Product Info for Hornady Match .50 BMG 750 Grain A-MAX Brass Cased Centerfire Rifle Ammunition
We carefully select every component to ensure uniformity, then load to exacting specifications to provide pinpoint accuracy. Each cartridge is loaded with either Hornady A-MAX bullets, our high-performance boattail hollow points, or the new, radically superior ELD Match bullets. Stringent quality control ensures proper bullet seating, consistent charges and pressures, optimal velocity, consistent overall length and repeatable accuracy.
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Specifications for Hornady Match .50 BMG 750 Grain A-MAX Brass Cased Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:
Caliber: .50 BMG
Number of Rounds: 250
Bullet Type: A-Max
Bullet Weight: 750 grain
Cartridge Case Material: Brass
Muzzle Velocity: 2820 ft/s
Ammunition Application: Competitive Shooting, Target, Match
Package Type: Box
Primer Location: Centerfire
Sectional Density: 0.412
Muzzle Energy: 13241 ft-lbs
G1 Ballistic Coefficient: 1.05
Application: Match, Target
Features of Hornady Match .50 BMG 750 Grain A-MAX Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:
The Perfect Tip!: The Heat Shield tip on the ELD Match bullet creates the perfect meplat and outperforms BTHP bullets.
Hornady Match Bullets: Hornady Match rifle ammunition is loaded with the most accurate, consistent match bullets in the world, featuring our AMP bullet jackets.
Specially Selected Cases: Cases are carefully selected based on strict criteria: wall thickness uniformity, internal capacity, case weight and consistent wall concentricity.
Carefully Matched Powder: Powder is matched carefully to each specific load for optimal pressure, velocity and consistent accuracy.
Stringent Quality Control: With extremely tight tolerances and strict quality control, all Hornady Match ammunition features superior lot-to-lot consistency. From the bullet seating to the optimal charges and velocities, Hornady Match ammunition is designed to live up to company founder, J.W. Hornady’s original goal: “Ten bullets through one hole.”