The versatile loads of Hornady Black ammo are designed to work perfectly in America’s most popular firearms. Hornady BLACK®ammunition is loaded with bullets made famous by the company, and it is made to fit, feed, and perform in a wide range of firearms.
There are a variety of draws to calibers among shooters. As is often the case, law enforcement prompted the development of the.40 S&W cartridge.
Private gun owners’ desire for novelty led to the development of innovations like the.17 HMR. In other cases, like with the.450 Bushmaster, legislation influences the development or widespread adoption of a cartridge.
You can use the.450 Bushmaster, a cartridge with a straight wall, to hunt a wide variety of game animals, such as deer, elk, hogs, and even some bears. In addition, the state does not ban the caliber like they do traditional bottleneck cartridges.
Marine Corps veteran of World War II and the Korean War and later ballistics expert and firearms instructor Jeff Cooper left behind the.450 Bushmaster as part of his legacy. He developed many guidelines for the safe and effective use of handguns, and he established the American Hornady Black Institute. Cooper made many significant contributions, including the concept of the “thumper” round. In order to deal with large game animals, shooters use thumper rounds in semi-automatic rifles, which provide more power (but not necessarily speed).