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 Varmint Express 17 HM2 17 Grain V-MAX – 500 Rounds

    $78.85

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    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 15.8¢ 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.

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

    $8.50

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    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 17.0¢ 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.

  3. Hornady .204 Diameter Bullets - 24 Grain NTX - 100 Count

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    Cost Per Bullet 18.2¢ 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.**

  4. Hornady .277 Diameter Bullets - 150 Grain SST - 100 Count

    $26.50

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    Cost Per Bullet 26.5¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 150 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 270 Win, 6.8mm
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type SST
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 27402

  5. Hornady 6mm Bullets (.243) 103 Grain ELD-X - 100

    $31.75

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    Cost Per Bullet 31.8¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 103 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 6mm
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type ELD
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 24550

    Hornady's .243 diameter ELD-X bullets are a premier bullet that yields match accuracy with a hunting purpose bullet. This ELD-X (extremely low drag - expanding) projectile features a heat shield to help the bullet from deforming mid-flight which changes the BC. By holding the BC constant the end result is far greater accuracy and flatter trajectories. This bullet is unique in its performance to expand at short, medium, and long range distances due to the heat shield tip which helps drive massive expansion. This is combined with Hornady's Interlock design which helps the bullet to retain its weight by ensuring the jacket and core don't separate delivering deep penetration. This is a premium bullet that will leave you smiling after you see it in the field.

    Customer Reviews

    Fast friendly service

    Excellent high BC bullet that I use for 6mm Creedmoor!

    Review by Bill (Posted on 9/6/2020)

    Excellent bullets

    I've used Hornady bullets for years and just made the change to the VLD. Very accurate out of my .243.

    Review by K.Moore (Posted on 9/2/2020)

    Don’t waste your money by burgers

    6PPC mule Burgers will shrink your group size if you’re just shooting a deer probably doesn’t matter

    Review by 6PPC mule (Posted on 5/18/2020)

  6. Hornady 17 WSM 20 Grain V-MAX - 50 Rounds

    $16.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 20 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type plinking at the range, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 17 Win Super Mag (WSM)
    Manufacturer SKU 83180
    Primer Type Rimfire
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255831801
    Cost Per Round 33.7¢ per round

    When you need a top-quality .17 WSM ammo for varmint hunting, this is the round for you. You’ll get outstanding speed and explosive expansion, allowing you to deliver accurate, consistent shots to varmints or a target. These rounds have an advanced design, highlighted by Hornady's famous 20-grain V-MAX bullet.

    You can count on these 17 WSM rounds for outstanding speed, accuracy, and terminal ballistics. They come flying out of the barrel with an initial velocity of 3,000 feet per second and an energy of 400 foot pounds. Even when they reach 200 yards, they maintain a speed of 2,060 feet per second, giving you excellent performance at longer distances. You can count on these bullets to deliver consistent results at the range or in the field.

    Hornady is one of the leading manufacturers in rimfire ammunition and really, all ammo types. This company has been making excellent products since 1949 and has products for hunting, target shooting, and personal protection.

  7. Hornady .257 Diameter Bullets - 110 Grain ELD-X - 100 Count

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    Cost Per Bullet 35.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 110 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 25 Caliber
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type ELD
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 25418

    This .257” diameter (25 caliber) ELD-X (Extremely Low Drag - eXpanding) bullet by Hornady combines match grade accuracy with exceptional terminal performance. The bullet largely owes its great ballistic coefficient to its patented Heat Shield tip, which is immune to aerodynamic heating so that it can maintain its pointed profile under any circumstances. Its stellar accuracy is also the result of its highly concentric AMP jacket, secant ogive profile, and boat tail design.

    This bullet is designed to deliver massive takedown power at virtually any velocity. At distances less than 400 yards its high InterLock ring and thick jacket shank work in conjunction to maintain up to 60 percent weight retention. At greater distances the bullet’s Heat Shield tip gets driven deep into its core to initiate reliable expansion along with up to 90 percent weight retention. You’re not handloading your own ammo to create an inferior product -- trust in the Nebraskan company that has been producing high quality projectiles since the day of their foundation in 1949.

    Customer Reviews

    Great product

    Its all about using the right bullet /powder combination...a good bullet such as these with a good powder and you produce quality ammo that performs outstanding

    Review by Boss (Posted on 5/4/2020)

  8. Hornady .264 Diameter Bullets - 153 Grain A-TIP Match – 100 Count

    $67.85

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    Cost Per Bullet 67.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight Not Applicable
    Bullet Caliber 260 Remington, 6.5mm, 6.5mm Grendel, 6.5x284 Norma, 6.5x55
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Specialty
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 2638

    The A-TIP Match is the culmination of years of research and testing. And when it’s preeminent bullet manufacturer -- heck, we’ll say bullet virtuoso -- Hornady doing that research and testing, you know you’ve got something exceptional on your hands. This .264” diameter bullet features a precision machined aluminum tip, which is exceptionally long and perfectly centered to facilitate tighter groupings. The A-TIP Match’s ogive, bearing surface, and boat tail angulature are all optimized totally for its caliber, and its Advanced Manufacturing Process jacket is redesigned to be even more concentric than ever before for stellar in-flight stability.

    Uniformity is king at Hornady. The bullets in this box came out of the machine sequentially, and were given minimal handling so as to ensure their identicality to one another. Hornady doesn’t even wash their A-TIP Match bullets after crafting them, electing rather to pack them with a polishing rag so the shooter can clean them up how they prefer at home. The result is total fungibility -- bullets you can utilize to win competitions with ease!

  9. Hornady .243 Diameter Bullets - 110 Grain A-TIP Match – 100 Count

    $70.00

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    Cost Per Bullet 70.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 110 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 243 Win, 6mm, 6mm BR, 6mm Remington
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type A-TIP Match
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 24531

    Let us give you “a tip.” When you handload with Hornady’s A-TIP Match projectile, you’ll have ammo that’s accurate enough to perform surgery with -- from a different area code. This .243” diameter bullet represents a slew of Hornady’s best features so that you can win competitions or impress the pants of your range buddies. Its ogive, tapered base, and bearing surface are all optimized to maximize accuracy, and its long, precision machined aluminum tip perfectly centers its gravity. The A-TIP Match’s high ballistic coefficient is exceptionally forgiving of variables such as twist rate and muzzle velocity!

    The 100 bullets in this box are identical to one another, as Hornady has packaged them sequentially and handled them as little as possible. These low drag bullets aren’t even bulk washed at the factory -- Hornady includes a polishing rag in the box so that you can carefully tend to that aspect of things yourself. Hornady does recommend that you utilize their proprietary A-TIP Seating Stem to seat this bullet optimally.

  10. Hornady .264 Diameter Bullets - 135 Grain A-TIP Match – 100 Count

    $74.85

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    Cost Per Bullet 74.9¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 135 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 260 Remington, 6.5mm, 6.5mm Grendel, 6.5x284 Norma, 6.5x55
    Quantity 100
    Bullet Type Specialty
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 26179

    The A-TIP Match projectile is the product of years of research and testing by Hornady, and delivers simply astounding accuracy that will let your handloads win big at any competition. This 135 grain .264” diameter bullet features a precision machined aluminum tip, which is longer than a polymer one to both improve center of gravity and inflight stability. The A-TIP Match has an optimized ogive and bearing surface, and its boat tail is precisely angled for its caliber to enhance its ballistic coefficient to an impressive degree. This bullet also features Hornady’s Advanced Manufacturing Process jacket with virtually zero runoff or deviation in its thickness.

    Hornady takes every precaution to make an A-TIP Match as accurate as can be. The bullets are sequentially packaged for lot consistency, and handled as little as possible so as to keep them identical to one another. These bullets are packaged with their own polishing bag because they were not bulk washed after production. Hornady advises using their own A-TIP seating stem to seat this bullet as precisely as possible.

  11. 22 Hornet - 45 Grain SP Match - Hornady - 50 Rounds

    $39.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 45 Grain
    Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP)
    Use Type match or precision shooting, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 22 Hornet
    Manufacturer SKU 83028
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255830286
    Cost Per Round 79.7¢ per round

    Quantity - 50 rounds per box
    Manufacturer - Hornady
    Bullets - 45 grain soft point (SP)
    Casings - Boxer-primed brass

  12. Hornady Superformance Varmint 17 Hornet 20 Grain V-MAX – 25 Rounds

    $22.00

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 20 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 25
    Ammo Caliber 17 Hornet
    Manufacturer SKU 83005
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255830057
    Cost Per Round 88.0¢ per round

    This Superformance Varmint cartridge is ideal for any rifle chambered for 17 Hornet (Not 17 HMR). It features Hornady’s revered V-MAX, a bullet that’s accurate as all get out with its sharp polymer tip, swaged lead core, carefully angled boat tail, and concentric copper jacket. Said tip sits perched on the rim of the jacket and projects down into a hollow within the core. It builds up great energy upon impact before connecting with the core, at which point it lets loose simply devastating fragmentation. No varmints will be laughing at you when you’ve got that kind of destructive potential on your side.

    Non-corrosive Boxer primer? Check. Precisely tapered new brass casing? Check. Clean burning propellant? Check. What we have got here is clearly a Hornady!

  13. Hornady .410 Diameter Bullets - 400 Grain DGX - 50 Count

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    Cost Per Bullet 90.0¢ per bullet
    Bullet Weight 400 Grain
    Bullet Caliber 450/400 Nitro
    Quantity 50
    Bullet Type DGX
    Manufacturer Hornady
    Manufacturer SKU 4104

    Customer Reviews

    Great quality and delivered quickly. Very satisfied!

    Very happy to use this company again and to recommend to friends.

    Review by James G. (Posted on 2/10/2017)

  14. Hornady Superformance Varmint 222 Rem 35 Grain NTX PT – 20 Rounds

    $19.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 35 Grain
    Bullet Type Polymer Tipped
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 222 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 8309
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    Cost Per Round 99.3¢ per round

    An excellent choice if you're in search of a great 222 Remington round for varmint hunting. This New Hornady ammo comes loaded with a 35 Grain Polymer Tipped along with a Boxer primer that's loaded in a Brass case. With this package, you'll receive 20 rounds ready to fire. Plus, you know it'll come fast from our warehouse to your door because we know shooting ammo is a lot more fun than looking at it online or waiting on delivery!

  15. Hornady 204 Ruger 32 Grain V-MAX - 20 Rounds

    $20.45

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 32 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer, varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 204 Ruger
    Manufacturer SKU 83204
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255832044
    Cost Per Round $1.02 per round

    If you use .204 Ruger ammo for varmint hunting and control, order this cartridge from Hornady, one of the leading ammunition manufactures in the country. You’ll get top-quality performance from a round that was specifically-designed for a wide range of varmints like coyote and prairie dogs. This is the accurate, effective ammunition you need, so order a few of these 20-round boxes today.

    These 204 Ruger cartridges will deliver the speed and precision you expect in the field. They have a listed muzzle speed of 4,225 feet per second and an initial energy of 1,268 foot pounds. Even when the bullet reaches 500 feet, it still maintains over 1,800 feet per second of velocity. With a polymer tip for enhanced accuracy and excellent terminal ballistics, these cartridges are smooth and effective.

    Hornady is a leading brand in the ammunition industry. This Nebraska-based company has been providing top-quality ammo to hunters and target shooter since 1949.

  16. Hornady American Whitetail 350 Legend 170 Grain InterLock – 20 Rounds

    $23.15

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 170 Grain
    Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP)
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 350 Legend
    Manufacturer SKU 81196
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255811964
    Cost Per Round $1.16 per round

    Looking forward to walloping a whitetail this fall? An American whitetail, no less? Well then, what better cartridge could you pick for such an important pursuit than this one from Hornady’s American Whitetail ammo line? It’s the perfect way to ensure that your strategic venison reserve won’t be running dry any time soon.

    This 350 Legend round features a 170 grain InterLock bullet. Its titular feature is what makes it exceptional: The ring embedded in the InterLock’s core keeps it firmly rooted to its jacket, which alongside its cannelure promotes exemplary weight retention during penetration. This is a soft point bullet, with a tapered jacket that is weakened by strategically placed grooves to deliver uniformly devastating expansion. The InterLock is inherently able to pierce even deeper thanks to its solid one-piece core.

    Hornady’s attentive specialists made certain that their straight-walled brass shell casing, sensitive primer, and clean burning propellant charge all came together to form an exceptional cartridge. Even if your local laws don’t forbid you from using a tapered cartridge during deer season, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better hunting round for your money.

  17. Hornady American Whitetail 25-06 Rem 117 Grain SP - 20 Rounds

    $23.45

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 117 Grain
    Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP)
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 25-06
    Manufacturer SKU 8144
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    Cost Per Round $1.17 per round

    25-06 ammo complete with Brass cases and a Soft-Point (SP) projectile. Manufactured by Hornady to the highest of standards with a Boxer primer and 117 Grain bullet, the quality components come together and add up to a round that's great for hunting whitetail deer. You'll get 20 rounds shipped fast when you order this today.

  18. Hornady Superformance 22-250 Rem 50 Grain V-Max – 20 Rounds

    $23.45

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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 22-250 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 83366
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255833669
    Cost Per Round $1.17 per round

    This is a great round for varmint hunting. From Hornady, this 22-250 Remington ammunition is New with a V-MAX 50 Grain bullet. You'll get 20 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.

  19. Hornady American Whitetail 7mm-08 Rem 139 Grain InterLock SP – 20 Rounds

    $23.95

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 139 Grain
    Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP)
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 7mm-08 Remington
    Manufacturer SKU 8057
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255380576
    Cost Per Round $1.20 per round

    Powerful calibers deserve high-level attention and projectile design, and that's exactly what Hornady's American Whitetail provides. The American Whitetail brand is intended to give hunters an incredible tool for deer hunting with an affordable price to match. As such, each of these 7mm-08 Remington cartridges is built using a reloadable brass casing with a non-corrosive Boxer primer seated properly at its base. The primer sparks clean-burning powder that was specifically chosen to provide optimal pressure and muzzle velocity for this load. At the top of cartridge is the key feature of the round; Hornady's InterLock soft point projectile.

    The InterLock projectile weighs in at 139 grains which is fairly light for the caliber and provides flat-shooting, high-velocity characteristics. While the majority of the lead bullet is secured within a strong copper jacket, the bullet's tip is left bare for excellent expansion within a game animal during entry. A combined effort between the bullet's toothed cannelure and internally located InterLock ring keep the copper jacket locked to the lead core in order to prevent separation. This ensures that the bullet penetrates deeply with no loss in cavitating momentum for hard-hitting, antler-mounting performance. Hornady has been around since 1949 and is one of the leading manufacturers in the United States when it comes to innovative bullet design.

  20. Hornady Superformance 30-06 165 Grain SST - 20 Rounds

    $32.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 165 Grain
    Bullet Type SST
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 30-06
    Manufacturer SKU 81153
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255811537
    Cost Per Round $1.64 per round

    SST ammo that's as ready as you are for hunting whitetail deer. Made by Hornady, this 30-06 ammunition is Brass-cased, Boxer-primed with a 165 Grain bullet. These are trusted New rounds so sleep easy knowing you're picking up 20 rounds of 30-06 that promises reliable feeding and extraction shot after shot.

  21. Hornady Precision Hunter 6.5 Creedmoor 143 Grain ELD-X – 20 Rounds

    $35.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 143 Grain
    Bullet Type ELD
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 6.5mm Creedmoor
    Manufacturer SKU 81499
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255814996
    Cost Per Round $1.79 per round

    When it comes to hunting ammunition, you should never have to sacrifice exceptional accuracy for devastating terminal performance, or vice versa. This 6.5 Creedmoor cartridge from Hornady’s Precision line of ammunition offers both in spades thanks to its technologically advanced ELD-X projectile. The 143 grain bullet features a Heat Shield tip which is virtually immutable by aerodynamic heating, so it will maintain its pointed shape even as it exits your muzzle at a velocity of 2,700 fps. Along with its tip this bullet’s boat tail design, highly concentric jacket, and secant ogive profile work together to create the extraordinarily flat trajectory you need for pinpoint accurate shots.

    When this bullet strikes targets at higher velocities, its InterLock ring and thick jacket shank assure weight retention of up to 60 percent. At lower velocities, its polymer tip initiates violent yet controlled expansion along with deep penetration and up to 90 percent weight retention. Its tremendous versatility makes this the round to count on the next time you venture into big buck country.

  22. Hornady Superformance 7mm Rem Mag 154 Grain SST - 20 Rounds

    $36.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 154 Grain
    Bullet Type SST
    Use Type hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 7mm Remington Magnum
    Manufacturer SKU 8061
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255380613
    Cost Per Round $1.84 per round

    7mm Remington Magnum ammo complete with Brass cases and a SST projectile. Manufactured by Hornady to the highest of standards with a Boxer primer and 154 Grain bullet, the quality components come together and add up to a round that's great for hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer. You'll get 20 rounds shipped fast when you order this today.

  23. Hornady Precision Hunter 30-06 178 Grain ELD-X - 20 Rounds

    $37.55

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 178 Grain
    Bullet Type ELD
    Use Type hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 30-06
    Manufacturer SKU 81174
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255811742
    Cost Per Round $1.88 per round

    Hornady is one of the better-known ammunition manufacturers in the U.S. and has been refining their projectile designs and completed cartridge lines for almost seven decades. The fruit of this labor has produced the ELD-X, and expanding version of their Extreme Low Drag bullet which is one of the most accurate around. In this .30-06 Springfield load from the Precision Hunter line, a 178-grain ELD-X projectile is utilized in order to provide shooters with long-range capability and positive terminal results.

    The ELD-X features an AMP copper jacket of uniform dimensions, a tapered ogive and boat tail rear which zip through the air with little resistance, and a Heat Shield meplat (tip) which resists burning up during high-velocity travel. As a result, this ammo is capable of extremely tiny group sizes and will expand dependably at close and long range due to the hollow cavity laying beneath its polymer tip. An internal ring binds the bullet's jacket to its lead core, ensuring that it will carry devastating momentum as it mushrooms into an animal's vitals, affecting a quicker drop that aligns with humane hunting principles.

  24. Hornady 308 Superformance 165 Grain GMX - 20 Rounds

    $38.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 165 Grain
    Bullet Type GMX
    Use Type hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51)
    Manufacturer SKU 8099
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255380996
    Cost Per Round $1.94 per round

    GMX ammo that's as ready as you are for hunting whitetail deer. Made by Hornady, this 308 Winchester (7.62X51) ammunition is Brass-cased, Boxer-primed with a 165 Grain bullet. These are trusted New rounds so sleep easy knowing you're picking up 20 rounds of 308 Winchester (7.62X51) that promises reliable feeding and extraction shot after shot.

  25. Hornady Shotgun 20 Gauge 2-3/4" 250 Grain SST Sabot Slug – 5 Rounds

    $13.50

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 250 Grain
    Bullet Type Sabot Slug
    Use Type sabot slug
    Quantity 5
    Ammo Caliber 20 Gauge
    Manufacturer SKU 86232
    Shell Length 2-3/4"
    UPC Barcode 090255862324
    Cost Per Round $2.70 per round

    A great option for your 20 Gauge shotgun! These Hornady rounds have a shell_length of 2-3/4" and are loaded with shot that make them an ideal choice for sabot slug. These are New rounds so you can focus on your surroundings knowing that you'll get reliable performance from each round.

  26. Hornady Precision Hunter 338 Lapua Magnum 270 Grain ELD-X – 20 Rounds

    $99.85

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 270 Grain
    Bullet Type ELD
    Use Type hunting big game, hunting whitetail deer
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 20
    Ammo Caliber 338 Lapua Magnum
    Manufacturer SKU 82313
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255823134
    Cost Per Round $4.99 per round

    This 338 Lapua Magnum cartridge by Hornady features the 270 grain ELD-X projectile. The ELD-X’s versatile performance makes it effective no matter the distance it has to travel. When it strikes a target at high velocity, its thick jacket and InterLock ring keep its core and jacket together to deliver up to 60 percent weight retention as it expands within a target. When it strikes at lower velocities, its polymer tip effectively initiates wide expansion accompanied by up to 90 percent weight retention. With such versatility you’ll be well-equipped however far away you might find your quarry.

    This Precision Hunter round’s is a highly accurate bullet as well, a feat it owes largely to its Heat Shield tip which won’t deform in response to aerodynamic heating. The ELD-X’s ability to group tightly is further bolstered by its highly concentric jacket, secant ogive profile, and boat tail design which grants it a trajectory flatter than a topographical map of Florida. This round’s concentric select brass casing also greatly promotes its accuracy and precision.

  27. Hornady A-Max Match 50 BMG 750 Grain PT – 10 Rounds

    $63.45

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    Manufacturer Hornady
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 750 Grain
    Bullet Type A-MAX Match
    Use Type match or precision shooting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 10
    Ammo Caliber 50 BMG
    Manufacturer SKU 8270
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 090255382709
    Cost Per Round $6.35 per round

    Precision long-range shooters demand top quality ammunition for their craft. Hornady A-MAX Match loads in .50 BMG are optimized to fulfill that need and designed for accuracy above all other considerations.

    Each round in this box of 10 fires a 750 grain A-MAX polymer-tipped match bullet at 2,820 feet per second.

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

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