HORNADY AMMO 450 NE 3.25" 480gr DGX BONDED 20b 6cs

HORNADY AMMO 450 NE 3.25" 480gr DGX BONDED 20b 6cs
HORNADY AMMO 450 NE 3.25" 480gr DGX BONDED 20b 6cs
HORNADY AMMO 450 NE 3.25" 480gr DGX BONDED 20b 6cs
Item #:HRN8257
Price:$165.99
$8.30 per round
Shipping: One flat fee of $9.95 per online order.
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Availability:In Stock
MPN:8257
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Product Information

Hornady® manufactures Dangerous Game™ Series ammunition with only the finest components, under strict quality control measures. Our classic bullet designs are tailored to meet the needs of the serious safari hunter.

We use techniques and processes that rival hand loads, with the ultimate goal of making every cartridge accurate, deadly and dependable!

 

HIGH PERFORMANCE HORNADY® BULLETS

From the InterLock® SP-RP bullets to the heavy-hitting DGS® and DGX®bullets, each Dangerous Game™ Series load is topped with a deadly projectile.

POWDER

Powders are carefully matched to each load to ensure optimum pressure and velocity, and to regulate in double rifles. Some of our Dangerous Game™ Series loads feature Superformance® propellant technology.

CASE AND PRIMER

Like all Hornady® ammunition, our Dangerous Game™ ammunition uses the highest quality cases and primers available. Consistent components translate to consistent shooting in the field.

 

This is loaded ammunition.

WARNING

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 4 stars

Hard to find loaded ammo does the trick

By Joe B. on Aug 10, 2020
The Hornady DGX Bonded bullet is much improved over the original DGX bullet. The Bonded DGX and has performed for me in Australia where I shot multiple water buffalo at ranges from 20 yards to 80 yards with a .450NE double rifle and the bullet did it's job and worked flawlessly. I shot both Expanding DGX and Solid DGS bullets and they both worked as designed and intended.
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