Product Info for Hornady Vintage Match .30-06 Springfield 168 Grain Extremely Low Drag Match M1 Garand Centerfire Rifle Ammunition
Vintage Match? ammunition is built to replicate the original military performance specifications unique to wartime rifles. With the advent of the CMP Vintage Rifle and Vintage Sniper Matches Vintage Match? ammunition was developed with the match shooter in mind and is meant to provide superior quality off-the-shelf ammunition for the shooter who is looking for a match grade alternative to surplus or hand-loaded ammunition. Vintage Match? offers exceptional accuracy for classic service rifles such as the Mauser Lee-Enfield Mosin-Nagant Swedish Mauser or any other rifles chambered in 6.5X55 303 British 7.62X54R 8X57 JS and M1 Garand.
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Specifications for Hornady Vintage Match .30-06 Springfield 168 Grain Extremely Low Drag Match M1 Garand Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:
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Features of Hornady Vintage Match .30-06 Springfield 168 Grain Extremely Low Drag Match M1 Garand Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:
Hornady Match Bullets: Hornady Vintage 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 Vintage Match ammunition features superior lot-to-lot consistency. From the bullet seating to the optimal charges and velocities, Hornady Vintage Match ammunition is designed to live up to company founder, J.W. Hornady’s original goal: “Ten bullets through one hole.”