7mm Mag Bullets
7mm Rem Mag Bullets for Reloading
The 7mm Remington Magnum pretty much did away with the 264 Winchester Magnum as soon as it hit the market in 1962. The ease with which the belted magnum cartridge extracts makes it significantly more reliable out in the field – critical if you’re hunting the kind of game that will gladly hunt you back. Factor in its superior accuracy to the 30-06 – a product of the .284 diameter bullet’s innately higher ballistic coefficient than that of a .308 – as well as a higher sectional density for better assured deep penetration, and you can appreciate just how much the 7mm Rem Mag has to offer a hunter.
7mm Rem Mag bullets for reloading are commonly available in weights ranging from 110 to 175 grains, with HPBT bullets for precision shooting and polymer tip bullets for hunting. It is crucial to pick a robust 7mm Rem Mag bullet if there is any chance you will shoot your quarry over short distances. Such high velocity penetration will tear a lesser bullet to bits. A barrel length of at least 26 inches is necessary to fully benefit from the 7mm Rem Mag’s potential ballistic coefficient.
7mm Mag bullets for reloading will also let you make 7mm Short Action Ultra Magnum (SAUM), 7mm Remington Ultra Magnum (RUM), 7mm Shooting Times Westerner (STW), 7mm Weatherby Magnum, and 7mm Winchester Short Magnum (WSM) cartridges.
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