Factory Seconds .224 / 22 77 Grain Hollow Point Boat Tail Bullets (2,500 ct.)

(3 customer reviews)

Factory Seconds .224 / 22 77 Grain Hollow Point Boat Tail (2,500)


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Factory Seconds .224 / 22 77 Grain Hollow Point Boat Tail (2,500)

Save nearly 50% on bulk factory second bullets.  Maximize bang for your buck with Factory Seconds .224 / 22 77 grain hollow point boat tail bullets from Powder Valley. Shop budget-friendly 2,500 ct boxes today.

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Weight 5.5 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
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3 reviews for Factory Seconds .224 / 22 77 Grain Hollow Point Boat Tail Bullets (2,500 ct.)

  1. ddorr852 (verified owner)

    I ordered 2,000 of these before they went out of stock. They are excellent projectiles and for the most part are relatively consistent in weight and length. The reason why they are factory seconds is because when calibrated (or not calibrated), the swaging machine must have been causing irregularities in the meplats, so OAL is going to vary a little. Some have a meplat that’s *significantly* more open than the others, and some, though few, have a meplat that is smaller than average, so expect this and the differences in AOL that will be associated with it. They are easy to see and separate, so honestly it’s not a huge deal, especially if you’re measuring OAL from the ogive. I’ve found that an average of 2.460″ AOL is enough to give all finished cartridges room to fit into magazines if you don’t plan on seperating projectiles.

  2. ddorr852 (verified owner)

    still great, very hapy i purchased these for sure. the last review had a typo though. Definitely don’t load to 2.460″ haha i meant 2.2460″

  3. Robert W. (verified owner)

    I’ve been using these for practice bullets for a couple years. If you measure base to ogive, you will see a variance of up to .018″. The weights are all within 1/10th of a grain. To load them without separating them, this is the method I use: First, find the bullet with longest oal, and use it as your standard to set your seating die. Load the longest sample bullet to 2.260″ (if you want mag length). Then, load them. It’s basically set it and forget. I’ve shot these bullets out to 600 yards with very good accuracy. They work great for off hand and rapid sitting practice. Got a couple thousand I’m saving back in case the political climate goes south.

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