Fox Classic Hunter .222 50gr deer legal load for 1:14” twist

StephenToast

Well-Known Member
Factory load for .222
Tested in a cheap and cheerful RWS rifle with a ropey bore.

21.4gr RS42
CCI400
PPU brass
Fox Classic Hunter tipless 50gr

Only three rounds but you get the gist

soon to be available in retailers near you
I don't know why yo keep wasting your time. The're too long... You'll never get them to stabilise!
 

badbob

Well-Known Member
Very Good.
If they are for Roe , what is their terminal performance without the tip?
Any one tried.

I'm still using 35 gr Hornady in my .222.
I will try some of the fox 50 gr tip less.
 

Heym SR20

Well-Known Member
Very Good.
If they are for Roe , what is their terminal performance without the tip?
Any one tried.

I'm still using 35 gr Hornady in my .222.
I will try some of the fox 50 gr tip less.
Pretty much the same as with the tip. The tip is just a little piece of plastic that protects the hollow point from deformation and to give a nice streamlined shape. It will also improve the BC which of course really matters once you get out 300 plus metres.
 
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