BERGER 22(.224) 52gr HPFB BULLET (VARMINT) 100/bx

BERGER 22(.224) 52gr HPFB BULLET (VARMINT) 100/bx
BERGER 22(.224) 52gr HPFB BULLET (VARMINT) 100/bx
BERGER 22(.224) 52gr HPFB BULLET (VARMINT) 100/bx
Item #:BG22309
Price:$37.99
$0.38 per piece
Shipping: One flat fee of $9.95 per online order.
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Availability:In Stock
Quantity Limit:Only 2 BG22309 allowed per customer. Duplicates will be canceled.
MPN:22309
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Product Information

Berger Varmint Bullets feature Match Grade quality construction and have a large hollow point that produces rapid expansion when used for varmint hunting. Each bullet is made with thin nosed J4 Precision Jackets which are renowned by competitive target shooters and custom bullet makers worldwide. Berger Varmint Bullets use a tangent ogive design making these easy to load, tune, and shoot accurately. J4 Precision Jackets have a Total Indicated Runout (TIR) of +/- .0001 and extremely tight manufacturing tolerances. Berger Varmint Bullets provide match-quality construction and accuracy, increasing your hit percentage and extending your effective lethal range.

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

  • Caliber: 22 Caliber
  • Bullet Weight: 52 Grain
  • Product Line: Varmint
  • G1 BC: 0.201
  • Minimum Twist (or faster):  1:14"
  • Ogive Style: Tangent
  • Base Style: Flat Base
  • Jacket: J4 Varmint Jacket
  • Sectional Density: 0.148
  • Bullet Dia.: 0.224
  • OAL: 0.717
  • Base to Ogive: 0.367
  • Nose Length: 0.436
  • Bearing Surface: 0.281
  • Boat Tail Length: FB

Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

very accurate

By Gary B. on Nov 24, 2020
Using these in one of my pet 22-250 loads. Savage 12 FV with a Boyds At-One stock (35 lb torque on both action bolts), a Vortex Crossfire II 6x24x50- 30 mm tube, Witt machine muzzle break. Descent $1k rig. I'm using xx grs. IMR 4166, and Winchester large rifle primers. They don't seem picky about the brass type, I'm using Hornady and PPU with the same results. Chrony's giving me a consistent 3800 fps (+/- 20 fps) and avg. 1/2"groups @100 yds. In my rifle these bullets seem to like a jump. I'm seating .040" ogive to lands. Terminal ballistics are pretty explosive on par with any Ballistic tipped bullets I've used in the past. They seem to be more stable than any of the other bullets in their weight class, given the 1 in 12" twist rate of my rifle.
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