Thanks for posting the info. Your long shot with the 416 is here.
The HV bullets on our website are hunting bullets and, due to the open hollow point, the BC numbers are not as good as what spitser bullets are. Our SP range are spitsers and cover from 6mm to .50BMG. Once we have completed the photographs of the SP range, they will go onto a separate page on our site.
Mr Moeller corresponded with us extensively during 2002 and 2003. He was very interested in the HV concept that we pioneered and patented in 1997. He expressed an interest in becoming our distributor in Europe and to get to know him better, we invited him to come and hunt with us in 2003. Upon his return to Germany, he lodged a German "small patent" for the drive band bullets and proceeded to manufacture them himself. There is no collaberation between our businesses and we remain thankful that we did not disclose more than what we did to him.
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We have an old style smooth sided HP monometal bullet in 250gr. It is completely overshadowed by the 225gr HV which is 1.53" in length. That is close to the length of a 260 to 270gr jacketed lead bullet. In the SP range we have recently completed two .338 bullets specifically for 1:10" and 1:12" twist barrels. The design goal was to remain supersonic to 1 mile with these. The Sako TRG (338LM) with which Tom Marsti won the Lapua Sniper competition has a 1:7" Walther barrel. That bullet (295gr) remains supersonic to beyond 2300m when launched at 2950fps.