HORNADY 20c (.204) 24gr NTX BULLET 100/BX

HORNADY 20c (.204) 24gr NTX BULLET 100/BX
Item #:HRN22000
Price:$26.99
$0.27 per piece
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Quantity Limit:Only 2 HRN22000 allowed per customer. Duplicates will be canceled.
MPN:22000
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Product Information

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

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.

Technical Notes

Ballistic Coefficient: 0.212

Read 3 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

24 grain Hornady NTX bullets

By Bob J. on Jul 04, 2020
I live in California and have to use non lead bullets. I tried many other bullets, these are the best performing.
Most 204 rifles are 1x 12 twist and 32 grain are longer and won’t stabilize. The 24gr work great

Hornady 20cal 24gr NTX bullet

By William R. on Oct 17, 2019
I started looking for a lead free bullet for shooting
squirrels and coyotes. I bought all the bullets that were available on the market. I tried them all with
different powders, bullet seating depth, and even
different primers. Nothing would give me any good
groups until I tried the Hornady 20cal 24gr NTX bullet. Bingo! It shot in all my 20 cal. rifles. I have 20 VTT, 20 TAC, and 20 PPC Rifles with different twist barrels. This bullet works in all of my rifles and is not bothered by the wind like the other bullets.

Hornady 20cal 24gr NTX bullet

By Robert P. on Dec 23, 2017
I bought this bullet about 4 years ago and I use this bullet for hunting coyotes. I use benchmark Powder 27.5 grains. this is just about 0.2 grains above the starting load. It is extremely accurate going about 4150 feet per second. I does work at 300 yards, the longest shot I have taken with the bullet. every coyote I have shot has dropped. the bullet is very explosive and very accurate. The reason I stopped at 27.5 grains it was one ragged hole at 100 yards.
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