norma

novice

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My local gunshop is stocking Norma 75g ballistic tips in .243 at £25 a box.

Any comments as to whether that's a decent price and how it compares elsewhere? I seem to remember paying about £35 a box for the Norma 100g before I switched to federal.

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.243Ady

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Used them in my Rem 700 and my group opened up from 1/4" @ 100yrds to 1" + so sticking to rem 75 grn accutip, think I paid £21 for Norma and Accutip are about £22 at Phillip Websters.
 

Harry mac

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Personally, I think 75grn's a bit on the light side for deer. I'm getting excellent results with 95grn BT hand load.
 

.243Ady

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Personally, I think 75grn's a bit on the light side for deer. I'm getting excellent results with 95grn BT hand load.
Use Remington 75 grn accutip on Munty,Chinese and Roe drops them on the spot, and a excellent round for charlie really accurate :)
 
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White Hart

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I use Norma 75grain V-Max Hornady through my 243, get acceptable groups on paper, shot plenty of foxes (they don't like it up um!) muntjac, and roe.
 

bewsher500

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that sounds cheap
especially when you think you could get £30 for 100 once fired Norma cases

buy five boxes get another free!!
 

gatgun

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I pay 27 a box !

Very accurate through my tikka.

Hard hitting rounds that tend to grass roe instantly and excellent on fox.
 
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