300 Savage Bullets
See our selection of in-stock 300 Savage bullets for reloaders below.
The 300 Savage was introduced by Savage Arms in 1920. Its case is relatively small with its 52 grain capacity, and its neck has not got much volume to it either. The 300 Savage still achieves good ballistics by today’s standards in spite of those shortcomings. A 150 grain bullet with a 2,600 fps muzzle velocity grants the 300 Savage an effective range beyond 300 yards, making it practical for hunting where a 30-30 Win might have served just as well.
The 300 Savage is only becoming less popular as a hunting round more than 100 years after its introduction, so fans of the Savage Model 99 are increasingly turning to handloading to get their fix. Fortunately the 300 Savage’s .308 diameter bullet is far from a rare commodity. For target shooting you may opt for a classic weight 150 grain BTHP like the MatchKing. For varmint hunting you may prefer a lighter 110 grain V-MAX, or a heavier InterBond or ELD-X during deer season.
This now antique load is capable of some truly impressive feats thanks to the high tech bullets and smokeless propellant blends of the modern era. Just make sure not to load to a higher pressure than your antique rifle can accommodate!
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