When that trophy game appears in your sights, make sure you have the right round for the job with the Norma USA.
Traditions are very different around the world. And why not? This is the kind of thing that makes other cultures so interesting. Sure enough, this is also true for hunting.
For instance, Americans often use lighter bullets and higher muzzle velocity. Average ranges are also longer. Europeans traditionally use heavier bullets and moderate velocities. They shoot at shorter ranges. This has a direct effect on the choice of bullets, Stateside and in Europe.
Bonding involves soldering together the bullet jacket and core to produce a uniform structure preventing separation or fragmentation on impact, even after striking dense bone. Oryx means good accuracy, massive mushrooming and high residual weight. This bonded design suits the all-round hunter who wishes to simplify the choice of cartridge for hunting. Oryx is available in most calibres from 222 Remington to 375 H&H Magnum. Thanks to its excellent performance, in a very few years Oryx has become the most popular of the Norma bullets.
Bullet Type: Oryx Soft Point Bonded Bullet
Bullet Weight: 165 Grains
Muzzle velocity: 3360 fps
Velocity at 100 yards: 3053 fps
Velocity at 200 yards: 2767 fps
Velocity at 300 yards: 2499 fps
Muzzle energy: 4137 ft/lbs
Energy at 100 yards: 3416 ft/lbs
Energy at 200 yards: 2806 ft/lbs
Energy at 300 yards: 2288 ft/lbs
Price is per 20 round box.