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When you're out hunting wild animals, you need your weapon and rounds of reliable ammunition to get you through. From big game found in the woods to varmints in your own backyard, make sure you're packing the right centerfire rifle ammo for your target. Made for centerfire firearms, centerfire ammo comes in a broad range of calibers and number of rounds, so be sure the box you choose is suitable for your firearm and contains enough to last through your entire hunting trip.
While stocking up on shooting gear, keep in mind that caliber isn't the only thing that sets different types of ammo apart. Look for bullet type, ballistics, knockdown power, material, and, of course, number of rounds. Crafted from durable metals, bullets come in contoured designs that fly swiftly through the air for devastating impacts, and some offer expanding technologies that boast deep penetration, which are great for big game, like bear and elk. Choose from lead round-nose bullets, wadcutters, bullets with full metal jackets (FMJ), jacketed hollow-point bullets (JHP), boat tail hollow-point bullets (BTHP) and other varieties of centerfire rifle ammo. Generally, the boxes will indicate the bullet caliber as well as the type of animal it's suited for, so it's easy to tell which rounds you'll need for your adventure at a glance.