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Reviews and comments written for the Speer TNT bullet.
 
90 gr. TNT's from my 270 model 70 Winchester with 24" barrel are great on prairie dogs. Accurate, cheap and easy to reload. As stated by others, the results are amazing. One dog that was 96 paces away from where I shot was completely gutted. The chrony shows 3440 fps when loaded with 53.5 gr of 4064 and CCI 200. This gun prints about 7/8 inch groups consistently at 100 yards.
Submitted by: Roger
Date: 12/26/2008
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I shoot the 70 Speer TNT out of my Remington Model 7 in .243. It is very accurate with 40.0 Varget and a CCI BR-2 benchrest primer, often going sub-MOA at 100 yards from an unmodified rifle. It is extremely explosive on big fat marmots (mountain rockchucks, like an eastern woodchuck). The devastation has to be seen to be believed; you would think the varmint had swallowed a hand grenade, even on ones that must have weighed close to 15 pounds before being hit. Inexpensive, accurate, and makes small mushroom clouds - what more could you ask?
Submitted by: Colorado Pete
Date: 10/3/2005
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I shoot the 50grain TNT through my Remington 700 VSSF .223. It is loaded in front of 27.5 grains of BL-(c)2 in a Lake City case using CCI primers. I have fired groups in the .2s with this load. I have not chronigraphed the load, but I have walked ground squirrel kills over 330 paces in the field. I am 6'4" so my stride is about a yard. I am very impressed with this bullet. I have shot all the other poly tip bullets too. The don't do anything this bullet cant do just as well from my .223 and they are nearly half the price. Give them a try if you havnen't yet. You will be presently suprised. I also shoot these in my .243's. I have yet to kill with them though. I will write more here when I do.
Submitted by: Robert
Date: 1/23/2005
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I use the 33 grain bullet over 13 grains of winchester 296 and cci small pistol primer in a winchester brass for my 22 hornet.this combonation has given me .25 groups at a 100yrds,superb terminal performance on a wide variety of varmits.It is a really tough call on which is better this bullet or the 35 grain V-max.
Submitted by: fox on the run
Date: 12/1/2004
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Forgot to mention that my former review of the TNT 110gr bullet was in 7MM-08 REM.
Submitted by: Laverne
Date: 4/8/2004
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Great fun shooting gophers with the 110gr TNT in my Rem 700V. I get sub 0.25" groups @ 100 yds and 3000-3350 ft/sec,chronographed, with 48.2gr Varget loaded in REM new or FL sized brass,primed Fed 210 and Cartridge overall length of 2.8". Sighted +2.24" @ 100yds gives +2.23" @ 200yds and about 2.33"@ 300yds. Recoil is a bit much for some but with practice you can follow through on the shot and see the explosive nature of this bullet. I get 3200-3250 ft/sec and 0.324" groups in my 20" barreled Rem Model 7SS with the same load. A GREAT BULLET!
Submitted by: Laverne
Date: 4/8/2004
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Loaded these in 22 Hornet, thinking they would not be as explosive. Wrong, they were still very explosive. Good bullets for coyote and bobcats.
Submitted by: KM
Date: 1/3/2004
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Shoot a 50 grainer in my .222; explosive! Nearly as devestating as the 50 grain Nosler Ballistic tip driven @ .22-250 velocities!
Submitted by: Hank
Date: 7/30/2003
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