10mm, 40 S&W
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type XTP
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 40060
    This is not loaded ammunition. You cannot fire these components bullets right out of the box. You have to load them first, just like you have to cook a Thanksgiving turkey before you can eat it.

    Are you loading your own 40 S&W self-defense loads? Are you loading your own 10mm hunting loads? Or are you just trying to create the most accurate .40 cal cartridges possible? It all starts with the Hornady eXtreme Terminal Performance.

    When you load these 0.400” diameter 200 grain bullets, you get to appreciate just how many features Hornady is able to pack into a single drawn gilding metal jacket. The XTP’s protective jacket doesn’t let its swaged lead core touch the feed ramp, and it also keeps the nose cavity’s rim from deforming during initial impact. That preserves the jacketed hollow point’s ability to produce wide terminal expansion. The XTP’s jacket is notched, and it becomes increasingly thinner the closer it gets to the rim – two features which also promote more reliable expansion. Its core uniformity and jacket concentricity also give the XTP awesome accuracy. You will not be misusing these bullets if you only load them in match rounds!

    Hornady is one of America’s most respected bullet manufacturers. Uniform in weight and dimensions, their XTP represents the old Nebraskan company’s very best work!

    Customer Reviews

    Excellent

    Hard hitting.

    Review by Arbcruiser (Posted on 3/5/2023)

    Great bullet

    Love these bullets, buy them when ever they are on sale. Very hard hitting HP.

    Review by PCFlorida (Posted on 9/4/2016)

  20. Hornady 22 WMR 30 Grain V-MAX Polymer Tip Ammo - 500 Rounds

    $149.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 30 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 22 Magnum (WMR)
    Manufacturer SKU 83202
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 20090255832024
    Cost Per Round 30¢ per round

    This 22 WMR is the epitome of a quality performing rimfire ammunition. The engineering of this product with the V-Max Polymer Tipped projectiles result in unmatched accuracy at longer distances. It has a muzzle velocity of 2,200 feet per second and excellent terminal performance out to 125 yards. Whether you are looking to hunt some varmint or just a great training ammo, this bulk 22 WMR is just what you're looking for.

    Hornady knows how to culminate tradition with innovation with their ammunition. Whether it is hunting, sporting, or self-defense, Hornady listens and delivers. Hornady leaders use the highest quality powders and components, advanced technology, and deliver record-setting ammunition!

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

    $31.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 31.8¢ 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

    I immediately reloaded them and they look great

    Perfect bullets for my 1884 model. I will buy again

    Review by JIM (Posted on 3/26/2024)

    Wow

    I ordered these for my brother Kevin so that maybe he can get more accurate loads for his 30-30. They loaded up great . They look great. I'm sure they will perform.

    Review by Kevin's 30-30 (Posted on 11/6/2023)

    Hard to find

    Finally reloading bullets.

    Review by Kevin (Posted on 1/17/2023)

    HARD TO COME BY

    I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR THESE FOR A COUPLE YEAR. EXTREMELY
    HAPPY TO FINALLY FIND THEM

    Review by JAY (Posted on 11/2/2022)

    Great for 30-30

    Great in a 30-30 for hogs

    Review by Two Bit (Posted on 3/29/2022)

    Perfect for my old .30-30

    I inherited my Grandad's Savage .30-30 several years ago and still like reloading my brass to save money and also have developed a very accurate load for the 150 grain projectile. Thanks to Wideners they had what I needed to keep this old rifle in the hunt!

    Review by Mountain snowman (Posted on 2/21/2022)

    Exactly what I was looking for and received in the time frame I wanted

    Quality product at fair price delivered quicker than I expected

    Review by Mdf (Posted on 10/14/2021)

    Wideners has quality bar none

    Searching high and low for Hornidy and they had exactly what I needed . Good service ordering and shipping time was good as well. Will definitely look to Wideners first for my reloading supplies .

    Review by Bassman69 (Posted on 10/4/2021)

    Great for 30-30 Winchester

    Great item for the saddle rifle and held up under velocity . Great bullet and wideners was great online. Great prices and fast service

    Review by Danbob (Posted on 9/13/2021)

    Excellent service

    Product was delivered ahead of projected date. Will definitely do business again

    Review by John (Posted on 9/13/2021)

    Hornady .308 Diameter Bullets - 150 Grain Round Nose

    exactly what I wanted. I am reloading these for my daughters pre-64 1894 for fall hunting. I love the quality and performance of Hornady bullets.

    Review by mark (Posted on 8/30/2021)

    only place i found that even had these bullets

    good deal and its the only place i have found that even had these bullets

    Review by walt (Posted on 8/29/2021)

    I want to thank everyone for the great service I received from your company.You were able to right a problem and made me very happy.Well done!

    Thank you

    Review by Scott (Posted on 8/19/2021)

    Excellent quality

    Hornady products are first in my choice for reloading components. Consistent sizing and weight consistency.

    Review by Jerry (Posted on 7/19/2021)

    308 bullets

    Very pleased with your process from ordering to the delivery

    Review by Rick (Posted on 7/15/2021)

    Best

    Good service.

    Review by Thanks (Posted on 7/12/2021)

    Great

    Easy to use website and check out, Good price, fast shipping and the best thing found some hard to find 30-30 bullets by Hornady

    Review by Joemolf (Posted on 6/29/2021)

    It will be great to reload some 30-30 again.

    Hornady makes some of the very best bullets. I have used their products for decades and they've never let me down.

    Review by Jim (Posted on 6/28/2021)

    Quality Product

    I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a quality 30-30 bullet and fast shipping from Wiedner’s.

    Review by Jerry (Posted on 6/27/2021)

    Excellent service.

    When no one else had what I needed you did, I thank you for that. Someday we will be back to normal.

    Review by Spencer (Posted on 6/14/2021)

    Excellent product, excellent service

    Great to find Bullets in short supply

    Review by Lynn (Posted on 6/14/2021)

    Great 30-30 bullets

    About the only bullet I load for 30-30. They do what they are supposed to do.

    Review by kenneth (Posted on 6/10/2021)

    Just what I needed

    Just what I needed for my 30-30 reloads. Good quality from Hornady. Wideners got the order processed quickly. Very pleased!

    Review by Gm (Posted on 6/9/2021)

    30-30 bullets

    Had hard to find reloading supplies.
    Good service, good delivery time.

    Review by Glen (Posted on 6/7/2021)

    Good product delivered

    These are the same quality bullets for 30-30 that Hornaday has made for decades. When gun shop shelves were completely bare of any suitable bullets Widener's shipped them to me in a week.

    Review by vtsnowedin (Posted on 5/31/2021)

    Very satisfied

    Reloaded some 30 30 win. Got a chance to test them this weekend and I was highly satisfied. I used large pistol primers and they worked fine in the 30 30. I will be ordering more from wideners. Shipping was very quick.

    Review by Fred (Posted on 5/31/2021)

    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)

  22. Hornady Varmint Express 17 HMR 20 Grain XTP JHP – 500 Rounds

    $167.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 20 Grain
    Bullet Type XTP
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 17 HMR
    Manufacturer SKU 83172
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 20090255831720
    Cost Per Round 33.6¢ per round
    Pinpoint accuracy. Deadly terminal ballistics. Both are available in a tiny package when you choose Hornady Varmint Express 17 HMR for your varmint dispatching needs!

    This cartridge is loaded with Hornady’s smallest eXtreme Terminal Performance jacketed hollow point projectile. The 20 grain bullet tears out of a 24” barrel at a rate of 2,375 fps. The lightweight XTP may lack very much momentum, but it makes up for that shortcoming with its rotationally stable concentric jacket and balanced lead core, as well as its sleek overall jacket profile. The bullet’s trajectory is so flat that this ammo extends the 17 HMR’s effective range all the way out to 200 yards! And thanks to the XTP’s nose cavity and tapered jacket’s thin surrounding rim, the bullet needs comparably little kinetic energy to undergo wide terminal expansion.

    Hornady’s highest-quality brass cases provide smooth feeding and extraction in all firearms, and their carefully formulated propellant and priming compound work hand in hand to prevent any surprises while you’re out in the field. Varmints hate this ammo, which is why you’re going to love it!
  23. Hornady 22 WMR 30 Grain V-MAX - 50 Rounds

    $16.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 30 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 22 Magnum (WMR)
    Manufacturer SKU 83202
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255832020
    Cost Per Round 33.7¢ per round

    The 22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire, or 22 WMR, has been around since 1959 and is a wonderful varmint and small game cartridge. Although this round fell out of popularity for a while, Hornady's release of the cartridge in their line of V-Max ammo brought it back with the increased speed, lethality, and accuracy.

    Since 1949, Hornady has been dedicated to delivering high quality components and finished ammunition. The V-Max line is designed to deliver explosive expansion and fragmentation for efficient varmint hunting. These 22 WMR rounds feature a 30 grain projectile that leaves the barrel around 2200 feet per second. Those varmints won't stand a chance!

  24. Hornady 17 HMR 17 Grain V-MAX – 500 Rounds

    $169.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 17 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 17 HMR
    Manufacturer SKU 83170
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 20090255831706
    Cost Per Round 34¢ per round
    This 17 HMR cartridge by Hornady will turn you into the woodchuck terminator that you’ve always aspired to become. Its select brass casing’s geometry has match grade uniformity, and its sensitive primer and powerful propellant guarantee a perfect shot with every pull of the trigger. This round is especially potent thanks to its projectile -- a 17 grain V-MAX.

    The V-MAX starts with its lead core, which is swaged to permit the precise formation of a cylindrical hollow within it. Perched atop the rim of the V-MAX’s jacket is a polymer tip, the tail of which reaches down into the core’s cavity without touching its base. Upon impact the tip builds up tremendous energy before kissing the bottom of the hollow, causing instantaneous and explosive fragmentation that no varmint would be happy to have take place between its ribs. The V-MAX’s consistent meplat, concentric jacket, and ballistically efficient profile all grant it the heightened accuracy requisite for seeking out such small targets as well.
  25. Hornady .257 Diameter Bullets - 60 Grain FSP - 100 Count

    $34.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 34.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 60 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 25 Caliber, 25-06, 257 Weatherby Mag
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Flat Soft-Point (FSP)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 2510
  26. Hornady .310 Diameter Bullets - 174 Grain FMJBT - 100 Count

    $35.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 35.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 174 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 303 Brit, 7.62x39, 7.7 Jap
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 3131
  27. Hornady .308 Diameter Bullets - 180 Grain SPBT - 100 Count

    $37.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 37.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 180 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 30 Caliber, 300 AAC Blackout, 308 Win
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Spitzer Boat Tail
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 3072
  28. Hornady .308 Diameter Bullets - 180 Grain SST - 100 Count

    $38.50

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 38.5¢ 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
  29. Hornady Critical Defense 22 WMR 45 Grain FTX – 500 Rounds

    $194.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 45 Grain
    Bullet Type Flex-Tip-Technology (FTX)
    Use Type home defense
    Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 22 Magnum (WMR)
    Manufacturer SKU 83200
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 20090255832000
    Cost Per Round 39¢ per round
    This 22 WMR cartridge by Hornady is poised to give your snubnosed pistol exactly what it needs to become an effective tool for self-defense. Its 45 grain FTX projectile penetrates deeply -- as much as 11” in bare ballistic gel -- so it has got the power it needs to make it to a threat’s vitals. The FTX’s Flex Tip is soft, and initiates catastrophic expansion as it burrows through a target. The solid polymer tube further serves to ensure that the FTX’s hollow point nose cavity doesn’t become obstructed by fabric upon impact.

    A Critical Defense load’s brass casing is plated with shiny nickel, which facilitates a chamber check in a dark environment. Nickel also protects this round’s sensitive components from corrosion, and ensures smoother feeding and ejection as well. Hornady had the foresight to load this round with low-flash propellant, so bright muzzle flashes won’t chip away at your night vision and worsen your ability to place accurate follow-up shots.
  30. Hornady 17 HMR 17 Grain V-MAX - 50 Rounds

    $19.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 17 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 17 HMR
    Manufacturer SKU 83170
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255831702
    Cost Per Round 39.7¢ per round

    These Hornady rounds use a 17-grain V-MAX bullet that has a polymer tip and swaged lead core for greater balance, enhancing accuracy at greater distances. With a boat tail design and light profile, the bullet is excellent for straight-line shooting. The bullet is aerodynamic and delivers superior ballistic performance. In this package, you'll get a single box that contains 50 rounds ready to fire.

    Hornady is one of the most popular brands for rifle and handgun ammunition. This innovative company creates supreme rimfire and centerfire rifle ammunition, as well as handgun rounds that can be used for target shooting, hunting, and self defense. Since 1949, Hornady has been a top choice for gun owners all across the country.

    The .17HMR is one of the top ammunition choices for affordable target shooting and small game hunting. By delivering excellent speed and accuracy in a small projectile, the .17 HMR is commonly used for squirrel and rabbit hunting, and can even be effective to varmints. With this box, you’ll have 50 rounds for your .17 HMR rifle.

  31. Hornady 17 HMR 20 Grain XTP HP - 50 Rounds

    $19.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 20 Grain
    Bullet Type XTP
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 17 HMR
    Manufacturer SKU 83172
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255831726
    Cost Per Round 39.7¢ per round
    50 rounds of Hornady 17 HMR ammo that'll have your gun firing for a while and your face smiling for even longer! The Rimfire primer, 20 Grain XTP bullet and Brass cases on these New rounds make for the perfect companion for varmint hunting. Pick up some rounds today and you'll get fast shipping along with Widener's world class service.
  32. Hornady .264 Diameter Bullets - 143 Grain ELD-X – 100 Count

    $39.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 39.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 143 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 260 Remington, 6.5mm, 6.5mm Grendel, 6.5x284 Norma, 6.5x55
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type ELD-X
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 2635
    Give your next 6.5 Creedmoor handload the accuracy and the terminal performance it needs to take down game from virtually any distance with the ELD-X projectile! This .264” diameter 143 grain bullet features Hornady’s own Heat Shield tip, which is made of polymer that won’t warp and deform as it’s violently heated by passing air molecules. Its unvarying meplat is complemented greatly by its extremely concentric Advanced Manufacturing Process jacket, aerodynamic secant ogive profile, and tapered base.

    The ELD-X features the patented InterLock ring which mechanically binds its core and thick jacket together. As the result the bullet is able to retain no less than half of its weight as it plows into a target at higher velocities while still expanding significantly. At lower velocities the ELD-X’s Heat Shield tip drives inward to trigger even greater expansion, penetrating deeply while retaining up to 90 percent of its weight. Handloading takes too much time and care to let the end result hinge on an inferior bullet -- let Hornady’s peerless commitment to quality take your work to the next level!

    Customer Reviews

    Very accurate!

    Very accurate in RAP Go Wild with brake. Am hitting cans at 485 yards using 41 grains of Varget and Fed primers.

    Review by MTM 1 (Posted on 12/28/2019)

    long distance hogs

    I am firing these bullets in my X-Bolt Long Ranger 6.5 Creedmore. Have verified via witnesses shots at 400 yds +, one shot kills, all pass throughs, instant kills on all targets... Great bullet...

    Review by piggy piggy (Posted on 5/23/2019)

  33. Hornady Critical Defense 22 WMR 45 Grain FTX - 50 Rounds

    $21.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 45 Grain
    Bullet Type Flex-Tip-Technology (FTX)
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 22 Magnum (WMR)
    Manufacturer SKU 83200
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255832006
    Cost Per Round 43.7¢ per round
    This is a great round for varmint hunting. From Hornady, this 22 Magnum (WMR) ammunition is New with a Flex-Tip-Technology (FTX) 45 Grain bullet. You'll get 50 rounds of Brass cased ammo that's ready for your next trip out to shoot. Like every round for sale, we stand behind this ammo and have your back so rest assured you're not only getting a good deal, you're getting the peace of mind that comes along with a trusted supplier.
  34. Hornady .264 Diameter Bullets - 160 Grain InterLock – 100 Count

    $44.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 44.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 160 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 6.5mm, 6.5mm Grendel, 6.5x55
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Round Nose Soft Point (RNSP)
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 2640
    This is not loaded ammunition. These are component bullets, and they are only useful to handloaders.

    Do you intend to load some 6.5 Grendel hunting ammunition? Solid plan. Let Hornady take care of the all-important bullet side of things courtesy of their famous InterLock!

    The InterLock is a high-tech round nose soft point projectile. This 160 grain bullet takes its name from Hornady’s InterLock ring, which is an extension of the jacket that is embedded in the bullet’s lead core. This keeps the two components anchored tightly together, thus assuring the InterLock retains a high percentage of its weight even following high-velocity impact. The InterLock doubles down with a cannelure which does even more to prevent core/jacket separation.

    The InterLock is designed to put down game fast. The jacket surrounding its blunt nose has skives, which direct reliable mushrooming even if the bullet strikes its target with very little energy. The jacket is additionally tapered to control reliable expansion as well. Hornady reports the 160 grain InterLock’s G1 BC at 0.283, and its sectional density at 0.328.
  35. Hornady 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ-BT - 500 Rounds

    $279.85

    $254.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 80275
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255802754
    Cost Per Round 51¢ per round

    This high grade .223 Remington ammunition from Hornady is an excellent choice for discerning shooters who want better performance than what typical range fodder can provide, but don't want to spend large amounts on match-grade ammo.

    Each round in this case of 500 (split into 10 boxes of 50 rounds each) fires a 55 grain boat-tailed full metal jacket bullet at a muzzle velocity of 3,240 feet per second. This produces ballistics similar to M193 ball ammo.

    Hornady ammo is loaded in Grand Island, Nebraska and uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.

  36. Hornady .338 Diameter Bullets - 200 Grain SST - 100 Count

    Hornady .338 Diameter Bullets - 200 Grain SST - 100 Count

    $52.85

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 52.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 200 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 338 Lapua
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type SST
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 33102
  37. Hornady .224 Diameter Bullets - 55 Grain GMX - 50 Count

    $27.50

    In stock

    Cost Per Bullet 55.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 223 Rem
    Quantity 50
    Bullet Type GMX
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 22273

    You’ll get 50 Hornady GMX bullets in this package, with each of them offering fantastic performance. The 55-grain bullets use a copper alloy construction, which delivers controlled expansion and weight retention. The pressure-relieving grooves reduce fouling, and the tip is colored for easy identification.

    The .223 Remington is one of the best rounds for both varmint hunting and target shooting. It has an outstanding reputation for accuracy, and delivers some of the best terminal performance in the ammo industry. These rounds are very popular, and although the cartridge is relatively inexpensive, it can be costly to shoot on a regular basis. That’s why so many people choose to reload their spend .223 brass with fresh bullets like these GMX projectiles.

    Hornady is one of the top names in the ammo industry. The company has been making rounds since 1949, and now creates a huge selection of ammo supplies, including reloading bullets and empty brass cases. You can also turn to Hornady for complete center and rimfire cartridges.

  38. Hornady Frontier 5.56x45 55 Grain FMJ M193 – 500 Rounds

    $299.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm
    Manufacturer SKU FR200
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255711391
    Cost Per Round 60¢ per round
    Are you looking for a military grade solution for all of your target shooting, plinking, and training needs? Then this rugged 5.56x45 cartridge from Hornady’s Frontier line of ammunition is ready for action. It is loaded at the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant, and accordingly all of its components are thoroughly up to snuff. You can make great use of this round’s rugged brass casing at your reloading bench, provided you’ve the means to deal with a military primer crimp. That’s hardly a problem if you know how to go about it.

    This cartridge sports a 55 grain projectile. The gilded metal jacket wrapped around its lead alloy core hardens it substantially, allowing it to prevent lead fouling and penetrate most common targets on impact. The bullet’s concentric jacket and extremely fast muzzle velocity give it a nice, flat trajectory, the sort you could depend on to hit varmint-sized targets if you so wished.
  39. Hornady Frontier 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ – 500 Rounds

    $304.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU FR100
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode SMQ18B866-003
    Cost Per Round 61¢ per round
    If you’ve got an AR-15, then you know how quickly the little thing can gobble up ammo. Keeping it in good supply of the stuff can be a challenge -- it’s not uncommon for an AR-15 owner to feel like a mother bird that has to perpetually stick worms down its fledgling’s gullet. When you need high quality rounds, you can always bank on Hornady. The old Nebraskan master has one of the tightest quality assurance protocols that we know about, and that really shows in their products’ consistently great performance.

    This 223 Rem cartridge has a 55 grain projectile. The bullet’s jacket is drawn extremely concentrically, which along with its fast 3,240 fps muzzle velocity assures a flat and accurate trajectory. This bullet’s jacket further serves to promote certain feeding through a semi-automatic, and to prevent rapid fouling within the bore as well. This round’s military grade primer and propellant both burn clean to preserve a rifle’s action, and its brand new brass casing is ready for multiple trips across the reloading bench.
  40. Hornady 223 Rem 55 Grain FMJ-BT - 50 Rounds

    $31.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket Boat Tail (FMJ-BT)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 80275
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255802757
    Cost Per Round 63.7¢ per round

    Whether you're training for a competitive shoot or simply want high quality .223 Remington ammunition, this target load from Hornady will serve you well. These cartridges come packaged in convenient 50 round boxes--because let's face it, most of us fire more than 20 rounds at each range session!

    These cartridges have external ballistics comparable to those of M193 ball, firing a 55 grain boat-tailed full metal jacket bullet at 3,240 feet per second.

    This ammunition is made in Grand Island, Nebraska using non-corrosive primers and brass cases.

  41. Hornady 223 Rem 55 Grain SP - 500 Rounds

    $349.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP)
    Use Type home defense, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 80255
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255802556
    Cost Per Round 70¢ per round

    Developed out of a need for quality ammunition in the aftermath of World War Two, Hornady has been providing consumers with quality ammo for decades. Today, they continue their legacy as one of the best ammunition manufacturers.

    Looking for some cheap .223 ammo to do a massive amount of shooting? You have just that right here. With 500 rounds of .223 Rem ammo, you can plink away or hone in your shooting skills and even hunt boar for quite a while. This high quality Hornady ammo fires at 3240 feet per second, and with a 55 grain SP round traveling like that, you should have no problem wiping out those pesky varmints or putting pork on the table.

  42. Hornady Frontier 223 Rem 68 Grain BTHP Match – 500 Rounds

    $374.85

    In stock

    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
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU FR160
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255711384
    Cost Per Round 75¢ per round
    This 223 Rem ammo by Hornady Frontier is designed solely around accuracy. No varmint, predator or home intruder would sign up to get hit by its heavyweight 68 grain projectile, of course, but sharpshooters will find this ammo of especial value at the rifle range!

    This cartridge showcases Hornady’s own BTHP Match bullet. Its Advanced Manufacturing Process jacket possesses virtually zero flaws in its concentricity, and its form-fitted swaged lead core only serves to further heighten its rotational stability. The BTHP Match’s secant ogive profile also promotes better balance, and alongside its tapered base ensures the bullet retains sufficient momentum to achieve an impressive 0.355 G1 ballistic coefficient.

    This round’s 2,960 fps muzzle velocity was recorded using a 24” barrel. A 1:8” twist barrel is optimal for a 68 grain bullet like this, but you’ll certainly get by with a 1:9” or 1:7” twist as well. Although a hollow point by design, the BTHP Match is not engineered to deliver terminal expansion.

    This Frontier label ammo is loaded with military-grade brass cases, Boxer primers and clean-burning powder. The cases are brand new, visibly annealed and perfect for handloading!
  43. Hornady American Gunner 9mm 115 Grain JHP – 250 Rounds

    $194.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
    Use Type home defense, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 250
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU 90244
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255902447
    Cost Per Round 77.9¢ per round
    Hornady loads their American Gunner series ammunition to deliver seamless functionality out of all makes and models of firearms. So long as your pistol or pistol caliber carbine is chambered for 9mm, this ammo is going to turn it into an effective tool for personal protection. It’s also swell for hunting varmints and predators!

    This cartridge features a 115 grain XTP jacketed hollow point. The bullet’s swaged lead core has superbly uniform weight distribution, and Hornady’s jackets are among the most concentric on the market. Those two features make the XTP so balanced that it’s commonly used for competitive shooting as well.

    Around the XTP’s rim sit multiple notches, which help the jacket easily split apart into symmetrical sections even after low-velocity impact. The XTP’s jacket is drawn in such a way that leaves no exposed lead around its nose. That helps to prevent a feeding jam, and it also helps the XTP to penetrate a barrier without taking on damage that would have inhibited uniform terminal expansion.

    Hornady is an all-American ammo manufacturer. They have produced fine ammo in Nebraska for over 70 years now, and they always load the high-quality brass cases and reliable explosive components smooth performance demands.
  44. Hornady Frontier 5.56x45 55 Grain FMJ M193 – 20 Rounds

    $15.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 5.56x45mm
    Manufacturer SKU FR200
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255711394
    Cost Per Round 79.2¢ per round
    This 5.56x45 cartridge represents an exciting partnership between Hornady, one of our country’s preeminent bullet manufacturers, and the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant, the U.S. Armed Forces’ largest producer of small arms ammo. Hornady crafted this M193 round its 55 grain projectile, and thus its uniform lead core is clad in a highly consistent full metal jacket. Its bullet’s symmetrical meplat and exceptional concentricity give this range load all the accuracy you need to enjoy rewarding practice with your rifle.

    These rounds’ other components are all Lake City’s considerable doing. Their thoroughly standardized casings ensure seamless feeding and ejection as well as interchangeable performance, and their Boxer primers deliver reliable ignition and are non-corrosive. Lake City’s optimized production process and staggering output capacity have made these rounds very affordable given just how well made they are, and that Hornady subjected these rounds to their own unequaled quality assurance protocol means few others stand to be compared to them.
  45. Hornady BLACK 223 Rem 62 Grain FMJ – 200 Rounds

    $159.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 62 Grain
    Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
    Use Type plinking at the range
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 200
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 80234
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255802341
    Cost Per Round 79.9¢ per round
    Are you out of 223 Rem ammo? We hate to hear it. But we also love to hear it, because that means you have a perfect opportunity to give Hornady BLACK a college try. Designed in Nebraska to work without fail in all makes, models and styles of 223/5.56 firearms, these range loads are sure to treat you to loads of fun!

    This cartridge’s bullet weighs 62 grains, but make no mistake: neither its lead core nor its copper-alloy jacket contain one iota of steel. The nonmagnetic bullet does achieve a muzzle velocity of 3,100 fps, however, which makes its ballistic performance not totally unlike that of the U.S. Army’s 5.56 M855 round. If you fire the FMJ out of the 24” barrel it needs to reach its posted muzzle velocity, then its 0.274 G1 BC will enable it to fly to 200 yards without going higher than 2.3” above the bore line (and that’s not taking sight height into account). The slightly heavier bullet will give you a welcome advantage if you have to deal with wind deflection!

    Each BLACK round comes to the party with a virgin polished brass case – just swell if you love handloading every empty shell you come across – as well as a clean-sparking primer/propellant combo. Ten boxes per case. Order today! Time and tide wait for no man.
  46. Hornady American Gunner 9mm +P 124 Grain JHP – 250 Rounds

    $199.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 124 Grain
    Bullet Type XTP
    Use Type home defense
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 250
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU 90224
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255902249
    Cost Per Round 79.9¢ per round
    Hunting. Personal protection. Law enforcement. When terminal ballistics matter, you can trust the eXtreme Terminal Performance (XTP) projectile by Hornady!

    This 9mm +P cartridge is armed with a 124 grain XTP. The jacketed hollow point bullet’s gilding metal shell totally covers the rim of its nose cavity, thus fortifying it for more reliable feeding in a semi-auto. The XTP’s swaged lead core is totally uniform in density, which enables its concentric jacket to achieve peak gyroscopic stability in flight.

    The XTP’s shielded nose cavity also prevents premature deformation during impact. As it sinks into soft tissue, the bullet’s skived jacket peels back to produce up to 1.5X diameter expansion. The jacket becomes progressively thicker toward its base to promote exceptionally uniform expansion across a wide range of impact velocities.

    Hornady outfits their famous XTP with a premium brass case, responsive primer and even-burning powder to provide the reliable performance which brings peace of mind. Please note that this is overpressure ammo. It generates higher than standard chamber pressure to give its bullet a greater muzzle velocity, flatter trajectory and more energy transferral on impact, but you must make certain your handgun is rated for +P before running this ammo through it!
  47. Hornady American Gunner 380 Auto 90 Grain XTP JHP – 250 Rounds

    $204.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 90 Grain
    Bullet Type XTP
    Use Type home defense
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 250
    Ammo Caliber 380 Auto (ACP)
    Manufacturer SKU 90104
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255901044
    Cost Per Round 81.9¢ per round
    Hornady developed such a high-quality jacketed hollow point that they had to go ahead and give it a proper name! This 380 ACP self-defense cartridge is armed with no less than the eXtreme Terminal Performance, which packs a surprising number of performance-enhancing features into a 90 grain package.

    The XTP’s nonmagnetic gilding metal jacket is drawn rather than plated. That’s why it starts out thick at the base and gets progressively narrower the closer it gets to the nose cavity’s rim. The XTP’s jacket is divided into symmetrical sections by the serrations which surround its nose cavity. Its tapered, notched jacket enables the XTP to exhibit injurious terminal expansion even when it arrives at its target with relatively little momentum!

    Hornady is famous for creating concentric jackets. That complements the XTP’s swaged lead core to promote exemplary accuracy. The XTP’s jacket also leaves no lead exposed at its tip. In addition to averting a poorly timed feeding jam, the XTP’s jacketed rim also protects the nose cavity until it can fill up with pressurized soft tissue and trigger terminal expansion.

    Hornady loads premium brass cases, Boxer primers and propellant, subjects their ammo to exacting quality assurance protocol, and then packages it 25 rounds to a box, 10 boxes to a case. We ship it to you faster than anyone else in the business!
  48. Hornady American Gunner 9mm 115 Grain XTP JHP - 25 Rounds

    $20.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 115 Grain
    Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)
    Use Type home defense
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 25
    Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19)
    Manufacturer SKU 90244
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255902440
    Cost Per Round 83.4¢ per round

    Hornady American Gunner ammunition is a versatile training and defensive series notable for its accessible price and good performance. This 9mm Luger version is a standard pressure load ideal for subcompact or older firearms.

    Each round in this box of 25 fires a 115 grain XTP jacketed hollow point bullet at 1,155 feet per second. These specs result in mild recoil while maintaining good terminal ballistics due to the XTP's demonstrated ability to deliver penetration and expansion.

    Hornady ammo is produced in Grand Island, Nebraska using non-corrosive primers and reloadable brass.

  49. Hornady American Gunner 38 Special 125 Grain XTP JHP – 250 Rounds

    $209.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 125 Grain
    Bullet Type XTP
    Use Type home defense
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 250
    Ammo Caliber 38 Special
    Manufacturer SKU 90324
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255903246
    Cost Per Round 83.9¢ per round
    Hornady didn’t load this 38 Special self-defense cartridge with just any old jacketed hollow point. That’s the eXtreme Terminal Performance – an unconventionally capitalized JHP that possesses the jacket concentricity and core uniformity requisite for pinpoint accuracy.

    The XTP doesn’t merely seek out its target. It also delivers deleterious terminal ballistics inside of it thanks to its drawn gilding metal jacket. The jacket becomes thinner the closer it gets to the XTP’s rim, and the notches surrounding that rim strategically weaken the bullet even further. Even at lower velocities, the XTP remains remarkably effective.

    The XTP’s jacket features the cannelure it needs to avoid setback in a revolver’s cylinder or lever-action rifle’s magazine, and also covers the nose cavity’s rim to help avert a poorly timed feeding jam. Hornady builds their American Gunner rounds with more than just high-quality bullets. These cartridges include the primo reloadable brass cases, Boxer primers and clean-burning powder that assure dependably functionality in all 357 Mag/38 Spl firearms. (900 fps muzzle velocity recorded with 4” test barrel.)
  50. Hornady American Gunner 223 Rem 55 Grain HP – 500 Rounds

    $419.85

    In stock

    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 55 Grain
    Bullet Type Hollow-Point (HP)
    Use Type plinking at the range, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 500
    Ammo Caliber 223 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 80237
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 10090255802372
    Cost Per Round 84¢ per round
    “Ten bullets through one hole.” Joyce Hornady's famous five words are inspirational, and they remain the basis for everything his company does over seven decades after he founded it.

    This is Hornady’s American Gunner ammunition. Made in Nebraska. Premium reloadable brass cases. Super trustworthy primers. Propellant that won’t have you spending ages cleaning your rifle after target practice is over. Reliable functionality in all makes and models of firearms. These are all the patents of quality you should expect from any of Hornady’s fine ammo.

    But the hollow point bullet is something extra special. That 55 grain projectile features a jacket with nigh perfect concentricity, which alongside its form-fitted rearward situated lead core ensures exemplary rotational stability and accuracy. So long as you don’t expect terminal expansion from the HP, it’s due to exceed your expectations.

    Hornady recorded this round’s 3,240 fps muzzle velocity and its flat base bullet’s 0.254 G1 ballistic coefficient with a 24” test barrel. That translates to a trajectory which elevates 2.17” above the bore line while you’re aiming to 200 yards.

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