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Federal Fusion Ammunition F308FSLR1, 308 Winchester, Fusion Ammunition, 170 GR, 2000 fps, 20 Rd/bx


Hinterland Item Number: 996

Manufacturer Number: F308FSLR1

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Product Description

Fusion bullets provide combination of expansion and strength. Copper jacket is deposited and fused to the core one molecule at a time for total integrity. Tip and base are pressure formed to specifications optimizing terminal performance. Skived tip for unmatched combination of long range expansion potential and short range toughness. Fused, pre-programmed and optimized for maximum transfer of terminal energy. Advanced profile and perfect center of gravity provide superior ballistic coefficients, less drop over distance and extreme long range accuracy.

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Product Specifications

Caliber : 308 Winchester
Bullet Type : Fusion
Bullet Weight : 170 GR
Muzzle Energy : 1510 ft lbs
Muzzle Velocity : 2000 fps
Rounds/box : 20 Rounds Per Box, 10 Boxes Per Case


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Submitted By: Richard H. On 02/11/2012

These are the Low Recoil loads. Note the lower FPS rating. I used these in my .308 Browning X-bolt and they are have significantly less recoil and give very similar ballistics, recoil and wounding as the old Winchester 30-30. As such this makes a pretty good round for kids and other recoil sensitive shooters. That would give 5 stars, but there are some downsides to the ammo. First the ammo shoots about 8-10 inches lower (and about 5 inches to the right) than normal 150 grain Win .308 ammo by other manufacturers. So if you switch out to regular loads, be prepared to spend more time re-sighting in the rifle. Next downside is that the ammo does not burn clean in the two rifles that it was tested, leading to more powder fouling than I expected. Fouling is not terrible, but it is more than Hornady loads and a bit more than Cor-Lokts. I am still using this a the range to help me get my marksmanship improved. I think that I will eventually change out to regular 150 or 165 grain .308 ammo at some point, but this does a decent job for now.

Rating: [3 of 5 Stars]
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