Hornady Outfitter 375 Ruger-Ammo 250-Grain GMX Lead-Free 20-Count
Hornady Outfitter 375 Ruger Ammo 250 Grain GMX Lead-Free 20-Count Features:
This Hornady Superformance 375 Ruger ammunition is loaded with a 250 Grain GMX bullet. Developed by Hornady engineers, these bullet jackets are a technological advancement in design, tooling, and manufacturing that combine to produce the most consistently concentric bullet jackets available. Superformance ammunition is loaded with proprietary propellants that increase the velocity ratings up to 200 feet per second compared to other popular brands. Because there is no increase in pressure, regardless of the caliber, there is no increase in felt recoil but there is an increase in efficiency and high speed performance. With new laws going into effect next year, this Superformance ammo is developed to be fully California compatible and an ideal choice for use in other areas requiring the use of non-traditional bullets. Hornady Superformance GMX ammo was developed to be ideal for any sized game, from antelope to moose. Hornady Superformance 375 Ruger is non-corrosive, new production ammunition in boxer primer and reloadable brass cases. Hornady Outfitter 375 Ruger-Ammo 250-Grain GMX Lead-Free 20-Count
Hornady Outfitter 375 Ruger Ammo 250 Grain GMX Lead-Free 20-Count Specifications:
20 rounds per box
Caliber 338 WINCHESTER MAGNUM AMMO
Bullet Type GMX
Muzzle Velocity 2800 fps
Muzzle Energy 46352 ft. lbs
Casing Nickel Plated
Ammo Rating Medium-Large Game 338 Winchester Magnum Ammo.
Winchester come in WSP, WLP, WSR, and WLR flavors – small pistol, large pistol, small rifle and large rifle. They use the same primer for standard and magnum loads, which in essence means they are all magnum primers, and they act that way on a chronograph, with larger standard deviation in velocity than I get with a standard primer from CCI.
My preference in primers for standard loads is CCI, and generally speaking in a good load I can get standard deviations in velocity in the high single digits or low teens, where the same load may have and SD of 25-30 with a Winchester primer.
I’ve had good luck using CCI primers. From what I understand CCI bench rest primers are usually easier to ignite than their regular, magnum and military style primers. And the military and magnum primers need a harder strike to ignite.
I had my best groups at 100 yards using CCI BR primers in my AR-15 in 5.56. However, I don’t recommend using them in an AR because they would be the ones most likely to slam fire.
Never had a misfire or slam fire with either the CCI #41 or BR in the AR. Remington Small Rifle Bench Primers #7-1/2 Box of 1000.