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Ammo .308 Win. Hornady TAP Precision 168 Grain Polymer Tip A-Max, 2700 fps, 20 Round Box, Law Enforcement

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Hornady TAP .308 Winchester ammo with 168 grain A-Max polymer tip bullets, 2700 fps, 20 rounds per box, designed for law enforcement applications

Today's law enforcement professional must be prepared to face a greater variety of critical situations than ever before. That's why our Law Enforcement Performance Group developed TAP, a new line of police ammunition that is as street-ready as the officer who carries it.

The Law Enforcement Performance Group's mission for the TAP line of ammunition is centered on one simple belief: A law enforcement professional deserves to be armed with ammunition that has been specially designed for his or her specific tactical situation.

The result is a growing line of specialized ammunition from a legendary company that understands bullet design and ballistic physics better than anyone else in the world - Hornady.

The 168 gr. A-MAX bullet is a traditional match grade bullet with the performance advantages of a polymer tip. This match grade bullet demonstrates an increase in penetration and retained weight over the 155 grain A-MAX bullet. Barrier performance is exemplary and this load demonstrates controlled and impressive soft tissue expansion providing the ability to stop a target "right NOW".

Intended for use in a 1-10"-1-12" twist barrel.
Performs optimally in a 1-12" twist.

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"I find this Ammo extremely accurate. I shoot a Savage 10 FP Tactical/24\" barrel. The weapon shoots 3 shot groups I can cover with a dime at 100 yards. I am impressed."