243 Winchester 55gr FB Tipped Varmageddon® Ammo (200ct)

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Regular Price: $409.00

Special Price $319.50

Quick Overview

243 Win 55 grain Flat Base Tipped Ammo (200ct)

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Varmageddon 243 Win 55 Grain FB Tipped Ammunition (200ct)

Loaded with a Varmageddon 55 Grain Tipped Bullet and Nosler Cartridge Brass

Noslers Varmageddon line of loaded ammunition and component bullets. Featuring a highly accurate polymer tip or hollow point combined with a flat base design, Varmageddon products were created for the high-volume varmint shooter who requires the utmost precision. Loaded with Nosler brass, Varmageddon ammunition provides the highest levels of performance for any varmint hunter.



Ballistics Info FAQ

1. Hollow Point

Designed for optimum flight and expansion characteristics.

2. Metallic Black Polymer Tip

Nestled in the jacket mouth is the streamlined polymer tip.

3. Ultra-Thin Jacket Mouth

Assures violent expansion at either end of the velocity scale.

4. Varmint Jacket Wall Design

The uniform, gradual thickening at the bullet's mid-section is designed to keep the Varmageddon® bullet together until impact -- at any velocity.

5. Flat Base

Bench rest accuracy out of a varmint bullet.

Varmageddon™ Bullet Informational Video

Varmageddon™ Ballistic Gel Test Video

Varmageddon™ The End Is Near Video AD

Box Qty. 200
Cartridge 243 Win
Grain 55
UPC Code No
Manufacturer Nosler
Manufacturer Part Number 65165
Bullet Type Varmageddon
Factory Type No


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Customer Reviews

  • very accurate
    Review by doc / (Posted on 6/27/2019)
    Recently bought 300 rounds and shoot it through a Savage model 10 and a Ruger RPR. Both rifles easily print dime-sized groups or less with this ammo. However, we noticed the Ruger would occasionally print a 4" or larger group, and a couple of times we couldn't even find the third hole of the group. Then my son noticed that a couple of the holes in the aberrant groups were actually smaller than 243. The Ruger has a 1 in 7.7" twist and the
    Savage 1 in 10. We concluded that the high twist rate in the Ruger was spinning the bullets fast enough to throw the jackets. What else could it be..? Anyway, I'll buy more because of the fantastic accuracy and the explosive terminal effect on prarie dogs--there's no doubt when you've scored. We sight in about 1.5" high at 100yds and this stuff is point blank on PD's out to 300yds