Hornady 81604 Black Ammunition 6mm ARC 105GR HP Boat Tail 20 Rounds
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Hornady Black ammunition features versatile loads optimized for excellent performance from America's favorite guns. Loaded with legendary Hornady bullets, Hornady Black ammunition is designed to fit, feed and function in a variety of platforms. Direct impingement, gas piston, suppressed, unsuppressed, inertia, bolt, pump, supersonic, subsonic, rifle, mid-length, carbine or pistol. Hornady Black ammunition delivers superior performance for a variety of applications.
Specifications and Features:
- Cartridge: 6mm Advanced Rifle Cartridge (6mm ARC)
- Grain Weight: 105 Grains
- Quantity: 20 Round
- Muzzle Velocity: 2800 Feet Per Second
- Muzzle Energy: 1828 Foot Pounds
- Bullet Style: Jacketed Hollow Point
- Lead Free: No
- Case Type: Brass
- Primer: Boxer
- Corrosive: No
- Reloadable: Yes
- G1 Ballistic Coefficient: 0.53
- Sectional Density: 0.254
- Test Barrel Length: 24 Inches
- Velocity Rating: Supersonic
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Posted by Phantom30 on Dec 7th 2020
Prices are rising and supplies are diminishing. This is not the cheapest source but the only available source when I purchased. Company is good and efficient. The ammo is the only kind you should use of the three in production. BTHP or FMJ are all you should use in an auto-feeder. ELDs and soft tips are not accurate due to chamber events. Wonder why your groups have an occasional flyer, yup.