Designed for target shooting, hunting and self-defense, the American Gunner line is made in the USA with premium components and features XTP (eXtreme Terminal Performance) hollow point bullets. It is available in .380 auto, 9mm Luger, 9mm +P Luger, .357 Mag, .38 Special, .40 S&W and .45 auto. Meanwhile, Hornady’s new Full Boar ammo features hard-hitting GMX bullets for deep penetration and maximum weight retention. It is available in popular hunting calibers from 223 – 300 Win Mag.
That’s not all Hornady has coming up for 2015. As the press release notes, Hornady is expanding their offerings in Critical Duty, Critical Defense Lite, American Whitetail, Superformance Varmint, Varmint Express Rimfire, and Match.
If you’re looking for Lock-N-Load reloading products to “enhance and improve your efforts on the bench,” check out the 1911 Auto Primer Tube Filler, Bullet Tubes, Neck Turn Tool, Quick Change Hand Tool and AP Primer Pocket Swage Tool.
Features: American Gunner
* XTP (eXtreme Terminal Performance) bullets are exceptionally accurate and deliver excellent versatility and superior ballistic performance.
* Propellants are matched to each load to ensure optimal pressure, velocity, volume and consistency from lot to lot.
* High quality primers and Hornady cases combine to deliver consistent shooting in the field.
Features: Full Boar
* Hard hitting Hornady GMX bullets for deep penetration and maximum weight retention
* Monolithic, copper alloy bullets deliver controlled expansion and 95+% weight retention
* Excellent fit, feed and function in ARs and other semi-autos
* California compatible and approved for use in other areas requiring the use of non-traditional bullets
* Available in popular hunting calibers from 223 – 300 Win Mag
For more information about Hornady’s new American Gunner and Full Boar ammunition, and the full range of products currently offered by Hornady, please visit http://www.hornady.com
With chamberings in .454 Casull, .475 Linebaugh and .500 S&W, these high-powered revolvers offer...
by Personal Defense World / Oct 16, 2014