HPR .308 Win. Match Ammunition

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posted on July 14, 2015
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Fans of long-range, precision shooting will appreciate the addition of match-grade .308 Win. ammunition to the HPR lineup. At 168 grains, this boattail hollowpoint is the true "heavy hitter" in the lineup (the other .308 Win. variants are all 150-grain bullets).

For best results at longer distances, or simply when trying to achieve the best 5-round groups at 100 yards, having quality ammunition can mean the difference between a hit and a miss. Whether stoking your precision rifle for a crack at the 400 yard gong or seeing just how far out you can accurately hit, being able to count on the same performance from your ammo is critical.

HPR takes the guesswork out of this aspect by providing consistent quality ammo designed for optimum performance at any range.

MSRP: $29.99 for one 20-round box.

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