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Barnes 338 Caliber .338 250gr TSX FB Bullets /50

Barnes 338 Caliber .338 250gr TSX FB Bullets /50
Barnes 338 Caliber .338 250gr TSX FB Bullets /50
Manufacturer Barnes
MPN: 30415
Availability: 1
Location: Warehouse 4
MSRP: $42.99
OUR PRICE: $32.12 (Save 25 %)
Price Per Piece: $0.642
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Warning this product is known to the state of California to cause [cancer] [birth defects or other reproductive harm].
The Triple-Shock X-Bullet. Identifiable by rings cut into its copper body, it offers all the qualities that have made the X-Bullet a favorite of knowledgeable hunters everywhere. Like the X-Bullet, the Triple-Shock X features all-copper construction, no fragmentation, maximum weight retention and 28 percent deeper penetration than the best lead-core bullets offered. On impact, the bullet face opens to create four razor-sharp cutting edges.
The Triple-Shock X ringed bullet provides significantly greater velocities, lower pressures and less fouling, without requiring an external coating. The bullet delivers a triple impact-one when it first strikes game, another as the bullet begins opening, and a third devastating impact when the specially engineered cavity fully expands to deliver extra shock with maximum transferred energy.
Barnes' revolutionary Triple-Shock X design provides all the benefits of the time-proven XLC-coated X-Bullet. In addition to greater velocities, reduced pressures and less copper fouling, the Triple-Shock X delivers a three-punch impact that's deadly on game.

About the Manufacturer
Barnes Bullets has a long rich history.

2011 Expansion of VOR-TX line, Introduction of Match Burners and LRX lines
2010 Barnes Bullets acquired by the Freedom Group, VOR-TX Introduction
2009 Barnes relocates to Mona, Utah, Introduces M/LE line, Spit-Fire T-EZ muzzleloader bullets and the Barnes Buster line
2008 Introduction of the Tipped Triple-Shock (TTSX) line and Release BRM 4
2007 Barnes Celebrates 75 years of "Making Bullets The Way They Ought'a Be.", Introduction of Varmint Grenade and MPG lines
2006 Barnes Introduces the Maximum Range™ X Bullet® (MRX™) and the Spit-Fire TMZ™
2005 Offers Free DVD: "Choosing the Right Bullet".
2004 Introduced Spit-Fire MZ™ bullets
2003 Barnes Triple-Shock™ X Bullet® introduced!
2002 Barnes Burner Varminator Introduced
2001 BRM 3 Published
2000 Barnes Burner VLC Varmint Bullet Introduced
1999 Skip Talbot Sets New World Record
1997 XLC-Coated X Bullets introduced at SHOT show
1996 Barnes Moves!
1995 Accuracy World Record Set
1994 Barnes Introduces the Expander MZ and CR-10 Bore Cleaner
1992 BRM 1 introduced. XPB designed for the Military
1986 First Game Taken with an X Bullet
1985 Randy Brooks invents the X Bullet
1979 Barnes Solids Introduced
1974 Randy and Coni Brooks purchase the company
1939 Barnes began large scale manufacturing.
1932 Founded in 1932

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