Welcome to the NEW Cheaper Than Dirt online store! Same great prices and availability, now optimized for your mobile phone!
| Next

Ammo .44 Magnum CORBON Hunter Flat Point Penetrator 300 Grain 20 Round Box 1250 fps HT44300FPPN

 
Cor-Bon
HT44300FPPN
757750429369
48827
Ships from Warehouse 4
Typically ships within 1 to 2 business days.
  • Non-returnable item. We will not accept any returns on this item.
We regret that this item is not available at this time.
Can we ship this to you?
  • DESCRIPTION
  • REVIEWS
20 Round box, .44 Remington Magnum, Cor-Bon, 305 Grain Flat Point Penetrator.
COR-BON began as a custom bullet-making company. We made bullets for hunters going to Africa to hunt the Big 5 with a handgun. COR-BON's Bonded Core Soft Points are designed to retain their weight and stay together while crushing through heavy bone and tissue in large game. COR-BON's Penetrator and Hard Cast loads are designed for very large, tough-skinned and heavy-boned animals. The Penetrator loads use a heavy, full jacket with a hard linotype core. The Hard Cast load is made from a hard linotype lead with a proven LBT nose design. These two loads cause a through-and-through hole, breaking even the heaviest bones. Our customers have taken large game such as Moose, Brown Bear and Cape Buffalo with our Hard Cast and Penetrator loads.

Non-returnable item.
Muzzle velocity: 1250 fps.
Muzzle energy: 1058 ft/lbs.
Uses: Large and Dangerous game.

20 rounds per box.

Ammo price is per box
 
Total number of Reviews: 2

Submit a review

5.0 5
"have shot these once just to see if I could tell a differance these are the hardest hitting ammo I have seen in .44"
– smoaked
5.0 5
"Undoubtedly the hottest, hardest hitting rounds I've ever fired from my Model 94 Trapper! With my rifle zeroed at 50 yards with Winchester HSP 240 grain rounds, I shot a box of these just to check point of impact compatibility. As expected, they impacted 4\" low compared to the Winchester rounds. A quick adjustment of two notches on the ramp fixed that. I could definitely feel the difference in recoil and see the difference as the rounds impacted the berm. Honestly, I was concerned that my stubby little rifle wasn't up to the task, but it came out OK. These things hit hard! I'm holding my second box in reserve for bears and other nasty critters, whatever they may be!"
– Raff