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Question by T. Uploaded on February 25, 2013
They are the most accurate rounds I've found for my .17 HMR. And they'll cut a squirrel in half. Pretty good for such a small round.
I used them in my 17/Hornet,22Mag,223,243,7mm/08,30/30, the Superformance Ammo Ads 200+FPS to all Calibers they load for and the most Accurate factory Ammo Ever, you get what you pay for....JMO~Hornady Ammo is worth the Extra Money!
ive shot them out of my AR chambered in .223....very accurate factory ammo, have not seen them perform on game, only paper targets.
Did you just shoot the 22-250 out of the .223 without any modifications? If so, am I crazy to think it will work on a 5,56 as well?
Sorry. I misread your statement.
I got a box of 30-06 superformace to try. Accuracy was good but chronogphed they did not do any better than other brands or my handloads. I never hunted with them as i use my handloads.
I haven't used Hornady's .22-250 ammunition, since I load my own and I'm fairly well zeroed with my loads, but I have used their .22 Hornet and .223 ammunition. I reload those as well, but an unexpected weekend opportunity caught me without ammunition loaded and ready. The ammunition for both performed very well and the brass is excellent. The fired cases were very consistent in weight when checked on a scale.
I did encounter an issue with the .22 Hornet; the diameter of the primer hole on the Hornady .22 Hornet brass was smaller than the diameter of the decapping pin on my sizing die. Overlooking that, the .22 Hornet was devastating on desert jackrabbits. I'd say it's worth a few extra dollars.
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