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Berger Bullets 185 gr CHH .300 Win Mag Ammo, 20/box - 70020
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Berger Bullets 185 gr CHH .300 Win Mag Ammo, 20/box - 70020

SKU 793212
Brand Berger Bullets
Model Number 70020
UPC 679459700207
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Berger Bullets
Model Number: 70020
Ammo Bullet Type: Classic Hunter Hybrid
Ammo Bullet Weight: 185 grain
Ammo Round Count: 20/Box
Caliber Multi: .300 Winchester Magnum
Muzzle Energy: 3895 lb/ft
Muzzle Velocity: 3079 fps
Application: Hunting
Material: Brass


The 185 grain Classic Hunter load for the 300 Win Mag provides an option for hunters who are pursuing larger sized game, or perhaps hunting at medium to long range. This round is loaded to SAAMI specs which insures reliable operation in modern rifles. The ballistic performance of the 185 grain bullet will carry a high level of lethality to game animals in any hunting environment. Berger offers superior ammunition for shooters that require reliability, accuracy and consistency. Our ballistician, Bryan Litz, uses scientific techniques to develop each cartridge using only the highest quality components. Rigorous testing is done to provide consistent velocities and trajectories from lot to lot, so that each shot is as good as the last. Even though the Cartridge Overall Length for this round meets SAAMI specified standards, we recommend you check your rifle and magazine's maximum COAL for compatibility.


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