(Grand Island, Nebr.) — Hornady® congratulates Robert Brantley on his record 2.40 mile shot at the Clark’s Knob ELR Match, May 1, 2021 in Tipton, KS.
Brantley used Hornady .416 Cal. 500 gr. A-TIP® Match bullets loaded in his 416 MCS wildcat in a GA Precision rifle to make the longest impact ever shot and recorded in competition.
“A-TIP bullets have many advantages,” said Brantley. “You see splash so much better than solids and the accuracy is simply unreal! The bullet-to-bullet consistency of the A-TIP make shots like this possible.” Brantley added.
A-TIP® Match bullets feature an aluminum tip that’s precision machined and longer than polymer tips, that moves the center of gravity and enhances inflight stability, resulting in tighter groups and reduced drag variability. In addition, A-TIP bullets are sequentially packaged for the ultimate in consistent performance.
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