Berger Bullets VLD Hunting 7mm 168 gr BT Rifle Bullet, 100/box - 28501
Weight: 168 grain
Model Number: 28501
Ammo Bullet Type: Secant Very Low Drag Boat Tail
Ammo Round Count: 100/Box
Caliber Multi: 7mm
Series/Collection: VLD Hunting
Sectional Density: 0.298
Ballistic Coefficient: 0.618 (G1), 0.316 (G7)
Material: Lead Core, Copper Jacket
Base To Ogive Distance: 0.705"
Nose Length: 0.771"
Boat Tail Length: 0.245"
The Berger VLD Hunting Bullet is one of the flattest shooting hunting bullets in the industry. VLD Hunting Bullets are identical in design to VLD Target bullets except utilize a thinner J4 Precision jacket for rapid expansion during game applications. VLD Hunting Bullets are designed to penetrate 2 to 3 inches and then begin to expand and create a massive wound cavity up to 15 inches. The hydrostatic shock causes most animals to drop immediately. VLD Hunting Bullets incorporate a secant ogive design which allows the bullet to experience less drag as it travels to the target. This reduced drag is why the VLD shoots flatter, experiences less wind-drift, and has a higher retained velocity than all others. A favorite load technique for the VLD's is touching the rifling for single-shot applications, although some rifles may prefer as much as 0.150 inches from the rifling. Berger VLD Hunting Bullets are extremely popular for long range hunting applications. Built with highly consistent J4 Precision Bullet jackets, most favored by custom bullet makers.
- Shoots flatter and is less affected by wind than other bullets
- Made with a long secant ogive for reduced drag
- Boat tail produces higher velocity retention, providing more energy on impact
- J4 hunting jacket
- 1:10 inches or faster twist rate
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