hornady .22 53,70g GMX?????

manhoer

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I read an artical in the latest RIFLE SHOOTER mag new products for 2011 and they said hornady was making .22cal 53,70g GMX bullets but I can't find them on there sight anyone read the same artical or seen any?
 

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I read an artical in the latest RIFLE SHOOTER mag new products for 2011 and they said hornady was making .22cal 53,70g GMX bullets but I can't find them on there sight anyone read the same artical or seen any?


I know they are mentioned in the 2011 Hornady catalog I picked up over the weekend.
 

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yeah they are makeing them.but still unable to find anyone to sale any in a 70gn.when I found out about the 70gn bullet I new then I wanted to try it since my 223 realy shoots a 69gn bullet really well.will just have to keep looking for some one to sell them.just hope it soon rather than latter.want to be able and hunt with them.a 300 yard neck shoot would be sweet.
 

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And in an interesting twist ....


The Barnes website lists a 22 caliber 62 TTSX ... but it says it requires a 1-8 twist. I wonder what the recommended twist rate for the Hornady 70 grain bullet will be?
 

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And in an interesting twist ....


The Barnes website lists a 22 caliber 62 TTSX ... but it says it requires a 1-8 twist. I wonder what the recommended twist rate for the Hornady 70 grain bullet will be?

They have a 70g TSX as well I just checked them out 29$ for 50 and the 6mm GMX is 45$ for 50 the prices where about 2 to 3$ diffrence going up with weight. SO the .224 should be around 41$ for 50. I like Hornady but I'm thinking the TSX is a much better deal.
 
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