Norma® has expanded its rimfire line-up with the introduction of its new .17 HMR V-MAX. A great round for varmint hunters and small game hunters, the Norma .17 HMR V-MAX delivers tremendous accuracy and hard-hitting performance all the way out to 200 yards.
Norma’s .17 HMR V-MAX is engineered to deliver high energy upon impact and for exceptional accuracy at rimfire distances. It features a 17gr polymer tipped V-MAX bullet designed for rapid expansion and has a screaming fast 2560 feet per second muzzle velocity. The MSRP for a 50-round box is $12.78.
“The .17 HMR has a very loyal following among hunters and target shooters alike,” said Paul Lemke, General Manager for RUAG Ammotec USA. “With outstanding accuracy and excellent energy transfer, Norma’s new .17 HMR V-MAX lives up to the reputation of this blistering fast rimfire caliber.”
Norma® has announced the introduction of a new jacketed hollow point in .22 Mag. A great option for hunting pests, varmints and small game, Norma’s new .22 Mag is designed to deliver exceptional accuracy and punishing results out of this popular rimfire caliber.
“We’re very pleased to add this impressive .22 Mag jacketed hollow point to our growing rimfire line-up,” said Paul Lemke, General Manager for RUAG Ammotec USA. “The overall depth of penetration we’re seeing during testing bodes very well for those who rely on this caliber for pest control and small game hunting.”
Featuring a jacketed hollow point design, this new .22 Mag creates optimal penetration and expansion for lethality on small game. It’s also extremely accurate out to medium ranges. The Norma .22 Mag utilizes a 40gr bullet and has a listed muzzle velocity of 1877 feet per second. The MSRP for a 50-round box is $10.30 and for a 500-round box is $99.18.
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