- Metallic Reloading
- Rifle Bullets
- 22 Caliber (.222-.227)
HORNADY 22c (.224) 35gr NTX BULLET 100/BX
Hornady® NTX® bullets provide peerless performance with a non-traditional core material that combines accuracy, reliability and Hornady® quality for use in areas with restrictions on the use of traditional bullets.
Hornady® has made lead core bullets since 1949. Lead is, and always will be an excellent core material that provides density and hard-hitting energy to a vast array of bullets. However, there are regulations in some areas that restrict the use of lead in bullets.
The non-lead core of the NTX,® which is crafted from a frangible copper alloy, features a small space between it and the shaft of the hard polymer tip, just like the V-MAX.® This specially designed cavity allows the copper-colored tip and shaft to build up increased energy upon impact with the target before driving into the bullet's core with increased force, initiating near-instant expansion and explosive fragmentation.
- Premium polymer tip and streamlined design for ultra flat trajectories
- Match grade jacket design provides maximum accuracy at all ranges
- Lead-Free and California Compatible
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.
CALIBER: 22 Cal. .224"
PRODUCT LINE: NTX®
SECTIONAL DENSITY: .100
BALLISTIC COEFFICIENT: .177 (G1)
WEIGHT: 35 GR
APPLICATION: Varmint < 50 lbs
BOX COUNT: 100
ITEM #: 22240
Read 10 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.9 stars
Perfect Projectile For 5.7 x 28mm
By Joseph R.
on Sep 26, 2023
I've been looking for better projectiles other than the ones I have now. Most of them "work" but I still get problems with feeding in some of my 5.7 firearms. This bullet has proven to give me the best results while also being a very good defensive and varmint bullet especially when the velocity is above 2000fps. I still get ample penetration with an explosive outcome. I'll be purchasing more! I just wish they were less expensive. Little pricey imo.
By Richard H.
on Apr 26, 2023
These are great bullets are very fast and accurate and very easy to load and seat too thank you for what you do Richard Hand.
NTX 35 gr .224
By Tony G.
on Mar 22, 2023
Great little bullet very fur unfriendly but thats what I like in a predator round! Kills on the spot with the 22-250 and also shoots great out of the 22 Hornet.
Hornady 35 gr NTX (.224) bullets
By Bill D.
on Mar 10, 2023
Hornady NTX 35 grain 22 caliber bullets. These light bullets are hard to find locally. Very useful in 5.7x28 and 222 Remington. Graf carries a nice variety of bullets from a robust list of manufacturers. Great place to shop!
Awesome Varmint bullet
By Scott H.
on Dec 16, 2022
The Hornady NTX bullet is a great varmint bullet. Can’t wait to put them to the test this year when we go prarie dog hunting.
By Joe S.
on Sep 20, 2022
My new go to bullet for coyote hunting. Hydo shock value is amazing. Goes in and devastates internals, with no visible exit hole.
Hornady 35gr NTX
By Joel S.
on Aug 09, 2022
Since I have to shoot non lead in the ridiculous state I live in I use the 35gr NTX in several platforms. They perform extremely well in my .223 XP100, .223 Contender Pistol and my .221 Fireball rifle. All have explosive results on the vermin. Easy to load, perform great.
35 gr NTX
By Charles W.
on Aug 06, 2022
Very impressive! Had a bunch of brass, so I thought I would try to mirror Hornady 22 hornet 35 gr V-MAX. but I could not find any bullets. I gave the NTX a go and after working the load I got it to a very impressive group. The Hornady 35 V-MAX are very accurate in my guns, but guess what- cant buy them and when they come available they will be much more expensive. NTX is a win-win.
By Robert P.
on May 01, 2020
Great bullet! very accurate & explosive.
Hornady 35gr NTX (.224 dia)
By Rick M.
on Nov 05, 2018
Using a Remington 223 bolt VSSF rifle with a 12" twist. I used the Hornady reloading manual and loaded 5 rounds with each of the 4 suggested powderloads with H335 powder. The 24.6gr load performed the best with a sub 1 inch group at 100 yards BR. Going back to the range soon to see what happens at 200 yards = high hopes. Trying to come up with a round good enough to shoot squirrels in CA. Looking forward to an actual "field test" to confirm the X in NTX. Only gave it 4 stars as I have not shot at a real distance with it yet. I have no issue recommending this bullet, it performs well on paper.
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