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Hornady Dangerous Game 500-416 Nitro Express 400gr DGS Ammunition /20

Hornady Dangerous Game 500-416 Nitro Express 400gr DGS Ammunition /20
Hornady Dangerous Game 500-416 Nitro Express 400gr DGS Ammunition /20
Hornady Dangerous Game 500-416 Nitro Express 400gr DGS Ammunition /20
Manufacturer Hornady
MPN: 82682
Availability: 2
Location: Warehouse 4
MSRP: $142.14
OUR PRICE: $122.78 (Save 14 %)
Price Per Piece: $6.139
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Hornady Dangerous Game 500-416 Nitro Express 400gr DGS Ammunition /20

Hornady manufactures Dangerous Game Series ammunition with only the finest components, under strict quality control measures. Our classic bullet designs are tailored to meet the needs of the serious safari hunter.

We use techniques and processes that rival hand loads, with the ultimate goal of making every cartridge accurate, deadly and dependable!

Product Features
HIGH PERFORMANCE HORNADY BULLETS
From the InterLock SP-RP bullets to the heavy-hitting DGS and DGX bullets, each Dangerous Game Series load is topped with a deadly projectile.

InterLock SP-RP Bullets
SP-RP stands for "spire point - recoil proof," and the design of this bullet eliminates the problem of tip deformation during recoil. These heavy-duty InterLock bullets combine rugged design with improved trajectory in dangerous game rifles.

DGS Bullets
The DGS non-expanding bullet is recommended for thick-skinned game such as elephant, rhino and hippo. Its tough copper clad steel jacket is designed to provide maximum penetration from all angles on thick-skinned and heavy boned dangerous game animals.

DGX Bonded Bullets
DGX Bonded bullets are built to the same profile as the corresponding DGS (Dangerous Game Solid) bullets but expand to 1½ to 2 times their bullet diameter. They feature a copper-clad steel jacket bonded to a lead core to provide limited, controlled expansion with deep penetration and high weight retention. Bonding the jacket to the core prevents separation from high-energy impact on tough material like bone, ensuring the bullet stays together for deep expansion.

POWDER
Powders are carefully matched to each load to ensure optimum pressure and velocity, and to regulate in double rifles. Some of our Dangerous Game Series loads feature Superformance propellant technology.

CASE AND PRIMER
Like all Hornady ammunition, our Dangerous Game ammunition uses the highest quality cases and primers available. Consistent components translate to consistent shooting in the field.

Applications
Large Game 300-1500 lbs
Dangerous Game

Specifications
Manufacturer: Hornady
Brand: Dangerous Game
Caliber: 500-416 Nitro Express
Weight: 400gr
Style: DGS
Muzzle Velocity: 2300 fps
Muzzle Energy: 4698 ft/lb
SD: .330
BC: .319 (G1)
Quantity: 20
MPN: 82682


About the Manufacturer
The company was founded by Joyce Hornady (1907–1981) who started in the munitions business in the early 1940s when he teamed up with Vernon Speer to make bullet jackets from spent brass rimfire cases. After World War II, Hornady began buying up surplus manufacturing equipment from the US government—such as Waterbury-Farrell transfer presses, which are still in use by the company today. In 1964, Hornady began manufacturing rifle and pistol ammunition.

"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.

The company is currently run by Joyce Hornady's son, Steve Hornady, who took over after his father's death in a plane crash on January 15, 1981. The Piper Aztec, with Hornady at the controls flying in heavy fog, crashed into Lake Pontchartrain while on final approach to New Orleans Lakefront Airport.

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