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Cartridge 300 Savage
Grain Weight 150 Grains
Quantity 500 Round
Muzzle Velocity 2630 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy 2303 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style Jacketed Soft Point

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Product Info for Remington Core-Lokt 300 savage ammo 150 Grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point (PSP) Brass Cased Centerfire Rifle Ammunition

300 Savage ammo Gear up for large game hunting with Remington Core-Lokt.  Hunters have relied upon Big Green’s Core-Lokt ammunition since it was introduced in 1939. It has since been used to bag big game animals on more continents than any other load. The Core-Lokt design was one of the first, if not the first, to use a controlled expansion bullet, which means the projectile will deliver two-times the expansion, retain most of its weight, and deliver a deeper penetration.image

The 300 savage ammo features a tapered copper jacket that’s locked to a solid lead core. On paper, the 150-grain soft-point bullet has a muzzle velocity of 2,630 feet-per-second and will deliver 2,304 foot-pounds of energy. At 500 yards, velocity only drops to 1,433 fps with 684 ft-lbs of energy. Remington Shooting and Hunting Accessories recommends the Rifle Ammo for hunting deer, elk, and hogs. A single box of Remington Core-Lokt .300 Savage 150-grain ammo contains 20 rounds. Pick up a box today!

Brief history On .300 savage ammo

When the firearms manufacturer Savage Arms came out with the 300 Savage in 1921, they did so with the intention of developing a more potent cartridge for their Savage Model 99 lever-action rifle. Prior to it, the one-of-a-kind hunting rifle had a chamber that was designed for the less powerful.303 Savage cartridge. When comparison, 300 Savage ammunition employs a bullet with the same diameter (.308 inches), but the case is significantly shorter.

Three decades later, Winchester adopted the design of the 300 as the foundation for the development of the.308 Winchester, which went on to become one of the most widely used rifle rounds in history. Despite this, the 300 Savage is widely acknowledged in modern times as being among the very best cartridges designed specifically for deer hunting. picture

The 300 Savage cartridge almost always comes factory loaded with bullets weighing between 150 and 180 grains, depending on the specific manufacturer. The Winchester 300 Savage, which is one of the more well-liked options, can be purchased with a bullet that weighs 150 grains. On paper, it is stated to have a muzzle velocity of 2,630 feet per second and 2,303 foot-pounds of energy. This information is taken from the firearm’s manufacturer. The velocity of a 300 Savage round only reduces to 1,372 feet per second when it is fired at a distance of 500 yards.

In preparation for the upcoming season of deer hunting, stock up on 300 Savage ammunition. At Ammunition Array, we stock ammunition produced by the industry’s most reputable brands.

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Specifications for Remington Core-Lokt  300 Savage Ammo 150 Grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point (PSP) Brass Cased Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:

Manufacturer: Remington
Cartridge: .300 Savage
Bullet Type: Jacketed Soft Point (JSP)
Bullet Weight: 150 grain
Cartridge Case Material: Brass
Muzzle Velocity: 2630 ft/s
Muzzle Energy: 2303 ft-lbs
Application: Large Game
Package Type: Box
Primer Style: Centerfire
G1 Ballistic Coefficient: 0.314
Lead Free: No

Features of Remington Core-Lokt Ammo:

  • Controlled expansion bullet. The tapered copper jacket is locked to a solid lead core and delivers massive 2X expansion, weight retention and consistent on-game results.

Package Contents:

  • Remington Core-Lokt .300 Savage 150 Grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point (PSP) Brass Cased Centerfire Rifle Ammunition

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