Berger Bullets Hybrid Target 7mm 184 gr F-Open HBT Rifle Bullet, 100/box - 28408
Weight: 184 grain
Model Number: 28408
Ammo Bullet Type: F-Open Hybrid Boat Tail
Ammo Round Count: 100/Box
Caliber Multi: 7mm
Series/Collection: Hybrid Target
Sectional Density: 0.326
Ballistic Coefficient: 0.695 (G), 0.356 (G7)
Material: Lead Core, Copper Jacket, Copper Tip
Base To Ogive Distance: 0.82"
Nose Length: 0.808"
Boat Tail Length: 0.225"
F-Class is one of the fastest growing precision rifle shooting disciplines, requiring the very best precision and accuracy to compete at the top levels. Rifles and other equipment have continued to advance as the sport becomes ever more competitive, and Berger has always been dedicated to making the very best bullets for our shooters. In a collaborative effort with the US F-Open Rifle Team, we decided we came up with this bullet. Our renowned ballistician, Bryan Litz, designed the new 184 grain F-Open Hybrid to be slightly heavier, slightly longer and have a more aggressive ogive shape, giving it a ballistic advantage to our existing 7mm 180 grain Hybrid and VLD Target bullet designs. This bullet complements the 30 cal 200.20x Hybrid Target bullet, which was designed specifically for F-TR. Just like our 200.20x bullet, we took an existing design and optimized the ballistic profile to make it even better. The 7mm 184 grain F-Open bullet is ideal for loading into 7-08 Rem, 284 Win, 7mm SAUM, 7mm RUM, 7mm Rem Mag and other popular 7mm cartridges.
- Secant ogive at the nose provides higher BCS
- Transitions to a tangent ogive as the nose meets the bearing surface for easier tuning
- J4 target jacket
- 1:9 inches or faster twist rate
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