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 Sierra BlitzKing Bullets
 
      
 
 
Sierra BlitzKing® Rifle Bullets
 
Sierra .20cal 32gr BlitzKing Projectiles NZ$59 (incl. GST)
Quantity:
Model # 1032
Bullet Type: BlitzKing
Weight: 32 grains
Diameter: .204"
Quantity: 100 Per Box
Sierra .20cal 39gr BlitzKing Projectiles NZ$59 (incl. GST)
Quantity:
Model # 1039
Bullet Type: BlitzKing
Weight: 39 grains
Diameter: .204"
Quantity: 100 Per Box
Sierra .22 Cal High Velocity 40gr BlitzKing Projectiles NZ$60 (incl. GST)
Quantity:
Model # 1440
Bullet Type: BlitzKing
Weight: 40 grains
Diameter: .224"
Quantity: 100 Per Box
Sierra .22 Cal High Velocity 50gr BlitzKing Projectiles NZ$60 (incl. GST)
Quantity:
Model # 1450
Bullet Type: BlitzKing
Weight: 50 grains
Diameter: .224"
Quantity: 100 Per Box
       
Sierra .22 Cal High Velocity 55gr BlitzKing Projectiles NZ$60 (incl. GST)
Quantity:
Model # 1455
Bullet Type: BlitzKing
Weight: 55 grains
Diameter: .224"
Quantity: 100 Per Box
Sierra .243 / 6mm Cal 55gr BlitzKing Projectiles NZ$68 (incl. GST)
Quantity:
Model # 1502
Bullet Type: BlitzKing
Weight: 55 grains
Diameter: .243"
Quantity: 100 Per Box
Sierra .243 / 6mm Cal 70gr BlitzKing Projectiles NZ$69 (incl. GST)
Quantity:
Model # 1507
Bullet Type: BlitzKing
Weight: 70 grains
Diameter: .243"
Quantity: 100 Per Box
 
     
About Sierra BlitzKing® Bullets - These bullets are designed for explosive expansion in varmints and small game and with accuracy characteristic of the MatchKing bullets. The tips of these bullets are made of a proprietary compound, and the jackets are thin for enhanced accuracy and explosive expansion. The lighter bullets in 20 & 22 calibers are designed to be fired at muzzle velocities up to 4400 fps. The lightest 6mm BlitzKing bullet can be fired at muzzle velocities up to 4000 fps .Sierra BlitzKing bullets were specifically designed to combine the well-known accuracy of the MatchKing with devastating and explosive expansion on varmints. The thin copper jackets enhance accuracy and allow for extreme expansion which is initiated by the green, polymer tip. Trust Sierra BlitzKings in your favorite varmint caliber to deliver the accuracy and terminal performance you expect. Varmint hunting places extreme demands on bullet performance. Such bullets must be exceptionally accurate to hit small targets, lightly constructed to provide explosive expansion while minimizing ricochets, and lightweight to obtain high velocities with flat trajectories. Sierra BlitzKing bullets are the standard against which other brands are measured. Sierra's strict adherence to quality standards, including a requirement for three times more dimensional and structural quality control for extreme uniformity, results in reliably consistent performance, shot after shot. Sierra Bullets are made in a wide variety of weights to suit your every need. BlitzKing Bullets have polymer tips and a jacket design that promotes rapid, explosive expansion at any range.
 
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About Sierra Bullets / Bullet Selection
     
Sierra Bullet Selection

For years shooters have associated accuracy and superior ballistic performance with one name more than any other--Sierra. On the range or in the field, Sierra bullets offer that extra margin of performance that shooters can depend on. Today Sierra offers over 160 different rifle and handgun bullets to satisfy nearly any need. No wonder shooters around the world prefer Sierra. Sierra also uses several basic shape designs for rifle bullets, although some features of different shapes may be incorporated into a single bullet. Shape and characteristic features easily distinguish each design.  The most popular are described below.

 
Hollow Point is a bullet shape used for the MatchKing bullets as well as a number of Varminter, GameKing and Pro-Hunter bullets for hunting. The Hollow Point shape has an opening in the nose, which depending on the use of the bullet, may be designed for complete fragmentation, controlled expansion, or no expansion at all (MatchKing). With the wide range of Hollow Point bullet performance capabilities, proper bullet selection for a particular use is crucial to ensure the desired performance in the field.   Spitzer is a term taken from a German word that means sharp pointed. The spitzer shape is readily identified by a characteristic long ogive point shape closing with either a small diameter exposed lead tip or with the proprietary compound tips in Sierra's BlitzKing bullets. Spitzer bullets may have either a flat base or a boat tail and have much higher ballistic coefficients compared to the traditional round nose or flat nose bullet shapes. The spitzer shape with either a flat base or a boat tail has become the "standard" for hunting bullets today.
     
Boat Tail bullets have a smaller diameter base, a shape resembling the configuration of the stern of a sailboat. This shape significantly reduces the base drag on a bullet, giving boat tail bullets a significantly higher ballistic coefficient than flat base bullets of the same weight and point shape. Thus, boat tail bullets have lower sensitivity to crosswinds, higher retained velocity downrange, flatter trajectories, and higher energy and momentum delivered to the target than their flat base counterparts.   Semi-Point is a bullet shape designed to provide heavy bullet weight within a given bullet length, and at the same time provide a ballistic coefficient higher than either the flat nose or round nose bullet shapes. The semi-point shape features a nose with a tip of exposed lead that is larger in diameter and more rounded than the spitzer shape. This shape sometimes works well in rifles having twist rates too slow to stabilize the longer spitzer or hollow point bullets of the same weight.
     
Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) bullets are easily recognized by the jacket, which covers the entire bullet forward of the base with only a small amount of exposed lead at the base. Sierra's FMJ bullets also have the boat tail configuration. When used at reduced velocities, Sierra's FMJ bullets are nonexpanding in light game, and often are an ideal choice for varmint or predator hunters wishing to minimize pelt damage. FMJ bullets also allow hand loaders to effectively duplicate 5.56 mm and 7.62 mm ball ammunition for use in military style rifles.   Roundnose bullets are a traditional design often used by hunters in areas affording shots at game only at short ranges. This bullet shape is easily recognized by a large, rounded, exposed lead tip. The large amount of exposed lead at the nose causes positive expansion of these bullets at moderate velocity levels.
     
Flatnose bullets are designed especially for rifles with tubular magazines. The large diameter meplat greatly reduces the chance of recoil-induced ignition of cartridges in the magazine when the rifle is fired. A large amount of exposed lead at the nose of these bullets causes positive expansion in game at moderate velocity levels, especially those with a Sierra Power Jacket. The Power Jacket has a series of "skives" cut into the mouth of the jacket. The skives ensure positive and controlled expansion of the bullet at moderate velocities and are used in several Sierra handgun bullets as well as flat nose rifle bullets.    


                

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