BERGER 30(.308)168gr HPBT BULLET (VLD-TGT) 100/bx

BERGER 30(.308)168gr HPBT BULLET (VLD-TGT) 100/bx
BERGER 30(.308)168gr HPBT BULLET (VLD-TGT) 100/bx
BERGER 30(.308)168gr HPBT BULLET (VLD-TGT) 100/bx
Item #:BG30410
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Product Information

The Berger VLD Target Bullet is one of the flattest shooting bullets on the market today. Emulated by all others, the VLD Target bullet incoporates a secant ogive design which allows the bullet to experience less drag as it travels to the target. This reduced drag is why the VLD shoots flatter, experiences less wind-drift, and has a higher retained velocity than all others. A favorite load technique for the VLD’s is touching the rifling for single-shot applications, although some rifles may prefer as much as .150″ from the rifling. Berger VLD Target Bullets are extremely popular for competitive long range applications. Built with highly consistent J4 Precision Bullet jacket, most favored by custom bullet makers.

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Technical Notes

  • Caliber: 30 Caliber
  • Bullet Weight: 168 Grain
  • Product Line: VLD Target
  • G1 BC: 0.507
  • G7 BC: 0.26
  • G7 Form Factor: 0.973
  • Minimum Twist (or faster):  1:13"
  • Ogive Style: Secant (VLD)
  • Base Style: Boat Tail
  • Jacket: J4 Target Jacket
  • Sectional Density: 0.253
  • Bullet Dia.: 0.308
  • OAL: 1.251
  • Base to Ogive: 0.556
  • Nose Length: 0.75
  • Bearing Surface: 0.33
  • Boat Tail Length: 0.171

Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

Great for M1 Garand Target Loads

By Leon G. on Aug 11, 2020
After getting great results with the Berger 175 gr VLD TGT in my Swiss 7.5x55 loads, I tried the 168 gr version for my 30-06 M1 Garand. If you have a new or excellent condition bore, this bullet will make a noticeable difference. Don't look for anything great if your TE and MW are on the high side. In that case stick with a flat base bullet for a well-worn bore.
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