Although it reads like a mispronunciation of America's founding activity, Hornady's Leverevolution bullet is a projectile specially designed for performance in lever action rifles. Its polymer tip is safe to use in tubular magazines without risk of internal detonation, and its ballistic coefficient will impress even the most experienced .30-30 users. The Flex Tip Technology used in Leverevolution projectiles combines the accuracy provided by a pointed round, while delivering 40% more terminal energy than flat-nose bullets.
Hornady's .30-30 Leverevloution's projectile weighs in at 160 grains and produces 2,046 foot pounds of energy at the barrel. It travels at 2,400 feet per second, and its boxer-primed brass is safe for reuse. It comes packaged in a 20-round plastic tray wrapped in a Hornady Leverevolution branded cardstock box.
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I haven't used them for hunting, so I can't comment on their knock-down power, but they're accurate, consistent, and always go BANG! when I pull the trigger.
The ONLY downside is their cost, but then after coming up with something this good, Hornady needs to recover their development and testing cost, or we won't ever see innovative products like this again! (Posted on 10/25/2012)
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The word must be out ... it is getting hard to find at something close to affordable. I use Hornady in my old .44 Mag lever gun also and it is impressive.
I find the prices hard to beat, even at gun shows, and the delivery to the front door in 2 to 3 days for a reasonable price is alway right on. Great service. (Posted on 7/11/2012)
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