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Hornady® Subsonic Ammunition — designed for accuracy and performance below the speed of sound — now comes in both rifle and handgun loads.
Subsonic Handgun utilizes tried-and-true XTP® bullets that expand reliably at subsonic velocities. The Sub-X bullet used in Subsonic Rifle features a lead core. Long grooves in its gilding metal jacket combine with the bullet’s flat profile and the patented Flex Tip® insert within its hollow point cavity to help it expand reliably at low velocities.
Powders are selected for optimal performance and consistency from lot to lot.
300 Blackout 190gr Sub-X .437 (G1)
30-30 Winchester 175gr Sub-X .300 (G1)
450 Bushmaster 395gr Sub-X .300 G1)
45-70 Government 410gr Sub-X .285 (G1)
9mm Luger 147gr XTP .212 (G1)
40 Smith & Wesson 180gr XTP .164 (G1)
45 Automatic 230gr XTP .188 (G1)
A-Tip™ bullets will be available in 100-count boxes, and retailers will also sell sleeves of five sequential 100-count boxes packaged together, as well as a case pack of two 500-count sleeves for a total of 1,000 sequentially packed bullets. Since the bullets will not be touched or tumbled, there will be some slight oil residue, so a bullet polishing bag will be included with each 100-count box for the hand loader to use in preparing bullets for loading.
The A-Tip™ bullets include the following calibers with Doppler radar measured G1 and G7 BCs:
Use of a new stem is required for optimal bullet seating. Please visit hornady.com for full details.
A-Tip™ bullet BC values have been measured at Mach 2.25 and corrected back to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Standard Atmosphere (sea level, 59 degrees F, 29.92 inHg, 0% humidity).
Visit hornady.com/BC for BC values measured at Mach 2.0 and Mach 1.75 for calculating trajectories when shooting long distances.
Use of the Hornady® 4DOF® ballistic calculator with pre-populated A-Tip™ bullet drag curves will provide the most accurate calculations. Visit hornady.com for full details
Smokeless Propellant Delivery Trips
Steve is in the South Island this week.
We will try to set the next North Island Trip for early July.