20rds – 22-250 Hornady Superformance 50gr. V-MAX Ammo


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Hornady Ammunition 50 Grain V-MAX Ammo Details

This 22-250 varmint hunting cartridge by Hornady has certainly got speed on its side. As a Superformance round it effectively adds 100 to 200 fps to your rifle’s muzzle velocity, but without needlessly increasing recoil, fourling, or sensitivity to temperature. At just over 4,000 fps, this round’s starting velocity will make your shots straight and do a lot of damage far downrange!

Varmints like this round even less because of its 50 grain V-MAX. The bullet’s sharp polymer tip and uniformly dense swaged lead core give it terrific accuracy, and because the tip is perched over a cavity in its core it builds up enormous energy before causing absolute fragmentation during penetration. While Hornady is most famous for their bullets, they apply the same minutia that made them that way into loading cartridges as well. These rounds were crafted by seasoned specialists and scrutinized by sticklers before being boxed up.
  • Manufacturer
  • Condition
  • Bullet Weight
    50 Grain
  • Bullet Type
  • Use Type
    Varmint Hunting
  • Casing Type
  • Quantity
  • Ammo Caliber
    22-250 Remington
  • Manufacturer SKU
  • Primer Type
  • Muzzle Velocity
  • Muzzle Energy
  • UPC Barcode
  • Cost Per Round

Hornady Ammunition 22-250 Remington Ballistic Data

Hornady Ammunition 22-250 Remington Ammo Details

Barrel Length inches
Ballistics Coefficient (G1)
Ballistics Coefficient (G7)
Sectional Density
Muzzle 100 yds. 200 yds. 300 yds. 400 yds. 500 yds.
Velocity fps 4000 3517 3086 2694 2334 2003
Energy ft lbs 1776 1373 1057 806 605 445
Bullet drop inch -1.5 0.7 0 -4.3 -13.5 -29.1

Trajectory Line Graph Hornady Ammunition 22-250 Remington

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Whe Shooters and Hunters love or hate 20rds – 22-250 Hornady Superformance 50gr. V-MAX Ammo

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  • ☆☆☆☆☆

    posted on by Milk D

    EXCELLENT AMMO. My father gave me his 1976 Sako 22-250 2 years ago. I shot it several times w some of his older boxed ammo, and could only get 1.5-2" groups. I was not impressed so I did not use it much.. I read that the twist rate was 1 in 14", so decided to try these loads with lighter/shorter bullets. I WAS AMAZED -- 1/4" and 3/8" groups! Could not have expected better! Shot from bench on sand bags, but in the wind in open area and not using my best technique. WILL DEFINITELY ORDER MORE. My chronograph was not working, but can assume great velocity uniformity by group size.

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