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- 30 Caliber (.308)
BARNES 30(.308)165gr TTSX BULLET TIPPED-BT 50/bx
Since its introduction in 2003, Barnes’ Triple-Shock X Bullet has earned a reputation as “the perfect hunting bullet.” Now, Barnes has improved on perfection by adding a streamlined polymer tip.
The new Tipped TSX features the same 100-percent copper body with multiple rings cut into the shank. It delivers the same gnat’s-eyelash accuracy and “dead right there” performance—but with an added polymer tip that boosts BC and improves long-range ballistics. The tip and a re-engineered nose cavity provide even faster expansion.
Complete penetration, virtually 100-percent weight retention and four razor-sharp cutting petals that double bullet diameter means the new Tipped TSX creates more internal damage than any competing bullet. Instant expansion and perfect penetration ensures cleaner, quicker kills.
This is not loaded ammunition.
WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Read 4 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Barnes 165 grain TTSX
By Rich D.
on Jul 26, 2023
This is my first time using all-copper bullets in my 300 WSM for elk hunting. I'm very impressed with the velocity and accuracy the Barnes TTSX produces in my handloads and look forward to using them this fall.
Barnes 165gr. TTSX
By Chris C.
on Nov 11, 2020
I bought these bullets to compare with another ballistic tip bullet that I load and was not able to get at the time. I am verry impressed with the performance and knockdown power of this bullet. This is the first Barnes product that I have used and I'm sure I will use others after using this one.
165 grain Barnes TTSX 165 grain Barnes TTSX
By Steve S.
on Mar 08, 2019
These bullets are sledgehammers in my 300 WSM. Preparing handholds for plains game hunt in Namibia.
165 gr ttsx Elk Hunt
By Robert B.
on Nov 16, 2017
My .300 Win Mag is loaded with 165 grain Barnes TTSX at a muzzle velocity of approximately 3150 fps.
Four days ago, I harvested an elk with that bullet. The elk was at 250 yards. The bullet entered the left shoulder and exited low on the far neck. The results were as claimed by Barnes. The elk went down immediately. Note that one petal apparently broke from the bullet and traveled back into the the abdominal cavity. I believe this was due to the speed at impact with the bones of the shoulder.
All in all an excellent performance. I will use this bullet and powder combination on my next elk hunt.
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