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Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by montana_native, Jan 1, 2014.
I would prefer to have an A-Max in:
Clearly this is a flawed poll! It allows only one choice! That's almost un-American.....
Happy new year guys
Whilst I would love a .375 high BC jacketed projectile north of 375 grains, I fear that to withstand the launch pressure the jacket would need to be too thick to allow acceptable terminal performance at the lower velocities encountered at ELR.
Certainly a tip of some sort would help with this.
Having said that I'm lead to believe the big 50 BMG Amax might as well be a solid as far as terminal performance is concerned.
Cost aside, I believe terminal performance is the key.
Bring it on!
When I'm shooting on steel I want to be able to see my hits at ELR distances which is nice about shooting conventional bullets vs the solids.
The 50 cal A-Max has a rather large tip... right?
Hornady A-Max Bullets 50 BMG (510 Diameter) 750 Grain Boat Tail Box of
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I want the highest bc bullet that will stabilize in 1-10 twist
Would be nice to see a 325gr w/550+BC for the RUM and Ruger 375's. Even the H&H could benefit
Yes, 325 to 350 grain. We need this.
Has anybody heard anything else from Hornady or other manufacturers
Not to hijack...but Berger should consider it aswell. Im very interested with hornady making one too.