204 Ruger Ammo

204 Ruger ammo started as a joint project released in 2004 by Ruger and Hornady. The round delivers extremely high velocity for efficient varmint extermination. A light 32-45 grain hollow point bullet achieves a muzzle velocity of around 4,000 feet per second in a typical .204 Ruger load, resulting in massive fragmentation that will put coyotes and other pests down in a hurry.

This caliber is based on a .222 Remington Magnum necked-down casing. The parent case's high capacity is key to achieving high velocities; in addition, factory .204 Ruger ammunition uses a proprietary powder known as SMP746 to achieve velocities of over 4,200 feet per second.

In-stock .204 Ruger ammunition for sale by many manufacturers including Sellier & Bellot, Winchester, Nosler, Fiocchi, and of course Hornady - look for all of them here at Widener's.

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  1. Fiocchi 204 Ruger 32 Grain V-Max – 50 Rounds


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    Manufacturer Fiocchi
    Condition New
    Bullet Weight 32 Grain
    Bullet Type V-MAX
    Use Type varmint hunting
    Casing Type Brass
    Quantity 50
    Ammo Caliber 204 Ruger
    Manufacturer SKU 204HVA
    Primer Type Boxer
    Magnetic No
    UPC Barcode 762344707372
    Cost Per Round 99.7¢ per round

    Whether you're using a bolt-action rifle or an AR-15, this fast-moving .204 Ruger ammunition from Fiocchi's Extrema series is a varmint's worst nightmare. These cartridges will take down coyotes, groundhogs, rabbits, squirrels, and other pest animals at almost four times the speed of sound!

    Each cartridge in this box of 50 fires a 32 grain Hornady V-MAX polymer tipped jacketed hollow point bullet at a muzzle velocity of 4,125 feet per second. This high velocity is a signature advantage of the .204 Ruger and promotes rapid fragmentation for the quick elimination of the target. The polymer tip promotes faster expansion and improves the projectile's external ballistics, allowing you to make well-placed shots against small varmints.

    Fiocchi ammo uses non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases; it is manufactured in both Lecco, Italy and Ozark, Missouri. Fiocchi is an Italian company with over a century of experience in manufacturing cost-effective, quality ammunition. Hornady bullets are made in Grand Island, Nebraska and enjoy a strong reputation for high performance.

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