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Hornady 30 Cal (.308) 168gr A-Max Bullets, 100 Count – 30502
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Hornady 30 Cal (.308) 168gr A-Max Bullets, 100 Count – 30502

SKU 28975
Brand Hornady
Model Number 30502
UPC 090255275131
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Product Details


  • Caliber: 30 Cal (.308”)
  • Product Line: A-MAX®
  • Sectional Density: .253
  • Ballistic Coefficient: .475 (G1)
  • Bullet Weight: 168 GR
  • Application: Target/Match
  • Box Count: 100


The A-Max may be the most technologically advanced bullet ever designed. The aerodynamic secant ogive profile, sharp, pointed tip and unmatched concentricity give it an extremely high ballistic coefficient for near perfection in flight. After closely studying the performance of bullets for more than half a century, Hornady has incorporated every aspect of what makes a bullet accurate into the A-Max.

Every part of the bullet, from the ultra-low drag tip to the angle of the boat tail base is engineered to help you print your tightest groups ever. The A-Max advanced match design is intended for use in premium quality rifles with match chambers and throats.

Box of 100 Bullets

This is not loaded ammunition

Ballistics Information:
• Sectional Density: 0.253
• Ballistic Coefficient: 0.475

This item cannot be shipped to the City of Chicago or State of Massachusetts


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