|Bullet Weight||65 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Polymer Tipped|
|Ammo Caliber||.243 Winchester|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||3400|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1668|
|Cost Per Round||$1.75 per round|
This round’s 65 grain polymer tip bullet tears out of the muzzle at 3,400 fps to achieve a high ballistic coefficient of 0.28. Zero in at 200 yards and watch as your bullet rises only 1.25” on its way to your quarry. Stretch things out to 500 yards and witness a bullet that still carries nearly 500 ft lbs of energy on impact. While the bullet’s polymer tip certainly does an admirable job of streamlining its profile, it also facilitates lightning-fast terminal expansion that will fasten a predator to the ground as quickly as possible. Flat trajectory, deadly conclusion – good hunt!
Browning’s new brass case is tailored to feed and chamber correctly in any type of hunting rifle, and their primer is so sensitive that it always cries at the end of Old Yeller. The American manufacturer’s propellant burns clean to preserve accuracy, so you won’t have to clean your rifle during a high volume hunt! (This ammo is also a good choice for hunting varmints like prairie dogs when you anticipate bagging several animals during a single outing.)