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Big game hunters and benchrest shooters alike will be hard pressed to find a .30-378 Weatherby Magnum round that outperforms the Precision Hunter line from Hornady. These cartridges are intended to exhibit match-grade accuracy alongside the ability quickly drop huge elk and moose from far off by utilizing Hornady's new Extreme Long Distance - eXpanding (ELD-X) bullet design. The 220 grain ELD-X projectile features an expertly crafted secant ogive, intricately measured boat-tail rear, and heat-resistant polymer meplat (tip) for unrivaled precision.
The polymer tip is made up of a new material which doesn't melt and deviate into a wider group pattern like previous designs. The ELD-X's heat shield tip is not only durable at high speeds, but highly consistent and uniform in shape due to it's method of creation. Upon impact with a game animal, the hollow cavity behind the polymer tip produces massive expansion at a controlled rate for deep penetration and efficient energy transfer into vital organs. The ELD-X's internal interlock ring prevents jacket separation and preserves penetration so that big game is taken humanely and not made to suffer. These rounds are also constructed with reloadable brass casings, reliably igniting Boxer primers, and Hornady's own specialized blend of powder which offers a laser-flat trajectory at extended ranges.
Hornady has a history dating back to 1949 and is well-known for unique components which includes projectiles of uniform weight and thickness. Throughout the decades they have not only released innovative lines of sporting and hunting ammunition, but have developed their own calibers which have made waves among the shooting community.
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