Sig Sauer serves up 300 Win Mag Sig HT hunting ammo

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Sig Sauer unleashes 300 Win Mag on its Sig HT hunting ammo line. (Photo: Sig Sauer)

Sig Sauer continues its expansion on its ammunition line, adding a new caliber to the Sig HT premium-grade, copper hunting ammo line in the way of 300 Win Mag.

This 165 grain 300 Win Mag hunting round delivers an all-copper bullet with consistent 1.8x diameter expansion and deep penetration, according to Sig Sauer. Sig HT cartridges use a nickel-plated shell case with flash-reduced propellant to minimize visible signature in low-light shooting scenarios.

Muzzle velocity measures right around 3,110 feet-per-second with muzzle energy at 3,543 foot-pounds. Sig says its construction makes the 300 Win Mag Sig HT round ideal for dropping medium-sized game, such as deer.

“The 300 Win Mag is such a popular caliber with hunters, we wanted to add this round to our environmentally-friendly Sig HT line,” Bud Fini, Executive Vice President of the SIG SAUER Ammunition Division and Special Projects, said in a press release.  “All Sig HT offerings feature our proprietary, high-performance all-copper bullet which is now available in 300BLK, 223 Rem, 308 Win and 300 Win Mag loadings with additional chamberings to be added in the months ahead.”

The Sig HT ammo in 300 Win Mag ships 20 rounds to a box with a MSRP of $55.

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