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Berger Hybrid Hunter 270 Win Short Magnum

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Berger Hybrid Hunter 270 Win Short Magnum

Part # P270WSMBCH1
  • Bullet Weight: 140
$39.95
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Product Overview

Blend the profile of a low-drag match bullet with a traditional hunting projectile design and you're ready to take on almost anything that walks on four legs. Federal Premium® Berger® Hybrid Hunter bullet weights have been fine-tuned to provide exceptional accuracy through factory rifles. Ballistic coefficients exceed those of comparable designs thanks to a hybrid nose design that combines tangent and secant ogive features. The bullets are loaded with our finest nickel-plated brass, Gold Medal® primers and specially formulated propellant for the best consistency and reliability.

  • Hybrid tangent-secant ogive bullet design
  • High ballistic coefficient
  • Superior accuracy across a wide range of factory firearms
  • Lethal and reliable terminal performance on medium and big game
  • Loaded to tight specifications with Gold Medal primers, nickel-plated brass and specialized propellant

Specs

Caliber 270 Win Short Magnum
Bullet Weight 140
Bullet Style Berger Hybrid
Muzzle Velocity 3200
Ballistic Coefficient .528
Ballistic Coefficient G7 .271
Bullet Length In 1.283in. / 32.58mm
Terminal Performance Minimum Velocity 1800
Package Quantity 20
Usage Medium Game

Ballistics

Velocity in feet per second
Muzzle 100 Y 200 Y 300 Y 400 Y 500 Y
3200 3011 2830 2657 2489 2328
Energy in Foot Pounds
Muzzle 100 Y 200 Y 300 Y 400 Y 500 Y
3183 2818 2490 2194 1926 1685
Wind Drift in Inches (at 10 mph)
Muzzle 100 Y 200 Y 300 Y 400 Y 500 Y
0 0.5 2.1 4.9 8.9 14.3
Wind Drift in Inches (at 10 MPH Crosswind)
Average Range
50 Y 100 Y 200 Y 300 Y
-0.3 -2.3 -9.0
Height of bullet trajectory in inches above or below line of sight if zeroed at 100 yards. Sights 1.5 inches above bore line.
Long Range
50 Y 100 Y 200 Y 300 Y 400 Y 500 Y
0.3 1.2 -5.6 -16.0 -32.0
Height of bullet trajectory in inches above or below line of sight if zeroed at 100 yards. Sights 1.5 inches above bore line.

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