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Hornady Outfitter 30-06 Springfield 150 Grain Copper Alloy Expanding Projectile 20 Round Box

Hornady Outfitter 30-06 Springfield 150 Grain Copper Alloy Expanding Projectile 20 Round Box

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Hornady Outfitter, 30-06 Springfield, 150 Grain, Copper Alloy eXpanding Projectile, 20 Round Box 81108
Model: Outfitter
Caliber: 30-06 Springfield
Grains: 150Gr
Type: CX
Units Per Box: 20
Manufacturer: Hornady
Model: Outfitter
Mfg Number: 81108

Brand: "Springfield" likely refers to the manufacturer of the ammunition. Springfield Armory is a well-known firearms manufacturer.
Projectile Weight: "150 Grain" specifies the weight of the projectile in grains. Grains are a unit of mass used in the ammunition industry. A 150-grain bullet is relatively common for certain calibers.
Projectile Material: "Copper Alloy" indicates that the projectile is made from a copper alloy. Copper alloy bullets are known for their effectiveness and deformation upon impact, which can result in expansion and improved stopping power.
Projectile Type: "Expanding Projectile" suggests that the bullet is designed to expand upon impact with the target. Expanding bullets are often used for self-defense because they create larger wound channels and are less likely to overpenetrate the target.
Round Count: "20 Round Box" means that the ammunition is packaged in a box containing 20 rounds or cartridges. This is a standard quantity for handgun ammunition.

Caliber Dictionary

The Below Information Has Been Provided From Our Gun Caliber Dictionary And Is Meant For Informational Purposes Only. It Is Not Intended to Describe The Unique Specifications For This Ammunition.
Properly "Caliber 30 Model of 1906," the 30-06 was developed at Springfield Armory for the 1903 Springfield rifle. The original 1903 cartridge, though very similar, used a round-nosed 220-grain bullet; the 1906 version used a 150-grain spitzer bullet with a slightly shorter case neck and case length of 2.494-inches. The 30-06, in Springfield, 1917 Enfield, and M1 Garand rifles, remained America's service cartridge through the Korean War. It was the most powerful cartridge ever adopted by a major military, and over time became America's most popular hunting cartridge. Today there are many good choices, but the 30-06 remains extremely popular throughout the world, suited for most North American big game and equally effective for African plains game. The most common standard loads today feature: 150-grain bullet at 2910 feet per second; 165-grain bullet at 2800 fps; and 180-grain bullet at 2700 fps. Choices in both rifles and ammunition are almost limitless.  — Craig Boddington

Specifications
Specification   Value
Caliber   30-06 Springfield
Weight   150 Grain
Bullet Type   CX
     
MFG NO    81108
SKU    11687433
UPC    NOUPC503457
Manufacturer
Hornady
Phone:   308-382-1390
Email:  
Website:   http://www.hornady.com
Address:   3625 Old Potash
Grand Island, NE 68803
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