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SIERRA 9390 .22 80gr HPBT MatchKing 500

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Designed for Service Rifle competition in the M16A2/AR-15A2, our 22 caliber bullets have set an incredible number of new national records. With the introduction of the 80 grain #9390, the M16 family of rifles really became a force to be reckoned with in National Match competition. Because of its extreme length, the 80 grain MatchKing requires a twist rate not slower than 1x8 inches. However, it must be seated to an OAL that requires single loading in the M16/AR-15 series.

Sierra 9390 .22 80gr HPBT MatchKing 500

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  • Designed for Service Rifle competition in the M16A2/AR-15A2, our 22 caliber bullets have set an incredible number of new national records. With the introduction of the 80 grain #9390, the M16 family of rifles really became a force to be reckoned with in National Match competition. Because of its extreme length, the 80 grain MatchKing requires a twist rate not slower than 1x8 inches. However, it must be seated to an OAL that requires single loading in the M16/AR-15 series.

    Although they are recognized around the world for record-setting accuracy, MatchKing bullets are not recommended for hunting. Widely favored for their extreme accuracy, these bullets have been used for short-range varminting. Having heavier jackets, they will not provide the explosive expansion of the lightly jacketed Hornet or Blitz bullets at equivalent velocities in small varmints. If used for varmint shooting, ranges should be kept short to ensure precise shot placement.

    Please Note!! This bullet requires a 1x7" to 1x8" twist barrel.

    Specifications:

    • Diameter: .224 inches
    • Weight: 80 grains
    • Sectional: .228 density
    • Ballistic Coefficients and Velocity Ranges:
        • .420 @ 2200 fps and above
        • .400 between 2200 and 1800 fps
        • .393 @ 1800 fps and below
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