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Hornady 260 Remington 130gr ELD-M Ammunition /20

Hornady 260 Remington 130gr ELD-M Ammunition /20
260 Remington 130gr ELD-M Ammunition /20
Manufacturer Hornady
MPN: 8553
Availability: 119
Location: Warehouse 4
MSRP: $28.99
OUR PRICE: $24.79 (Save 14 %)
Price Per Piece: $1.239
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Hornady 260 Remington 130gr ELD-M Ammunition /20

Hornady carefully selects every component to ensure uniformity, then load to exacting specifications to provide pinpoint accuracy. Each cartridge is loaded with either Hornady A-MAX bullets, our high-performance boat tail hollow points, or the new, radically superior ELD Match bullets. Stringent quality control ensures proper bullet seating, consistent charges and pressures, optimal velocity, consistent overall length and repeatable accuracy.

Specifications:
Manufacturer: Hornady
Caliber: 260 remington
Weight: 130gr
Type: ELD-M
MPN: 8553
Rounds Per Box: 20

Ballistics:
Muzzle Velocity: 2840 fps
Muzzle Energy: 2328 ft/lbs

About the Manufacturer:
"Ten bullets through one hole" was the philosophy of Joyce Hornady, the company's founder. This great idea of accuracy and perfection has continued from the first bullet made more than sixty years ago, right through today.
Like so many successful companies, Hornady Manufacturing was born out of one man's vision of a better product for his own use. Joyce Hornady was an avid shooter and needed a steady supply of good, accurate bullets. While commercially available bullets were usable, Joyce felt that better bullets could be made.
We continue to be one of the largest independent producers of bullets in the World. They sell bullets as separate components, loaded in Hornady Ammunition, and also to other ammunition companies to be loaded in their premium grade ammo. Their employees exhibit our products at trade shows and shooting matches across the country, and our product lines are represented to dealers and distributors by over 70 independent sales representatives.
Hornady Manufacturing has been the recipient of many industry awards and has also given generously within the community of Grand Island, where we make our home. Organizations supported include the United Way, the Platte River Charity Shoot, the Heartland Public Shooting Park, Hope Harbor, the Central-Plains Chapter of the American Red Cross, Stuhr Museum and the list goes on.
Hornady was the leading founder of the Hunting and Shooting Sports Heritage Fund, and they support or serve on The National Shooting Sports Foundation, Honored American Veterans Afield, the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute, The National Rifle Association, and many others. As a member of the shooting and hunting sports industry, Hornady realizes the need to give back to the sports that keep them in business and maintain our heritage..
The stature of Hornady Manufacturing Company within its industry has never been higher. Combine the best customer base with the best employees, throw in the family/management team running this business; it's hard not to be successful.

About the 260 Remington:
The .260 Remington (also known as 6.5-08 A-Square) cartridge was introduced by Remington in 1997. Many wildcat cartridges based on the .308 Winchester case had existed for years before Remington standardized this round. Although loaded to higher pressures, the ballistics of this cartridge are basically similar to the 6.5�55mm when bullet weights do not exceed 140 grains. When loaded with heavier bullets, the 6.5�55mm is capable of greater velocity.[1] Due to its shorter overall length the .260 Remington can be chambered in a shorter length action than the 6.5�55mm.
Because 6.5 mm (.264") bullets have relatively high ballistic coefficients, the .260 Remington has seen success in rifle competition including bench rest, metallic silhouette, and long range. It is capable of duplicating the trajectory of the .300 Winchester Magnum, while generating significantly lower recoil.[2] Also, converting a rifle chambered for the .308 Winchester (or any of its offspring, such as the .243 Winchester, 7mm-08 Remington, or .338 Federal) to .260 Remington generally requires little more than a simple barrel change.

Ballistic performance
Bullet mass/type Velocity Energy
120 gr (8 g) AccuTip BT 2,890 ft/s (880 m/s) 2,226 ft�lbf (3,018 J)
140 gr (9 g) Soft Point 2,750 ft/s (840 m/s) 2,351 ft�lbf (3,188 J)

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