- Metallic Reloading
- Rifle Bullets
- 22 Caliber (.222-.227)
HORNADY 22c (.224) 60gr V-MAX BULLET 100/BX
The polymer tip of the V-Max bullet is the key to its dramatic accuracy and devastating expansion, even in long range, low-velocity situations. The tip raises the ballistic coefficient for improved velocity and flight stability, and on impact initiates bullet expansion. The copper jacket is designed to work with the tip to deliver incredible accuracy at long range, and it assists the V-Max’s dramatic expansion. The copper jacket provides the necessary bearing surface for maximum in-flight stability. The jacket is built to withstand the faster twist rates of many of today’s advanced varmint rifles. It all means the bullet will hold together until impact.
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.
Ballistic Coefficient: 0.265
Read 4 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Hornady 60 gr Vmax .224
By Bob G.
on Oct 01, 2020
I waited until I had the chance to give them some range time with different loads. They shot very well. The group that shot the best was xx grains of Varget. The CFE223 shot very well also. These were through a Tikka 223 w/1×8 twist.
60 g vmax hornady
By Scott D.
on Sep 01, 2020
bullet is super accurate in an ar a15 seekins with a 1-8 twist barrel h 4895 powder
Hornady 224 VMax 60gr
By Bruce T.
on Feb 20, 2019
Shoot these out of a lightweight AR15 I built with a Faxon 5R Gunner barrel. Gun shoots about 0.75 moa with these bullets and a load of AR Vomp I have optimizef for this rifle. Not bad for a hunting round. I give these loads a slight crimp with a Lee Factory Crimp die.
By Jeff M.
on Oct 21, 2016
Nice and accurate in my AR with 1:7 twist. Produces reasonably nice tight groups. I am still developing my load for my new AR, but so far sub 1" groups at 25 and 50 yards are not a problem using BL-C(2) powder and Winchester Small Rifle primers and heavy collet style crimp (because there is no cannelure on these bullets). Once I get the powder charge right I am confident that these will print very tight groups. I highly recommend for .223/5.56 NATO rifles with 1:9 or faster rifling.
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