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Sierra MatchKing .22 77 gr Rifle Bullet, 500/box - 7177C
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Sierra MatchKing .22 77 gr Rifle Bullet, 500/box - 7177C

SKU 794873
Brand Sierra
Model Number 7177C
UPC 092763571774
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Sierra
Weight: 77 grain
Model Number: 7177C
Ammo Bullet Type: Tipped MatchKing
Ammo Round Count: 500/Box
Caliber Multi: .22 Cal
Application: Varmint
Series/Collection: MatchKing
Sectional Density: 0.219
Ballistic Coefficient: 0.42 at 2400 fps
Diameter: 0.224"
Material: Copper Jacket, Plastic Tip, Lead Core


Sierra has enhanced a segment of the MatchKing line by adding the acetal resin tip, thus crowning the Tipped MatchKing bullet line. The major advantage of adding a tip to the bullet is the reduction of drag, producing a more favorable ballistic coefficient. Another benefit is reliable feeding in magazine fed firearms. The 77 grain Tipped MatchKing (TMK) allows seating to an OAL that permits cartridges to be loaded into M16/AR15 magazines. While they are recognized around the world for record-setting accuracy, MatchKing and Tipped MatchKing bullets are not recommended for most hunting applications. Although MatchKing and Tipped MatchKing bullets are commonly used for varmint hunting, their design will not provide the same reliable explosive expansion at equivalent velocities in varmints compared to their lightly jacketed hornet, blitz or varminter counterparts. This bullet requires a barrel twist rate of 1 x 8 inches or faster.


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