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Speer Impact 140 gr Slipstream Polymer 50 .264 Reloading Bullets
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Speer Impact 140 gr Slipstream Polymer 50 .264 Reloading Bullets - TB264H1

SKU 796078
Brand CCI
Model Number TB264H1
UPC 604544650631
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Speer
Product Line: Speer Components
Application: Reloading
Bullet Diameter: .264
Bullet Type: Slipstream Polymer Tip
Bullet Weight: 140 gr
Quantity: 50 Bullets


Take your hunts, your handloads, and your shots farther than you ever thought possible. The new Speer Impact bullet blends tough, molecularly bonded construction with a high ballistic coefficient. Its grounded Slipstream polymer tip provides a perfect aerodynamic meplat, and its hollow core initiates expansion at velocities 200 fps lower than comparable designs. The combination results in deep penetration at mid-range, as well as extreme accuracy and consistent low-velocity expansion at long distances.


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