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Posted: 1/6/2014 9:40:06 AM EST
Has anyone used the Remington Hog Hammer .223 for hunting? Does it live up to it's purpose, or did I just buy two boxes of very expensive plinking rounds?

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One shot drops each. The only issue is no blood trail. So make sure you hit them properly.



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All I use is .55gr. FMJ.
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One shot drops each. The only issue is no blood trail. So make sure you hit them properly.
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Good kill bet she had a blast!
Been eye balling that .223 hog hammer as well. I've bought a few boxes for 300blk.

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is it a Remington copy of the Barnes bullet?
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They use the barnes bullet in a remington load.

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is it a Remington copy of the Barnes bullet?


They use the barnes bullet in a remington load.


Yup...Freedom group owns Barnes and Remington

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Yup...Freedom group owns Barnes and Remington

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is it a Remington copy of the Barnes bullet?


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Yup...Freedom group owns Barnes and Remington

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is it a Remington copy of the Barnes bullet?


They use the barnes bullet in a remington load.


Yup...Freedom group owns Barnes and Remington

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ok say no more.. ill pass..

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They use the barnes bullet in a remington load.


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ok say no more.. ill pass..

Not a fan of the barnes bullet?


they have some good and bad.. I hate having to use long bullets because copper weighs less than lead.
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so what would you recommend for a 62-69 grain hunting bullet?

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I've killed quite a few deer and feral hogs with .223 Rem handloads using 62gr Barnes TSX bullets. Heart/lung shots on deer and neck shots on hogs.
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I just shoot them in the head. Hasn't failed me yet.

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they have some good and bad.. I hate having to use long bullets because copper weighs less than lead.

so what would you recommend for a 62-69 grain hunting bullet?
64 grain Winchester Power Points or 65 grain Game King.
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They're actually an outstanding self-defense load in disguise. Barnes bullet, nickel coated case and flash suppressed propellent. Too bad they cost so much though
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they have some good and bad.. I hate having to use long bullets because copper weighs less than lead.

so what would you recommend for a 62-69 grain hunting bullet?


Winchester 64 grain PP

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they have some good and bad.. I hate having to use long bullets because copper weighs less than lead.

so what would you recommend for a 62-69 grain hunting bullet?


what speed? what distance? what Cal? And type of game.

If its working for you, keep using it.. I love the old Barnes X bullets in my 35 Whelen. the old ballistic tips have taken many a deer. If I was truly a dick I would say mine. And pimp the hell out of them. But what I'm building is nitch market stuff. so its apples to oranges.
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what speed? what distance? what Cal? And type of game.

If its working for you, keep using it.. I love the old Barnes X bullets in my 35 Whelen. the old ballistic tips have taken many a deer. If I was truly a dick I would say mine. And pimp the hell out of them. But what I'm building is nitch market stuff. so its apples to oranges.
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they have some good and bad.. I hate having to use long bullets because copper weighs less than lead.

so what would you recommend for a 62-69 grain hunting bullet?


what speed? what distance? what Cal? And type of game.

If its working for you, keep using it.. I love the old Barnes X bullets in my 35 Whelen. the old ballistic tips have taken many a deer. If I was truly a dick I would say mine. And pimp the hell out of them. But what I'm building is nitch market stuff. so its apples to oranges.
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they have some good and bad.. I hate having to use long bullets because copper weighs less than lead.

so what would you recommend for a 62-69 grain hunting bullet?


Winchester 64 grain PP



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Until you blow a jaw off because it turned it's head and the deer wastes to death for a couple of weeks.

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Until you blow a jaw off because it turned it's head and the deer wastes to death for a couple of weeks.

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Better than 1 in 7? Didn't realize there was a faster twist.

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Looking HARD at the 62 grain TIPPED-TSX or the 70 grain TSX. I don't think the 70 grain is available tipped. My guess is it would make it too long for a AR mag. I'm looking at these from a reloading view point and not planning on buying factory. JUST the bullets run about $30 per a box of 50.
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they'll work fine, been using the 55g ttsx for a long time
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Yep, 1:6.5" and 1:6". For stabilizing 90 grain match bullets. Single load as the OAL can be as much at 2.55" . But launching such a bullet at 2650 ft/sec means 1000 yard supersonic speed, every day all the time. Slightly less time of flight at 600 yards so slightly less wind drift. Totally useless at under 400 yards, a 77 is just as good.
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Looking HARD at the 62 grain TIPPED-TSX or the 70 grain TSX. I don't think the 70 grain is available tipped. My guess is it would make it too long for a AR mag. I'm looking at these from a reloading view point and not planning on buying factory. JUST the bullets run about $30 per a box of 50.
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thats not bad at all..
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Looking HARD at the 62 grain TIPPED-TSX or the 70 grain TSX. I don't think the 70 grain is available tipped. My guess is it would make it too long for a AR mag. I'm looking at these from a reloading view point and not planning on buying factory. JUST the bullets run about $30 per a box of 50.


thats not bad at all..


Ya, I'm shooting a 1:7 twist Spikes mid length with a 14.5 barrel. Thinking pretty hard about trying them. Not sure if I'd have several thousand laying around for SHTF but for hunting it wouldn't hurt to have a few 100 tucked away. I really like my AR and wouldn't mind trying to shoot a deer with it or a hog. There's a shop here that sells Barnes and I'm thinking every couple of weeks I may buy a box of 50 until I get a pretty good supply stocked up. Not set up yet to reload .223 but I'm working on it. Need a trimmer and other goodies. Don't have any small rifle primers, around here they run about $40/1000. So at $60 per 100 bullets and $4 per 100 primers, right off the bat I'd be looking at about .64 cents a round without figuring in brass and powder.

For SHTF and for general plinking I'd stick to 55gr FMJ and/or 62 gr SS109's. But both of them kinda suck for a hunting bullet.
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Hadn't heard about that one. The deer and hogs hit with the Hornady .450B load were DRT.
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what speed? what distance? what Cal? And type of game.

If its working for you, keep using it.. I love the old Barnes X bullets in my 35 Whelen. the old ballistic tips have taken many a deer. If I was truly a dick I would say mine. And pimp the hell out of them. But what I'm building is nitch market stuff. so its apples to oranges.
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they have some good and bad.. I hate having to use long bullets because copper weighs less than lead.

so what would you recommend for a 62-69 grain hunting bullet?


what speed? what distance? what Cal? And type of game.

If its working for you, keep using it.. I love the old Barnes X bullets in my 35 Whelen. the old ballistic tips have taken many a deer. If I was truly a dick I would say mine. And pimp the hell out of them. But what I'm building is nitch market stuff. so its apples to oranges.

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