By Robin Scott
Monday, 23 August 2010
Ruag has a happy knack at marketing consistently accurate ammunition and these Normas – spitting Hornady bullets – are no exception.
I easily got 1.1/2in groups with the 70gr offering at 120 yards but best of all the two foxes I nailed were both killed clean as a whistle.
I've also been popping this round off in .22/250 format (50gr) and getting even tighter groups at the same distance.
And it wasn't just me - a friend tried them and promptly bought 200 after carding some impressive results.
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