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Hornady GMX .375 250 gr Rifle Bullet, 50/box - 3708
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Hornady GMX .375 250 gr Rifle Bullet, 50/box - 3708

SKU 793889
Brand Hornady
Model Number 3708
UPC 090255237085
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Product Details


  • Series/Collection: GMX
  • Caliber: 375 Cal
  • Sectional Density: 0.254
  • Weight: 250 grain
  • Ballistic Coefficient: 0.43 (G1)
  • Diameter: 3/8"
  • Bullet Style: Gliding Metal Expanding
  • Material: Copper Core, Copper Jacket, Polymer Tip
  • Application: Medium Game (50 to 300 lb), Large Game (300 to 1500 lb)
  • Packaging Quantity: 50/Box


Hard-hitting and deep-penetrating, the GMX bullet combines monolithic construction with pioneering ballistic design to meet the need for a premium, non-traditional bullet. Tougher than pure copper, the mono-metal copper alloy has been proven to shoot cleaner, foul less, and deliver consistent, even pressure curves. The tough alloy material routinely retains 95% or more of its original weight and expands up to 1.5 times its original diameter. Featuring a long, sleek profile with cannelures, the design reduces overall bearing surface and drag, while achieving some of the highest ballistic coefficients from monolithic, non-traditional bullets. Initiating expansion upon impact, the hard polymer tip drives into the hollow cavity at the front of the bullet, creating a mushroom-style projectile as it travels through the animal. Fully California compatible and appropriate for use in areas requiring the use of non-traditional bullets, GMX is ideal for any sized game, from antelope to moose.


  • Copper alloy construction - 1-piece copper alloy won't separate and delivers devastating terminal performance, deep penetration and 95% weight retention
  • Crimping cannelure and pressure relieving grooves - reduces both bearing surface and fouling and aids in consistent reloads
  • High weight-retention - high weight retention is a significant benefit to the GMX and monolithic family of bullets, routinely retaining 95% or more of their original weight


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