HORNADY 25c (.257) 60gr FP BULLET FlatPt 100/BX

HORNADY 25c (.257) 60gr FP BULLET FlatPt 100/BX
Item #:HRN2510
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MPN:2510
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Product Information

Features exposed lead tips for controlled expansion and hard-hitting terminal performance.

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: 0.101

Read 18 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.9 stars

Hornady 257 dia., 60gr FP

By Gary H. on Apr 01, 2021
I shoot these out of a Ruger Hawkeye pistol. Targets are mostly bowling pins at 100 yards. Knocks em dead every time!

60 gr. .25 cal Hornady bullets

By Todd M. on Nov 16, 2020
It's the perfect bullet for a 25-20

Hornady 257 65gr FP

By Roger H. on Sep 11, 2020
Fired first group of 25-20 reloads from my Remington 25. Looks like there will several that will improve on factory loads. Will need to continue to refine the loads because sure we can do even better

25-20 bullet

By Mike H. on Nov 04, 2019
This bullet shoots well in my Winchester 92, it is more accurate than the lead bullets I have used. The jacketed bullets are good for chasing the residual lead from cast bullets out of the barrel.

A Nice Little Bullet

By James G. on Jun 17, 2019
Perfect in .25-20 cases from Starline .32-20.

Good option

By Charley K. on May 11, 2019
Got these for a Savage bolt action varmint rifle with brass from a gun show- only thing that seemed agreeable with that brass and reloading. Transaction was quick and easy as well.

One of the last available for the .256 Win Mag

By Roger M. on May 05, 2019
Since Speer stopped making the 75gr version of these, gonna give these a try...they look good

shoots straighter than I can see

By Sam B. on Mar 21, 2019
Running about a 5/8" group at 100 yards out of my 90-yr-old model 1892 Winchester. It would do better at that range if I could see better. A nice jacketed bullet for the older guns. Does perfectly well at relatively modest velocities.

Nice quality

By Mark J. on Mar 13, 2019
Purchased these for a 25-20 Marlin. If they shoot as well as the other Hornady Bullets I use they will be great.

very good bullet

By Dan S. on Mar 08, 2019
Performance has been stellar.

win 1892 25-20

By Jon S. on Nov 16, 2018
Great round for my 101year old Winchester 1892. Very flat shooting with aa1680

25-20 bullets

By Emmett D. on Oct 09, 2018
Great round Marlin 1894

hornady 60 in 25/20

By Leslie C. on Oct 03, 2018
I have not gotten the groups out of these bullets as with 85 grain lead. I am still doing load development and looking for improvement.

25/20 Bullet

By Duane P. on Aug 24, 2018
Great bullet for the 25/20.

Win "92 25-20

By Steve C. on Aug 05, 2018
I tried the Hornady 60 gr FP's in my early 1900's Mod '92 25-20. They shot very well at 50 yds and at 100 yds I put 3 shots into a group well under 1 1/2 inches.

Reloading 25-20

By David V. on Aug 02, 2018
Haven't shot these yet but they reloaded great in formed 32-20 brass from Starline

One of the only choices left for .256 Winchester

By Robert R. on Aug 01, 2018
These shoot nearly the same as the original Winchester factory bullets from waaaaaay back when to could still buy them.
Nice to keep the old iron fed!

Michael B

By Michael B. on Jun 01, 2017
These are the 2nd best jacketed 25-20 bullets - 2nd to the Speer 75gr bullet. The short length of the bullet does not add to accuracy. If you are shooting for accuracy the 75gr cast bullet is superior to either jacketed bullet - but you may have leading issues with lead bullet.
I prefer the 75gr Speer first and the 60gr Hornady 2nd. With 7gr of LilGun either will expand properly and/or knock down a 100 meter ram target - the 75gr bullet has a slight edge over this one.
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