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Hornady Superformance Ammunition 35 Whelen 200 Grain Soft Point 500 rounds

(11 customer reviews)

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Caliber: .35 Whelen

Number of Rounds: 200 Bullet Type: Soft Point (SP)

Bullet Weight: 200 grain

Application: Large Game , Medium Game

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200rds – 35 Whelen Hornady Superformance 200gr. SP Ammo Details

Want to give you rile a big boost the next time you go hunting — “super performance,” if you will? Then you ought to invest in this .35 whelen ammo cartridge from Hornady’s Superformance line of ammunition. It’s designed to add up to 200 fps to your rifle’s muzzle velocity without adding unwanted additional muzzle blast, chamber pressure, fouling, and more. The flatter trajectory and superior downrange energy you’ll receive from this round will take your hunt to the next level.

This round sports a 200 grain soft point projectile. Hornady’s long developed and methodical approach to manufacturing bullets has assured that this one has a highly concentric jacket and a evenly weighted lead core, enabling it to provide the expansion and weight retention you need to make your kill. Superformance ammo receives the best brass casings that Hornady is capable of making, which is to say the best on the market. This round’s propellant is similarly high quality, able to reliably provide its boost to muzzle velocity without making you pay the price with added recoil.

  • Manufacturer
    Hornady Ammunition
  • Condition
    New
  • Bullet Weight
  • Bullet Type
  • Use Type
    Deer Hunting, Elk Hunting
  • Casing Type
    Brass
  • Quantity
    200
  • Ammo Caliber
    35 Whelen
  • Manufacturer SKU
    81193
  • Primer Type
  • Muzzle Velocity
    2910
  • Muzzle Energy
  • UPC Barcode
    090255811933
  • Cost Per Round
    $1.63/pp
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11 reviews for Hornady Superformance Ammunition 35 Whelen 200 Grain Soft Point 500 rounds

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    jxnxb

    I USE A C.V.A.HUNTER WITH 25”BARREL I GET 3/4″GROUPS AT 100yd.AND 1 3/4 at 200yd.I USE A NIKON 3-9-50 WITH BDC RETICLE I MADE 3 KILLS LAST YEAR OVER 300yd. THE FARTHEST WAS 364yd.1SHOT 1 KILL THERE MIGHT BE BETTER AMMUNITION OUT THERE BUT FOR THE PRICE THERE IS NO BETTER I DO NOT WORK FOR HORNADY I JUST USE HORNADY PRODUCTS TRY A BOX IF YOUR RIFLE LIKE THEM GO HUNTING ALWAYS BE SAFE

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    poopgirl

    Achieved an Alaskan bull moose in this shot at 350 yards. It pierced both sides, and angled just in front the heart. It caused a lot of trauma as well as a quarter-sized exit wound. He was able to make it as short as 50 miles. I’d be a bit concerned about with breaking bone using such a round (please make sure to partition it!) However, given a flawless broadside shot, and the less impact velocity for this distance, I’m all in. I keep these as well as my 250gr partition handloads inside my ammo pouch when I hunt when I have to shoot something that is more than 300 yards, I’ll throw in an extra-strength. Please Hornady load these with premium ammunition for those who hunt for game that is bigger than whitetails!

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    akirarichelle

    The ammunition is at half MOA at 100 yards with the case of my Ruger Hawkeye. I killed a deer using the ammunition today in 175-yard range. The deer was quartering me very hard. The bullet pierced the left shoulder and was retrieved just under the hide to the left of the right rear leg. The bullet sank into the ground. The only issue I had was the jacket was buried under the hide and had no core. I would say this bullet is ideal to whitetail-sized game, as well as possibly an elk. If it were bonded , I’d consider it even more dangerous. This jacket has made it through more than 2 feet of deer. I use handloading on all my rifles, however, I don’t think it is necessary to use my 35 Whelen, as it’s as long as accuracy the ammunition remains steady.

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    jocelyncabrera1

    I use this round to take whitetail and hogs. The game rarely takes a step. This round is what a call a “HAMMER”

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    kerrikime

    I am using this ammunition for my Thompson center pro hunter for whitetails. It’s an absolute hammer ! I have put six deer in the area of twenty to forty-five miles in the last couple of years and not one of them walked off of their tracks.

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    brothertime

    It’s extremely precise and comes from my Thompson center Encore professional hunter. Recoil isn’t the most robust but is certainly easily manageable. For a factory general-purpose load, 35 whelen is the ideal amount. it’s difficult to suggest other options.

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    jocelyncabrera1

    I purchased this ammo to use with my brand new Ruger M77 Hawkeye mainly because there was a lack of brass for reloads available. After fully settling inside the barrel, I felt optimistic that I could shoot an entire 3/4″ group using this ammo at 50 yards while aiming into. After moving the target to 100 yards however, I saw the group was gone…

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    ordermc

    I am left with a battered gun called a savage after trading in the chainsaw. So I thought I’ll see if I’ll build something new and interesting. I swapped the 30-06 barrel for the 35 Whelen and added an Boyds classic stock. Then I put the action in place and then bedded as well as floated the barrel..I purchased this ammo because it was affordable to break into the barrel.After getting it to work the barrel, this ammo produced 1.25″ groups @ 100 yards off a quality rest. I knew it was a little too much for whitetail but kept the shots behind the shoulder and two nice whitetail fell in their tracks.. One at 20 yards and another at 150 yards..Massive internal damage and 1.25″ exit wounds..Ribs were smashed 3″ each on the side of the entry and the exit wounds. The lungs and the hearts were mush..A small amount of damage to the ribs, however I do not eat the ribs anyway..They could make a deer fall down as being hit by a dump truck. might be better suited for big game or bear. However, if you’re okay with the loss of ribs, these are extremely efficient.

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    ordermc

    Groups good. Need a 180gr. Loading.

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    imawesome

    This ammo is the most accurate I’ve used in my H & R handi-rifle. My 2-shot group at 251 yards was 1.4″. This ammo was more accurate than the Barnes 180gr ttsx. No misfires with the hornady ammo but I had one using the Barnes.

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    tjc3939

    I purchased a couple of boxes to test out on the Ruger 77. I thought that even the case that it didn’t shoot very well, I could still use the correct brass headstamp for reloading. The first time I went to go to the range…5 rounds at 100 yards, grouping 3/4″. It was quite impressive to me at least. I was thinking that a bigger caliber would not be able to group as well but ……it is a very good ammo! Highly recommended.

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