200rds – 30-06 Hornady American Whitetail 150gr. Interlock SP Ammo


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  • Manufacturer Hornady Ammunition
  • Condition New
  • Bullet Weight 150 Grain
  • Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP)
  • Use Type Boar Hunting, Deer Hunting
  • Casing Type Brass
  • Quantity 200
  • Ammo Caliber 30-06
  • Manufacturer SKU 8108
  • Primer Type Boxer
  • Muzzle Velocity 2910
  • Muzzle Energy 2820
  • UPC Barcode 10090255381082
  • Cost Per Round $0.95/ppr

Hornady Ammunition 150 Grain Soft-Point (SP) Ammo Details

Hornady's American Whitetail line is engineered from the ground up to deliver excellent performance on medium-size deer in a plethora of calibers. As such, these .30-06 Springfield cartridges utilize reloadable brass casings equipped with non-corrosive Boxer primers and filled with exact measures of powder that are matched to the load's design. Each round pushes a 150 grain soft-point projectile that features Hornady's proprietary Interlock ring inside the lower base, a conventional toothed cannelure at its crimp point, and an exposed lead tip at its head. The tip has its sides tapered to match its copper jacket for smooth flight and its point flattened for blunt, free-bleeding entry.

Upon impact, the projectile will experience blooming expansion that deposits massive energy into vital organs in order to drop a deer where it stands. The interlock ring and accuracy-saving cannelure both slow the rate of expansion in order to ensure that the bullet doesn't separate from its jacket or fragment at a shallow depth; both events usually result in an ineffective wound and hours of blood tracking that no responsible hunter should desire. 150 grains is a common weight for the .30-06 caliber and matches numerous military surplus and commercial practice rounds for a familiar point-of-aim.

Hornady is able to guarantee solid performance with every shot due to seven decades of experience manufacturing precise projectiles and highly praised finished ammunition. Buying in bulk with this 200 round case affords a hunter many future seasons and preparatory zeroing sessions.

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