Video—ARTV: Hornady Manufacturing's American Gunner Line

Since Hornady's inception, it has developed numerous handgun and rifle loads, in popular calibers, that proved to be top performers across a wide range of ballistic pursuits—target shooting, competition, hunting and self-defense. Similar to these loads were the company's time-tested bullets—the renowned XTP for handgun cartridges, and the accurate hollow points and boattail hollow points in the rifle loads. Developed in the late 80s, the XTP bullets were the first hollow points on the market that gave consistent, reliable terminal performance, thus becoming the centerpiece for Hornady's American Gunner Ammunition line. The line features proven loads, made from quality components, but offered at a price that presents a real value to shooters. Check out this video from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV where Joe Kurtenbach visits Hornady to test the American Gunner Ammunition line.



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