Product Info for Hornady Superformance .300 Winchester Magnum 165 Grain Gilding Metal eXpanding Centerfire Rifle Ammunition
Increase your rifle’s performance up to 200 fps without extra chamber pressure, recoil, muzzle blast, temperature sensitivity, fouling, or loss of accuracy.
Superformance uses progressive propellants that take your favorite V-MAX, NTX, SST, GMX, and InterLock, bullets to levels of performance that are simply unattainable with conventional ammunition.
It IS rocket science!
IT IS FAST: 100 to 200 fps faster than conventional ammunition.
IT IS ACCURATE: Uncompromising accuracy without increased felt recoil.
IT IS CONSISTENT: Unfailing performance across a broad range of temperatures.
IT IS VERSATILE: This new breed of ammunition is available in 17 Hornet to 444 Marlin, and is safe for use in all firearm types, including semi-autos, lever guns and pump actions.
Buy Hornady ammo to get bullets that are accurate, consistent, and always dependable.
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Specifications for Hornady Superformance .300 Winchester Magnum 165 Grain Gilding Metal eXpanding Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:
Caliber: .300 Winchester Magnum
Number of Rounds: 500
Bullet Type: Gilding Metal eXpanding (GMX)
Bullet Weight: 165 grain
Cartridge Case Material: Brass
Muzzle Velocity: 3260 ft/s
Package Type: Box
Primer Location: Centerfire
Sectional Density: 0.248
Muzzle Energy: 3893 ft-lbs
G1 Ballistic Coefficient: 0.447
Application: Large Game, Medium Game
Features of Hornady Superformance .300 Winchester Magnum 165 Grain Gilding Metal eXpanding Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:
Proven Hornady Bullets: Superformance ammunition is loaded with Hornady V-MAX, NTX, SST, GMX, and InterLock, bullets for the ultimate in performance, no matter what the game.
Progressive Hornady Powders: Superformance Propellants are the heart of Superformance ammunition and usher in a new era of performance.
Case And Primer: Like all Hornady® ammunition, our Superformance® rounds use the highest quality cases and primers available. Consistent components translate to consistent shooting in the field.