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New Hornady LEVERevolution MonoFlex Loads

New lever gun loads from Hornady offer even more performance, penetration and weight retention.

New LEVERevolution MonoFlex rifle loads include (l. to r.) .30-30 Win., .308 Marlin and .45-70 Gov't.

Grand Island, NE--Combining the technologies of the GMX and patented FTX bullet design, the new MonoFlex bullet is a fantastic union of the very latest in bullet design from Hornady. An innovative bullet choice is now available for the famed Hornady LEVERevolution ammunition line. Constructed of gilding metal, MonoFlex bullets won't ever separate, and when recovered, retain 95+% of their original weight. Deep penetration. High weight retention. Unbeatable power. The combined technologies of GMX and FTX have fused to produce the MonoFlex; an accurate, deadly, dependable NEW choice for lever gun hunters.

  • Up to 250 feet per second faster muzzle velocity than conventional lever gun loads.
  • Exceptional accuracy and overwhelming downrange terminal performance.
  • Patented FTX and MonoFlex bullets featuring Flex Tip Technology.
  • Up to 40% more energy than traditional flat point loads.

The innovative LEVERevolution bullet design may require a newer magazine follower to provide best possible functioning of the last round out of the magazine. These magazine followers may be purchased from the manufacturer of your firearm. For optimum performance we do not recommend storing LEVERevolution ammunition in tubular magazines for extended periods, as this can result in tip deformation. For more information, visit Hornady's MonoFlex webpage.

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