Hornady Announces 2015 New Products

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posted on October 16, 2014
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Hornady Manufacturing announces a comprehensive lineup of new products for 2015, including "American Gunner" ammunition and "Full Boar" ammunition.

American Gunner
The American Gunner line is a collection of tried-and-true, versatile loads that are popular with shooters for their target shooting, hunting or self-defense needs. Find out more.

Full Boar
Full Boar ammunition from Hornady features hard hitting GMX bullets for deep penetration and maximum weight retention. Find out more.

View the full lineup of 2015 New Products
In addition to the two new ammunition lines, we have expanded our offerings in Critical Duty, Critical Defense Lite, American Whitetail, Superformance Varmint, Varmint Express Rimfire, and Match.

Plus, you'll find a a number of Lock-N-Load reloading products that will enhance and improve your efforts on the bench, like the 1911 Auto Primer Tube Filler, Bullet Tubes, Neck Turn Tool, Quick Change Hand Tool and AP Primer Pocket Swage Tool.

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