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Sellier & Bellot .308 Win HPBT 168 gr.

Sellier & Bellot .308 Win HPBT 168 gr.

Sellier & Bellot is a reputable ammunition manufacturer that produces high-quality cartridges for hunters, sport shooters, and military applications. Their .308 Winchester HPBT 168-grain bullet is a popular choice for long-range shooting, as it delivers exceptional accuracy and precision.

The HPBT (Hollow Point Boat Tail) design of the bullet ensures a high ballistic coefficient, meaning it retains velocity and energy over long distances, allowing for more accurate shots at longer ranges. The hollow point design also facilitates consistent expansion upon impact, making it an excellent choice for hunting.

The 168-grain weight of the bullet provides a good balance between accuracy and stopping power, making it suitable for a wide range of applications. It has a muzzle velocity of around 2,650 feet per second, with a muzzle energy of approximately 2,619 foot-pounds, giving it excellent long-range capabilities.

Sellier & Bellot cartridges are manufactured to strict quality standards, ensuring consistent performance and reliability. The brass casing is durable and corrosion-resistant, and the Boxer primers are easy to ignite, making it a reliable choice for shooters of all levels.

Overall, the Sellier & Bellot .308 Winchester HPBT 168-grain bullet is an excellent choice for long-range shooting, hunting, and other applications that require accuracy, precision, and stopping power.


Bullet Type HPBT (Hollow Point Boat Tail)
Bullet Weight 168 grains
Caliber .308 Winchester
Muzzle Velocity Approximately 2,650 fps
Muzzle Energy Approximately 2,619 ft-lbs
Casing Material Brass
Primer Type Boxer
Manufacturer Sellier & Bellot
Applications Long-range shooting, hunting, and other applications requiring accuracy and precision

Note that these specifications are based on information provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on factors such as the firearm used and environmental conditions. It is always important to consult with the manufacturer and follow safe firearm handling practices when using any type of ammunition.

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