With a ton of interest in the medium caliber ammunition category from US Government and Law Enforcement, Gorilla Ammunition has developed, tested, and released a high quality, insanely accurate 260 Remington load. 260 Remington is a flat shooting and highly efficient cartridge for long range engagements. With a flatter trajectory than 308 Winchester, the 260 Remington is a great choice for DMR competition shooters or any long range shooting discipline. Gorilla Ammunition utilizes only the highest quality components to manufacture top quality match grade loads and this offering chambered in 260 Remington with the Berger bullet is no exception. Factory new Match cases, match grade primers and top quality projectiles make this load a go to choice for competition or small game hunting.
Component selection is only the start to top quality ammunition, the Gorilla Ammunition manufacturing process ensures consistency by pairing proprietary high end linear loading equipment with state-of-the-art inspection equipment. This inspection equipment utilizes lasers and high speed photography equipment to ensure only ammunition that meets rigorous specifications makes it into the box. Berger's tactical bullet line was made specifically for military, law enforcement and tactical competition shooters. The OTM bullet remains stable at subsonic velocities. This bullet is designed to be loaded to the recommend OAL to allow for reliable magazine feeding while having the greatest BC possible. The Hybrid Ogive combines the best of both worlds combining a tangent and secant ogive that when coupled with a boat tail design reduces drag and gives the bullet a more aerodynamic profile helping to achieve a higher ballistic coefficient, flatter trajectory and less wind drift. These bullets are made with thicker jackets, allowing them to perform reliably under the most abusive conditions found in tactical competition, real world tactical situations and combat. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.