Remington Core-Lokt Ammunition 240 Grain Soft Point 500 rounds
Trust the best-selling 444 Marlin 240 Grain Soft Point 500 rounds in stock hunting ammo of all time.
-What ammo does it use?
What bullet does a 444 Marlin use? 444 Marlin is Hornady’s 265 grain jacketed flat point, followed by Speer’s 270 grain Gold Dot, Barnes’ 275 grain offering, and then several 300 grain bullets including the Barnes’ JFP, Hornady’s XTP, and Sierra’s and Speer’s 300 grain JFPs.
-What is the shooting range?
about 200 yards
According to M. L. McPherson (editor, Cartridges of the World), “the 444 is fully capable against any species in North America” and describes its useful range as being out to about 200 yards (180 m). The typical . fired from a rifle has more impact energy at 200 yards (180 m) than a
-What rifles are chambered?
The traditional home for the . 444 Marlin cartridge is a beefed-up version of the Model 336 rifle called, appropriately enough, the Model 444. At 40.5 inches long and weighing just 7.5 pounds, the Model 444 Marlin is right at home hunting in thick cover.
NOTE FOR Remington Core-Lokt .444-Marlin Springfield
The classic “Green-box” ammunition that shooters and hunters have trusted for years. Remington makes ammunition for nearly every need. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.
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