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7mm Remington Magnum Cartridge:
Written by: Kim Lockhart, Copyright.
 The 7mm Remington Magnum centerfire rifle cartridge is a .28" caliber, belted, bottle neck cartridge case design. This cartridge was developed by Remington over a period of time experimenting with several cartridges by necking them down to .284" diameter the final wildcat would be the 338 Winchester Magnum necked down to .28" caliber. Remington introduced their new 7mm Remington Magnum cartridge to the public in 1962, this cartidge received great reviews by many as the bullets that could be used carried a very high ballistic profile promising a flat trajectory for long range hunting use in North American hunting of big game.

 The 7mm Remington Magnum has enough power, due in part to its large case capacity for powder, using 140 grain bullets it will drop deer at 500 yards, using 160 grain bullets it will take elk at 500 yards as well. This is truly an excellent big game cartridge for hunting all of North America's big-game animals. The 7mm Remington Magnum offers one of the best compromises of power, recoil and bullet selections of all high power class of rifles, it stands well when compared to other similar .28" caliber cartridges.

 The 7mm Remington Magnum when loaded with 139 grain bullets recoil is quite minimal and controllable when loaded with 160 grain bullets the recoil increases quite a bit, however a good recoil pad fitted to the rifle will tame the recoil before it gets to your shoulder.

[7mm Remington Magnum]


7mm Remington Magnum Rifles:
 Remington chambered the 7mm Remington Magnum cartridge in their Model 700 bolt action rifle in 1962 and it featured a 1 in 9" rifling twist. The 7mm Remington Magnum has been chambered by most major high power rifle manufacturers for quite some time and they have offered these rifles with rifling twist rates from 1 in 9" - 1 in 10".

 Because of the velocity range, quirky nature of .284 diameter bullets in that velocity range, the 7mm Remington Magnum concerning bullet performance with various rifling twist rates by various rifle manufacturers mixed performance results can be quite substantial, here is a barrel and bullet guide:
1 in 9" Twist Rate: 160 - 175 grain bullets, minimum barrel length 26 inches for maximum performance on large game such as moose and big bears.
1 in 9 1/2" Twist Rate: 140 - 160 grain bullets, minimum barrel length 24 inches for maximum performance on big game such as antelope, deer, elk and moose.
1 in 10" Twist Rate: 115 - 140 grain bullets, minimum barrel length 24 inches for maximum performance on varmints, predators, antelope, deer and elk.
Note: My personal preference for barrel length is 26 inches, my personal preference for rifling twist rate is 1 in 9 1/2 inches.

 To achieve the maximum accuracy from your 7mm Remington Magnum rifle there are several things you need to do correctly and this applies to new and used rifles.
1. Properly mount your rifle scope.
2. Properly break-in your rifle barrel.
3. Properly sight-in your rifle with this free precision sight-in target.

[7mm Remington Magnum]


7mm Remington Magnum External Ballistics For Hunting:


 External hunting ballistics pertains to bullet velocity, energy and trajectory down-range. Bullet trajectory is the flight path of the bullet relative to some known and fixed points.
Bullet Trajectory And Sighting Plane:
 1. Point blank range when sighting in a rifle is the first point at which the line of sight intersects with the bullets path in the bullets trajectory.
 2. Mid-range rise when sighting in a rifle is the highest point in the bullets trajectory between the point blank range and true zero.
 3. True zero when sighting in a rifle is the second point at which the line of sight intersects with the bullets path in the bullets trajectory.
 4. Maximum point blank range when sighting in a rifle is the height of the mid-range rise and the bullet drop beyond true zero, both are equal in measure.
correct-trajectory-sight-plane
correct-trajectory-sight-plane-scope-view

 To properly sight-in a hunting rifle a person needs to know a little bit about their scope mount height of their rifle as this affects the sight plane that intersects with the bullet's trajectory.
Rifle Sight Height to Bore Center Line:
Open Sights = 1 inch sight height.
Rifle Scope Center Line to Bore Center Line:
Standard 1 Inch Diameter Scope Tube.
Low Scope Mount And Rings = 1.5 inch sight height.
Medium Scope Mount And Rings = 1.8 inch sight height.
High Scope Mount And Rings = 2.0 inch sight height.

 Rifle barrel length is very important to bullet speed which affects bullet energy and trajectory.
20 to 26 Inch Rifle Barrel Lengths Velocity Adjustment:
Rifle Barrel Length Shorter Than 24 Inch You Subtract Velocity.
Rifle Barrel Length Longer Than 24 Inch You Add Velocity.
2,500 to 3,000 feet per second advertised velocity, adjust at 20 feet per second per inch from standard of 24 inch rifle barrel.
3,000 to 3,500 feet per second advertised velocity, adjust at 30 feet per second per inch from standard of 24 inch rifle barrel.
3,500 to 4,000 feet per second advertised velocity, adjust at 40 feet per second per inch from standard of 24 inch rifle barrel.

 The bullet ballistic coefficient, higher B.C.s mean flatter trajectories and higher retained energy down-range on target. A ballistic coefficient is the measure of a bullet's relative ability to overcome air resistance. Each bullet is assigned a numerical value expressing this efficiency. Ballistic coefficient calculations combine both shape and sectional density factors.

 Before the bullet is down-range and on target, you have to know whether the bullet will have enough energy retention to cleanly harvest the animal. A bullet's kinetic energy is measured in foot pounds, and this is a proxy for what's generally termed stopping-power. The higher a bullet's energy at the point of impact, the greater its stopping-power.

 Just as important is the size of target that the game animal that your hunting presents to you, typically standing broadside, exposing heart and lung area.

 Below are several ballistic and sight-in charts for 7mm Rem. Mag. ammunition that categorize this ammunition to its practical use on various game animals for hunting at various distances.

[7mm Remington Magnum]


7mm Remington Magnum And Moose Size Game Hunting:
Moose Size Animals Include: Grizzly Bear, Brown Bear And Moose. These animals are quite large and offer about an eight inch target zone, for a correct rifle sight-in, a four inch mid-range is required for minimum bullet trajectory effect.
For this size animal, I prefer 2,000 foot pounds of bullet energy.
 The 7mm Remington Magnum cartridge is more than capable of taking out moose and big bears at fairly long distances when the right bullet weight and loading is correctly chosen for such animals.
 A heavier, very high ballistic coeffecient bullet is in order here to stretch out range with plenty of down range energy left to get the job done. One of the best loadings I have seen for this purpose is the new Hornady 162 Grain SST Superformance 7mm Remington Magnum loading, as it delivers more than a ton of bullet energy at 400 yards down-range. That is more than enough bullet energy for moose and bears at 400 yards.
500 Yard Ballistics Table For The 7mm Remington Magnum:
Ammuntion: Hornady 7mm Remington Magnum Superformace.
Bullet Diameter: .284 Inch.
Bullet Weight: 162 Grains.
Bullet Ballistic Coeffecient: .550.
Rifle Barrel Length: 24 Inches.
Rifle scope is mounted 1.8 inches above bore center-line.
Rifle bullet trajectory is set at 4 inch mid-range rise.
Rifle true zero is 292 Yards.
Maximum point blank range is 335 yards.
Note: (FPS. = Feet Per Second.) (IN. = Inches.) (FT. LBS. = Foot Pounds.)
Range
Muzzle
100 yds.
200 yds.
300 yds.
400 yds.
500 yds.
Bullet Velocity / FPS.:
3,030
2,856
2,689
2,527
2,372
2,222
Bullet Trajectory / IN.:
- 1.8"
+ 3.1"
+ 3.7"
- 0.5"
- 10.2"
- 26.0"
Bullet Energy / FT. LBS.:
3,302
2,933
2,600
2,298
2,023
1,775
Moose Size Animals:
+
+
+
+
+
-
Rifle Recoil Table For The 7mm Remington Magnum:
Ammuntion: Hornady 7mm Remington Magnum Superformace.
Note: (FPS. = Feet Per Second.) (IN. = Inches.) (FT. LBS. = Foot Pounds.)
Bullet
Weight
Bullet
Velocity
Rifle
Weight
Recoil
Energy
162 Grains
3,030 FPS.
9.0 Pounds
23.4 FT.LBS.


[7mm Remington Magnum]


7mm Remington Magnum And Elk Size Game Hunting:
Elk Size Animals Include: Caribou, Black Bear, Sheep And Elk. These animals can be quite large and offer about an six inch target zone, for a correct rifle sight-in, a three inch mid-range is required for minimum bullet trajectory effect.
For this size animal, I prefer 1,800 foot pounds of bullet energy.
 The 7mm Remington Magnum chambering is an excellent cartridge for elk hunting. The 7mm Rem. Mag. is good for elk depending on the ammunition you choose. From 0 - 300 yards the Remington 150 grain core-lokt loading is more than enough to get the job done on any size elk effectively. All the way out to 500 yards on a windy day the 162 grain SST Hornady loading in the 7mm Rem. Mag. will work as well. For the best compromise of power, recoil and distance the 7mm Remington Magnum 154 grain SST Superformance loading by Hornady is a real good choice as best overall elk performer in the powerful, light recoiling 7mm Remington Magnum.
500 Yard Ballistics Table For The 7mm Remington Magnum, 154 Grain Bullet:
Ammuntion: Hornady 7mm Remington Magnum Superformace.
Bullet Diameter: .284 Inch.
Bullet Weight: 154 Grains.
Bullet Ballistic Coeffecient: .525.
Rifle Barrel Length: 24 Inches.
Rifle scope is mounted 1.8 inches above bore center-line.
Rifle bullet trajectory is set at 3 inch mid-range rise.
Rifle true zero is 267 Yards.
Maximum point blank range is 312 yards.
Note: (FPS. = Feet Per Second.) (IN. = Inches.) (FT. LBS. = Foot Pounds.)
Range
Muzzle
100 yds.
200 yds.
300 yds.
400 yds.
500 yds.
Bullet Velocity / FPS.:
3,100
2,915
2,737
2,567
2,403
2,244
Bullet Trajectory / IN.:
- 1.8"
+ 2.4"
+ 2.5"
- 2.0"
- 11.9"
- 27.8"
Bullet Energy / FT. LBS.:
3,286
2,905
2,562
2,253
1,974
1,722
Elk Size Animals:
+
+
+
+
+
+
Rifle Recoil Table For The 7mm Remington Magnum:
Ammuntion: Hornady 7mm Remington Magnum Superformace.
Note: (FPS. = Feet Per Second.) (IN. = Inches.) (FT. LBS. = Foot Pounds.)
Bullet
Weight
Bullet
Velocity
Rifle
Weight
Recoil
Energy
154 Grains
3,100 FPS.
9.0 Pounds
22.5 FT.LBS.


[7mm Remington Magnum]


7mm Remington Magnum And Deer Size Game Hunting:
Deer Size Animals Include: Antelope, Blacktail Deer, Hogs, Javelina, Mule Deer And Whitetail Deer. These animals can be somewhat small at times and offer about an four inch target zone, for a correct rifle sight-in, a two inch mid-range is required for minimum bullet trajectory effect.
For this size animal, I prefer 1,200 foot pounds of bullet energy.
 The 7mm Remington Magnum is a really good choice for long range deer and antelope hunting, however the 7mm Rem. Mag. can recoil fairly well using top velocity loads, Remington now makes managed recoil loads for the 7mm Rem. Mag. that tame the recoil for the recoil sensitive hunter or the hunter that knows most of his or her shots will be up close.
 Remingtons 7mm Rem. Mag. managed-recoil centerfire ammunition delivers deer hunting performance out to 300 yards with half the recoil as they use a specialized new bullet that provides 2x expansion with over 75% weight retention.
 As you might imagine the Remington ammunition for the 7mm Rem. Mag. recoils considerably less than the standard loading, so lets look at the ballistics of what the 7mm Rem. Mag. cartridge is truly capable of when bullet and powders that are very specialized for distance and power are used.
500 Yard Ballistics Table For The 7mm Remington Magnum:
Ammuntion: Hornady 7mm Remington Magnum Superformace.
Bullet Diameter: .284 Inch.
Bullet Weight: 139 Grains.
Bullet Ballistic Coeffecient: .486.
Rifle Barrel Length: 24 Inches.
Rifle scope is mounted 1.8 inches above bore center-line.
Rifle bullet trajectory is set at 2 inch mid-range rise.
Rifle true zero is 240 Yards.
Maximum point blank range is 290 yards.
Note: (FPS. = Feet Per Second.) (IN. = Inches.) (FT. LBS. = Foot Pounds.)
Range
Muzzle
100 yds.
200 yds.
300 yds.
400 yds.
500 yds.
Bullet Velocity / FPS.:
3,240
3,033
2,837
2,649
2,469
2,295
Bullet Trajectory / IN.:
- 1.8"
+ 1.7"
+ 1.3"
- 3.3"
- 13.0"
- 28.3"
Bullet Energy / FT. LBS.:
3,239
2,840
2,484
2,166
1,881
1,626
Deer Size Animals:
+
+
+
+
+
+
Rifle Recoil Table For The 7mm Remington Magnum:
Ammuntion: Hornady 7mm Remington Magnum Superformace.
Note: (FPS. = Feet Per Second.) (IN. = Inches.) (FT. LBS. = Foot Pounds.)
Bullet
Weight
Bullet
Velocity
Rifle
Weight
Recoil
Energy
139 Grains
3,240 FPS.
9.0 Pounds
20.9 FT.LBS.
 As you can see in the above ballistics charts the light recoiling 7mm Remington Magnum cartridge is more than capable of supplying plenty of energy with a very flat trajectory well beyond a 1/4 of a mile or (440 Yards) when used for deer and antelope hunting.


[7mm Remington Magnum]


7mm Remington Magnum Reloading:

7mm Remington Magnum Reloading Specifications:
Bullet Diameter = .284".
Maximum Case Length = 2.500".
Trimmed Case Length = 2.490".
Primer Size = Large Rifle.
Maximum Cartridge Overall Length = 3.290".


Beginners Guide To Reloading:
Equipment
How To
Recoil.
Accuracy Guide To Reloading:
Brass
Primers
Powder
Bullets
Load Testing
Run-Out.

Load Data:
 For the Antelope, Hog, Blacktail, Whitetail or Mule Deer hunter hand-loading or reloading his or her own 7mm Remington Magnum ammunition, Western Powders, Accurate Magpro rifle powder does an impressive job of launching 139 grain .284" diameter bullets at high velocity. Accurates online reloading data shows that a 139 grain .284" diameter Hornady BTSP bullet using 68.3 grains of Accurate Magpro powder can be driven to a velocity of 2,921 feet per second loaded at a maximum cartridge overall length of 3.230" in the 7mm Remington Magnum. This load tops out with the 139 grain bullet at 3,207 feet per second at a chamber pressure of 60,689 PSI.

 For the 139 grain bullet reload if you sighted your 7mm Remington Magnum hunting rifle in dead on at 235 yards it would only be 2 inches high at 150 yards and only 3.9 inches low at 300 yards which would be an excellent Antelope, Hog, Blacktail, Whitetail or Mule Deer load for the 7mm Remington Magnum.

7mm Remington Magnum Load Data:
Test Powder Used = Accurate Magpro.
Test Bullet Used = Hornady / Type = Boat-Tail Spire Point / Diameter = .284".
Test Primer Used = Winchester WLRM.
Test Case Used = Winchester.
Test Case Trimmed Length = 2.490".
Loaded Cartridge Overall Length = 3.230".
Test Barrel Length = 24".
Test Barrel Twist Rate = 1 in 9".
Hornady
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Hornady
Bullet
Sectional
Density
Hornady
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Powder
Start
Load
Grains
Start
Load
Velocity
Fps.
Powder
Maximum
Load
Grains
Maximum
Load
Velocity
Fps.
Maximum
Load
Pressure
P.S.I.
139 .246 .453 68.3 2,921 75.8 3,207 60,689
Short Range Ballistics Chart For Above Load:
Recommended
Cartridge
Usage:
Bullet
Weight
Grains
Bullet
Ballistic
Coefficient
Muzzle
Velocity
Fps.
Muzzle
Energy
Ft. Lbs.
Rifle
Zero
100 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
200 Yds.
Bullet
Drop
250 Yds.
Big Game 139 .453 3,207 3,174 0 - 2.4" - 5.3"
Long Range Ballistics Chart For Above Load:
Range: 100 yds. 200 yds. 300 yds. 400 yds. 500 yds. 600 yds. 700 yds.
Velocity Fps. 2,988 2,779 2,580 2,390 2,208 2,033 1,867
Energy Ft.Lbs. 2,755 2,384 2,055 1,763 1,504 1,276 1,076
Trajectory: + 1.2" 0 - 5.7" - 16.7" - 33.7" - 57.9" - 90.6"
Maximum Effective Range For Thin Skinned Big Game: 650 Yards.

Online Reloading Data References:
Hodgdon Reloading Data Center: The reloading data information displayed on this site, including ballistic data, was derived from tightly controlled laboratory conditions, by ballisticians and expert handloaders. Lists pressure test results as well. Data for Hodgdon Rifle Powder, IMR Rifle Powder & Winchester Rifle Powder.

Accurate Reloading Data Center: The reloading data information displayed on this site, including ballistic data, was derived from tightly controlled laboratory conditions, by ballisticians and expert handloaders. Lists pressure test results as well. Accurate is an exclusive brand of Western Powders Incorporated.

Ramshot Reloading Data Center: The reloading data information displayed on this site, including ballistic data, was derived from tightly controlled laboratory conditions, by ballisticians and expert handloaders. Lists pressure test results as well. Ramshot is an exclusive brand of Western Powders Incorporated.


[7mm Remington Magnum]


7mm Remington Magnum At 1,000 Yards:
 The 7mm Remington Magnum is more than capable of 1,000 yard target shooting with proper handload and bullet selection. Hornady .284" diameter 162 grain A-Max bullets are very accurate for long distance shooting. Hornady AMP (Advanced Manufacturing Process) jackets have virtually zero tolerance for concentricity and near zero wall thickness variation. In the 7mm Remington Magnum it is not uncommon for good quality hunting rifles to shoot these bullets into groups well under an inch at 300 yards. My personal favorite powder to use is IMR 4831 and I prefer Remington primers loaded into Remington 7mm Remington Magnum brass cartridge cases. For maximum accuracy potential always start loading at suggested starting load in a good reloading manual and work your way up.
1,000 Yard Ballistics Table For The 7mm Remington Magnum, 162 Grain Handload:
Bullet: Hornady A-Max.
Bullet Diameter: .284 Inch.
Bullet Weight: 162 Grains.
Bullet Ballistic Coeffecient: .625.
Bullet Sectional Density: .287.
Rifle Powder: IMR 4831.
Cartridge Case: Remington.
Rifle Primer: Remington 9 1/2 M.
Rifle Barrel Length: 26 Inches.
Rifle scope is mounted 1.8 inches above bore center-line.
Rifle true zero is 100 Yards.
Note: (FPS. = Feet Per Second.) (IN. = Inches.) (FT. LBS. = Foot Pounds.)
Target
Range
Bullet
Velocity
Bullet
Energy
Bullet
Trajectory
5 MPH.
Wind Drift
10 MPH.
Wind Drift
Muzzle
3,000 FPS.
3,237 FT.LBS.
- 1.8 IN.
0 IN.
0 IN.
100 Yards
2,847 FPS.
2,916 FT.LBS.
0
0.2 IN.
0.5 IN.
200 Yards
2,700 FPS.
2,622 FT.LBS.
- 2.5 IN.
1.0 IN.
1.9 IN.
300 Yards
2,558 FPS.
2,353 FT.LBS.
- 9.8 IN.
2.2 IN.
4.4 IN.
400 Yards
2,420 FPS.
2,106 FT.LBS.
- 22.4 IN.
4.0 IN.
8.1 IN.
500 Yards
2,286 FPS.
1,879 FT.LBS.
- 40.9 IN.
6.5 IN.
12.9 IN.
600 Yards
2,156 FPS.
1,672 FT.LBS.
- 66.1 IN.
9.6 IN.
19.1 IN.
700 Yards
2,030 FPS.
1,483 FT.LBS.
- 98.8 IN.
13.4 IN.
26.7 IN.
800 Yards
1,909 FPS.
1,311 FT.LBS.
-139.9 IN.
13.4 IN.
36.0 IN.
900 Yards
1,793 FPS.
1,157 FT.LBS.
- 190.6 IN.
23.5 IN.
46.9 IN.
1,000 Yards
1,682 FPS.
1,018 FT.LBS.
- 252.1 IN.
29.9 IN.
59.7 IN.


[7mm Remington Magnum]


Hornady, 7mm Remington Magnum Ammunition Ballistics:
7mm Rem. Mag., 139 Grain GMX Bullet,
3,190 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,140 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 139 Grain Boat Tail Spire Point Bullet,
3,150 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,062 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 139 Grain SST Bullet,
3,240 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,239 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 154 Grain Interbond Bullet,
3,100 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,286 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 154 Grain Interlock Bullet,
3,035 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,149 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 154 Grain SST Bullet,
3,035 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,149 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 154 Grain SST Bullet,
3,100 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,286 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 162 Grain Boat Tail Spire Point Bullet,
2,940 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,109 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 162 Grain SST Bullet,
3,030 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,302 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.


[7mm Remington Magnum]


Remington, 7mm Remington Magnum Ammunition Ballistics:
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Core-Lokt UltraBonded Bullet,
3,175 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,133 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point Bullet,
3,175 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,133 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point Bullet,
2,710 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 2,283 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Copper Solid Tipped Bullet,
3,175 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,133 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Swift Scirocco Bonded Bullet,
3,110 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,221 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain AccuTip Boat Tail Bullet,
3,175 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,133 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain AccuTip Boat Tail Bullet,
3,110 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,221 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point Bullet,
3,110 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,221 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 150 Grain Core-Lokt UltraBonded Bullet,
2,950 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,091 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 150 Grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point Bullet,
2,860 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,178 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 150 Grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point Bullet,
3,110 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,221 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.


[7mm Remington Magnum]


Winchester, 7mm Remington Magnum Ammunition Ballistics:
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Ballistic Silvertip Bullet,
3,100 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,008 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Ballistic Silvertip Bullet,
3,180 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,143 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 140 Grain Power Core Bullet,
3,100 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 2,987 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 150 Grain Ballistic Silvertip Bullet,
3,100 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,200 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 150 Grain E-Tip Bullet,
3,100 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,200 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 150 Grain Powermax Bonded Bullet,
3,090 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,180 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 150 Grain Power Point Bullet,
3,090 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,180 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 160 Grain Accubond CT Bullet,
3,143 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,091 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 160 Grain XP3 Bullet,
3,143 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,091 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.
7mm Rem. Mag., 175 Grain Power Point Bullet,
2,860 Feet Per Second Muzzle Velocity, 3,178 Foot Pounds Muzzle Energy.


[7mm Remington Magnum]