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Roy Weatherby's personal favorite. It travels 3,870 fps (80 grain bullet), giving you the flattest t..
The Barnes TTSX bullet has received a modern polymer tip and a larger cavity to ensure better rel..
A turbo-charged version of the popular 270 Winchester. In 1945, Roy Weatherby shortened the 300 H&H ..
The 300 Weatherby Magnum had the flattest trajectory, longest range and the greatest killing power o..
Initially a wildcat cartridge developed by Roy Weatherby in 1959 at the request of the United States..
Another Weatherby wildcat, first introduced in the 1960s. This is the ultimate cartridge for long-ra..
Introduced in 1963, the 340 Weatherby was designed as a response to the 338 Winchester Mag. Ideally ..
Deep penetration and bone smashing power are the calling cards of the 378. Its massive case holds so..
Introduced in 1958 and considered to be the world's largest, most powerful shoulder-fired cartridge,..
With their extra-long boattail design, these bullets produce a high ballistic coefficiency value tha..
This pure copper jacketed bullet is progressively tapered to control expansion development throughou..
Introduced nearly 20 years before the popular 7mm Remington Magnum, the Weatherby version gives non-..