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Master List

This is a comprehensive list of both common and obsolete bullets manufactured by Hawk.

Use the Menu button on the right to navigate to the caliber of your interest.

If you are solely interested in pistol bullets, visit our Handgun Bullet Selection, or our Muzzleloader Bullet Selection page for muzzleloader hunting.

If you are interested in having a custom bullet made to your specs, we recommend that you first view comparable bullets from our master list, then visit our custom bullet page and contact us for your specific needs.

To place an order, go to the ordering page.

Please note: A lower case "c" appearing after the price indicates it is a custom order. The number after the "c" indicates the minimum number of boxes required to order.



HAWK PRECISION BULLETS MASTER LIST
— ALL PRICES PER BOX OF 50 —

7mm .284 diameter rifle bullets

Hawk Bullets are produced in many profiles including: round nose, spitzer, round tip, and flat points.

245 Von Hoff (.245 dia.)

Spitzer
100 grains x Custom Jacket SPZ $38.50 c5

This Hawk bullet is a two diameter bullet with the lower part of the shank .245” and a sudden change to .243”, a close copy of the original Von Hoff design used with this cartridge

.260 Diameter

Round Tip
120 grains x .030 RT $39.50 c5

The .260" bullets are most often used with the 6.5 x 70R cartridge. Always slug you bore when in doubt.

6.5mm (.264 dia.)

Round Tips
100 grains x .030 RT $37.50 c5
120 grains x .030 RT $38.50 c5
135 grains x .030 RT $39.00
160 grains x .030 RT $40.50

"Having tried a variety of bullets in various calibers over my 30 year hunting career, I grew dissatisfied with the performance of the generic brands mainly because of their excessively stiff construction. . . Finally I heard of Hawk bullets. . . This past season, I and two hunting buddies loaded 6.5 x 55mm 160gr-.030" (jacket thickness), 7x57mm 160gr-.030", both loaded maximum and .30-06 200gr-.025" loaded to 2300fps. Between us, we shot a total of 4 whitetails varying in weight between 80 and 150 lbs. (2, 1, 1, respectively with the aforementioned guns.) Of these four deer, three including a 150 lb. five point buck, were hit square in the chest cavity, not the shoulders or the the nervous system, and each dropped in their tracks . . . a 120 lb. doe, was hit from behind and the 160gr 6.5mm plowed through gut and into the liver putting it down within 40 yds. The deer hit with the .30-06 was a small 80 lb. buck; a desperation kill on the last day of season; this bullet darn near cut the little thing in half, leaving a 4" diameter exit hole. Not only did it drop in its tracks, it did not even twitch after it hit the ground. In three decades that I have been hunting during which time I have killed 50 or more deer, I can only recall a couple of lung-shot deer dropping in their tracks. Yet with this year’s sample, we are batting 75%. Hawk bullets are the projectiles I will use for all future deer hunting."
— Tom B.

.270 Cal./6.8mm (.277 dia.)

Round Tips
130 grains x .030 RT $37.00
140 grains x .035 RT $39.50
150 grains x .035 RT $40.50
165 grains x .035 RT $41.50
180 grains x .035 RT $42.50 c4
Round Nose
80 grains x .025 RN $36.50
130 grains x .025 RN $39.00

The 270 was made popular by the gun writer Jack O’Conner. He hunted extensively with it, killing the largest of bear and made long shots on plains game proving its versatility. The 270 Winchester is one of the few cartridges that P.O. Ackley would not offer in one of his improved chambering however he would rebarrel with a faster custom twist that allowed the rifle to accurately shoot heavy 180 grain bullets. Unless you have a very fast custom twist the heaviest bullets you can shoot are the 165’s. Bullets up to 165 grain shoot well in any factory barrel. And the sectional density of the 165’s is .307 making it suitable for anything in North America according to Elmer Keith’s standards. Our lighter round nose bullets will expand on deer even out of short contender barrels. The 6.8 has increased demand for .277’s and the use of custom bullets for sub-sonic use often call for special weights and adjustments to the jackets. Please contact us with your needs for custom pricing.

". . . we found that the 165 grain Hawk Bullet which I used for the second time that day had driven up into the (huge kudu bull’s) chest after punching a fist-sized hole into the body."

Bullet Evaluation:
270 cal. 165 gr. Hawk RT

Bushbuck - Range 100 yds.: Bullet passed through leaving wide wound channel and 3" x 2-1/2" exit that bled freely.

Kudu - Range 100 yds.: Bullets gave deep penetration with wide wound channels, were not recovered.

— Terence S. Underwood
".270 Winchester in Africa"
Hunting Horizons

7mm (.284 dia.)

Round Tips
140 grains x .025 RT $37.50
140 grains x .030 RT $38.50
140 grains x .035 RT $39.00
160 grains x .030 RT $39.50
160 grains x .035 RT $40.50
175 grains x .035 RT $42.50
Spitzer
150 grains x .035 SPZ $43.00 c3
160 grains x .035 SPZ $44.50 c3
175 grains x .035 SPZ $45.50 c3
Flat Point
140 grains x .035 FP $37.00
160 grains x .035 FP $38.50 c3
175 grains x .035 FP $39.00 c3
7mm .284 diameter rifle bullets

140 gr. .035 RT taken from elk

"The Two- year-old bull moose stood in a clear-cut, facing me, about 300 yards away. His head was down a little, so I put the crosshairs of my scoped Browning 7mm Mag. right on his chin and fired. The hit was good, centered on the chest.

"Later, we traced the 175-grain Hawk bullet’s path through the animal’s body. To our amazement, we discovered that the slug had punched clean through the moose. . . end to end, all eight feet of him. . .doing terrific damage along the way."

"We never recovered the slug, since it exited out one of the bull’s rear hams, after smashing the leg bone. The exit hole was about the size of a nickel. The moose didn’t go too far."
— Ben E

280 Ross (.286 dia.)

Round Tips
160 grains x .035 RT $45.50 c2

Hawk continues to support the 280 Ross cartridge with the standard 160 grain bullet and offers to make additional weights as custom production.

7.35 Carcano (.300 dia.)

Round Tips
150 grains x .035 RT $38.50 c2

.304 Diameter

Round Tips
180 grains x .030 RT $44.50 c2
180 grains x .035 RT $45.50 c2

This bullet is for the earliest 7.5 Swiss rifles also known as the 7.5 x 54.5 Schmidt Rubin. Eventually they adapted the .308” bore as the standard. Initial production had a .304” bore. These bullets are made for only the earliest Schmidt Rubin rifles. If in doubt please have a gunsmith slug your bore.

.30 Cal. (.308 dia.)

Round Tips
130 grains x .025 RT $36.50
130 grains x .035 RT $37.00 c3
150 grains x .025 RT $37.00
165 grains x .030 RT $38.00
165 grains x .035 RT $38.50
180 grains x .030 RT $38.50
180 grains x .035 RT $39.00
200 grains x .025 RT $38.50
200 grains x .030 RT $39.00
200 grains x .035 RT $40.00
220 grains x .035 RT $42.00
250 grains x .035 RT $45.50
Spitzers
150 grains x .035 SPZ $38.00
165 grains x .035 SPZ $38.50
180 grains x .035 SPZ $39.50
200 grains x .030 SPZ $41.00
200 grains x .035 SPZ $42.50
210 grains x .035 SPZ $43.50 c3
Flat Point
150 grains x .030 FP $35.50 c3
170 grains x .030 FP $36.50
190 grains x .030 FP $37.50
.308 diameter rifle David e. petzal field and stream

". . . I’ve been shooting 200-grain .308 Hawks with round tips (sort of a semi-spitzer) and .035-inch-thick jackets, and 225-grain .35 Hawks with the same weight jackets and point style. I shot the .308's in two .30/06s and the .35's in a .35 Whelen. Accuracy was good to excellent, and expansion and penetration, when tested on my bullet-destroying Ballistic Buffalo, were superlative. I can’t recall any bullets that expanded as wide and penetrated as deep."

— David E. Petzal
Executive Editor
Field & Stream

"I just returned from Montana where I was hunting mule deer with my three sons. I loaded your 165 grain round tips having the .030 jacket thickness for a 30-06. .........The bullet struck about 3 inches to the rear of the foreleg and the deer dropped like a stone and never quivered. Upon examination during field dressing, the top of the heart was separated and it came out in two pieces, it was also separated from the aorta and one of the lungs was blown apart as well. A large amount of blood pooled in the chest cavity and did not coagulate. The bullet did not hit any bone on impact but rather penetrated between ribs........Most deer I have observed in some thirty plus years of hunting have run when heart or lung shots were made. I was pleasantly surprised at the performance of the bullet as it did not strike bone and did a magnificent job."
— Arthur W.

"I collected a nice 8 point with your 170 gr .308 flat point with the .030" jacket. It was fired in a 30-30 Marlin with a 20in. barrel."
"Penetration was through and through after breaking the inside shoulder and I have never seen a wound channel from a 30-30 like your bullet created, it looked like a bigger caliber was used."
— Scott S.

30 caliber .308 boar

Above a long time Hawk customer sends photo’s showing the results of the 30 caliber Hawk on hogs in the southern swamps using a 300 Winchester Magnum with our 165 gr. x .030” round tip bullet. Of the left photo, he says, “If you look closely you can see the entrance hole right between the eyes. The entire head was like picking up a T-shirt – zero bone structure – demolished.” The right photo shows an entrance hole with using the same rifle/bullet combo

.303 British (.311 dia.)

Spitzer
125 grains x .035 SPZ $37.00 c3
180 grains x .035 SPZ $39.00
215 grains x .035 SPZ $40.50
Round Tip
180 grains x .030 RT $37.00 c3
215 grains x .030 RT $39.00 c3

Hawk offers two profiles for the 303 British, and of course, will make custom weights upon request.

32-20 (.312 dia.)

Round Nose
115 grains x .030 RN $36.50

To get the best terminal performance from the 32-20 WCF, try the soft Hawk bullet in 115 grains. While it was advertised as a deer and varmint cartridge many have concluded that it is inadequate on deer. But at 2,000 fps, the little Hawk bullet will cause much more terminal damage than the mass produced 32-20 bullets. Repeat orders for this offering are very high.

.316 Diameter

Round Tip
150 grains x .025 RT $40.50 c4

Both the 8 x 51 Mauser and the 8 x 51R Mauser use the .316” bullets. The soft Hawk jackets shoot quite well in this cartridge and have taken its fair share of game.

.318 Diameter

Round Tip
180 grains x .030 RT $40.00
220 grains x .030 RT $42.00

The 8MM “J” bores (produced from 1888 -1905) are .318” and Hawk bullets are offered as a standard in two weights. Excellent results can be had hunting with these rifles and the premium Hawk hunting bullets.

"There are good .318-inch hunting bullets available from Hawk, Inc., . . . I use the company’s 180-grain .318 inch in my drilling, chambered for 8x57 JR, with perfect success on deer."

— Ross Seyfried
Shooting Editor
Guns & Ammo

32 Remington (.321 dia.)

Round Tip
170 grains x .030 RT $40.00 c3

.32 Cal. Winchester (.321)

Flat Point
170 grains x .030 FP $39.50

8mm (.323 dia.)

Round Tip
150 grains x .025 RT $36.50 c4
160 grains x .030 RT $37.50 c4
180 grains x .025 RT $37.50
180 grains x .030 RT $39.00
180 grains x .035 RT $40.00
200 grains x .030 RT $40.00 c4
200 grains x .035 RT $41.00 c4
220 grains x .030 RT $40.50
220 grains x .035 RT $41.00
250 grains x .035 RT $42.50
280 grains x .030 RT $44.50 c3

There is a large mix of cartridges using the standard .323” / 8MM bullets. Hawk offers a wide selection to accommodate any 8MM needs. If you handload the 8MM Remington Magnum rifles, they can often be a good deal, as the 8MM Remington Magnum became a handloading proposition only when all companies stopped supporting it with loaded ammunition. It really is a good cartridge from the ballistics view and worth consideration. Even factory loads for the 8 x 57 are on the light side as so many rifles are older surplus that were intentionally designed to use a light load. If you have a new modern rifle, you are not getting the ballistics you could potentially have. Remember, as a handloader, you are able to get the best out of a cartridge. Factory ammo is never going to match the performance of your custom loads.

.329 & .330 Diameter

Round Tip
200 grains x .035 RT $45.50

The 318 Westley Richards or 318 Rimless Nitro Express cartridge is the most common use of the above listed bullet. Hawk will entertain custom weights as well. The most common custom request is 180’s and 250 grain bullets. The 318 can be chambered in 30/06 actions and used on anything in North America with those two bullets.

.333 Jeffery (.333 dia.)

Round Tip
250 grains x .035 RT $46.00
300 grains x .035 RT $49.00

The most common custom request in .333” we receive is for 200 grains. While not overly popular, .333 barrels were used by some wildcatters and are still being hunted with.

.33 Winchester (.338)

Flat Point
180 grains x .030 FP $40.00
200 grains x .030 FP $41.00
215 grains x .030 FP $43.50 c3

.338 Diameter

Round Tip
200 grains x .035 RT $37.00
230 grains x .035 RT $39.00
250 grains x .035 RT $40.50
275 grains x .035 RT $43.00
300 grains x .035 RT $45.50
Flat Point
180 grains x .030 FP $40.00
200 grains x .030 FP $41.00
250 grains x .030 FP $46.50 c3
Spitzer
230 grains x .035 SPZ $43.50
250 grains x .035 SPZ $44.50
.338 diameter bullet

.338 x 230gr x .035 RT, recovered from game, expanded to 250% of original size, 90% weight retention.

.338 diameter rifle brown bear

.348 Winchester (.348)

Flat Point
165 grains x .030 FP $39.00
180 grains x .030 FP $40.00
200 grains x .035 FP $42.00
250 grains x .035 FP $43.50
270 grains x .035 FP $45.00
Spitzer
200 grains x .035 SPZ $42.00 c4
230 grains x .030 SPZ $44.50
250 grains x .035 SPZ $45.50
270 grains x .035 SPZ $46.50

The .348 Winchester and the Model 71 are some of the most popular leverguns ever made. The Hawk flat point closely resembles the original Winchester bullet. Our selection of standard bullets lets you hunt deer with the thinner jacketed bullets and anything else in North America with the .035” jacket bullets.

For those having a single shot like the Ruger #1, our spitzers offer a flatter trajectory on open shots.

.348 Winchester diameter rifle

.351 Win. S.L. (.351 dia.)

Round Nose
180 grains x .025 RN $37.50
200 grains x .025 RN $39.00 c4

Many .351 Self Loading rifles (Model 1907 Winchester) were made. The federal prison system was the largest single purchaser in the states and those rifles have found their way into public use. Typically these rifles have some nicks and scratches to the wood because of the way they were locked with chain. The bores are like new and they function just marvelously. The commercial loading was always a 180 grain bullet. While we do make this, we also will run the 200 grain bullet that was briefly special ordered by the federal prisons. Both give excellent results hunting and are designed to work at factory velocities.

The Model 1907 Winchester was also used by the French during both world wars. Surplus from that source will not match the quality of the US surplus.

Leonard Speckin of Okemos, MI has written the most complete and through book on the rifle and cartridge titled “Winchester Model 07 Self-loading .351 Caliber its Past and its Future with Modern Brass Bullets and Powder”. We highly recommend this book. Mr. Speckin can be emailed at lspeckin (at) 4N6.com

Mr. Speckin is the authority on these rifles and covers everything from the mechanical to the ballistics. The Hawk Precision bullet is made for hunting, and to this end the 351 bullet could be considered a challenge. Reports over the years show excellent results in the woods. Mr. Speclin too shares his results in his book. Below is an excerpt.

"Winchester Model 07 Self-loading .351 Caliber it’s past and it’s Future with Modern Brass Bullets and Powder" by Leonard Speckin

“I loaded some 200 grain Hawk bullets………..Late one afternoon, a mature doe walked to within fifty yards, and turned broadside. When the sight picture looked good, I fired. It raised up on the hind legs, spun directly away and ran into a thicket. I thought, “great”, a wounded deer, bad shot, poor bullet performance, or all of the above. When I walked up to where the deer had been standing, I received surprise number 6. On the grass, the exit wound side of the deer, was a three foot wide, high velocity blood spray pattern interspersed with pieces of lung tissue. I knew, with a through and through lung shot, I had a dead deer not far away. For 14 years, I was a crime scene team leader in the State Police. I mention this only because I am familiar with wound ballistics in both humans and animals. I do not recall ever seeing such a blood splatter pattern in the deer or elk I have shot with high velocity cartridges or as a homicide/shooting crime scene.

As a deer tracker, if I were to assign a grade to myself, I would get a C-. But this blood trail was so extensive, even I could follow it. The deer had gone about 60 yards and piled up dead. It was a through and through shot, and when gutted, I found the lungs had been shredded. The most astonishing find came however during skinning. On the entrance wound side, the bloodshot meat pattern was 12 inches in diameter, and on the exit wound side it was 6 inches in diameter. Each hole in the rib cage was 1” in diameter. The bullet performance was somewhere between spectacular and unbelievable. It is not in the cards for the .351 SLR to cause destruction like this. ….. Both exit and entrance wounds were photographed. It looked like the deer had been shot with a .220 Swift and not a .351 SLR with a 200 grain bullet at 1626 FPS. Clearly much credit goes to the design of the Hawk bullet with the .025” jacket and large lead tip. It must have expanded violently upon impact and continued on, mostly or completely intact through the deer: no bullet fragments were found in the body cavity or organs.”

9mm (.353, .354, & .356)

Round Tip
200 grains x .030 RT $41.00
250 grains x .030 RT $42.50

If you have a 9MM rifle, we make the diameter you need. Please have the bore slugged to order the correct size. Cartridges like the 9 x 56 Mannlicher Schoenauer, 9 x 57 Mauser, 9 x 57R are listed as having a .356” bore but many are actually smaller.

9mm .353 .354 .356 diameter moose

"I tried a sampling of the .356 inch bullet with .030 inch copper jacket in my bullet box. The box offers no scientific proof of anything. It is, however, a great indicator of two bullet criteria: Penetration and Jacket/Core Integrity. It’s nice to stand up and say a particular bullet worked exactly as advertised. The first two shots into the bullet box were delivered from about 10 paces, an unfair assessment since game is not normally taken at such close range, but I did it anyway. The bullet held together. They almost turned inside out but it averaged slightly over 90% weight retention. The last catalog in the box captured the two 100 yard bullets. They were picture perfect in shape and had retained 95% of their original weight."

— Sam Fadala
Rifle

.35 Cal. (.358 dia.)

Round Tip
200 grains x .030 RT $38.00
225 grains x .035 RT $39.00
225 grains x .030 RT $39.00
250 grains x .030 RT $40.00
250 grains x .035 RT $41.00
250 grains x .050 RT $55.00 c3
275 grains x .035 RT $43.00
275 grains x .050 RT $57.50 c3
300 grains x .030 RT $43.00 c3
300 grains x .035 RT $46.00
300 grains x .050 RT $63.50 c3
Flat Point
180 grains x .025 FP $36.00
200 grains x .025 FP $37.00
225 grains x .025 FP $38.00
250 grains x .030 FP $39.00
Spitzer
200 grains x .030 SPZ $39.00 c3
225 grains x .035 SPZ $41.00
250 grains x .035 SPZ $44.00
250 grains x .050 SPZ $60.50 c4
265 grains x .050 SPZ $62.50 c4

So many different rifles use 35 caliber bullets, but the Hawk selection gives you the range in weight, profiles, and the ability to match the jacket thickness to the game and velocity. The large bullet companies often mass produce a work hardened bullet that needs to be shot from a magnum rifle to perform terminally. When you buy that selection for your 35 WCF it will pencil through and not give much of a blood trail to track your game. Same goes for those hunting with shorter barrel firearms as full velocity is never attained.

35 Caliber .358 bullets

225 gr. .035 RT taken from elk

"I must say I'm very impressed with your bullets. I shot a bull moose running at 125 yards and at the shot the moose did a flip. I used the .375 x 270 gr .035" RT. I didn't recover the bullet and it did tremendous damage on its path."

"My buddy used your .358 x 275 gr .035" SPZ in his 358 Norma Mag. He killed a bull at around 250 yards with one shot with the same results.

— Mike R., Alaska

8.7 82R Nimrod (.360 dia.)

Round Tip
200 grains x .030 RT $39.50

9.3mm (.365 dia.)

Round Tip
200 grains x .030 RT $39.00
235 grains x .035 RT $42.00
250 grains x .030 RT $41.50
250 grains x .035 RT $43.50
285 grains x .035 RT $45.00
285 grains x .050 RT $64.50
320 grains x .030 RT $43.50

We have a wide selection here for all the 9.3 rifles including weights commonly needed for the double barrel rifles. The doubles (9.3 x 74R) and the 9.3 x 57 cartridge, usually a Husqvarna rifle do better with the .030” jackets than the faster 9.3 x 62 or 9.3 x 64 cartridges.

400/360 NE 2 3/4" (.367 dia.)

Round Tip
300 grains x .030 RT $46.50 c3
314 grains x .025 RT $46.50 c3

Often called the .400/360 Purdy or the 400/360 Westley Richards, the 314 grain bullet was intended to regulate in some double rifles.

.375 Diameter

Round Tip
235 grains x .025 RT $38.50
235 grains x .035 RT $40.00
250 grains x .035 RT $41.50
270 grains x .035 RT $43.00
270 grains x .050 RT $55.50 c4
300 grains x .030 RT $44.00 c3
300 grains x .035 RT $46.00
300 grains x .050 RT $59.00 c4
325 grains x .035 RT $47.50 c3
350 grains x .035 RT $49.00 c2
350 gains x .050 RT $72.50 c2
Flat Point
180 grains x .025 FP $36.50
200 grains x .025 FP $37.50
250 grains x .025 FP $39.50
250 grains x .035 FP $41.00
270 grains x .050 FP $57.50 c4
300 grains x .050 FP $59.50 c4
Spitzer
235 grains x .035 SPZ $41.00
250 grains x .035 SPZ $42.00
270 grains x .035 SPZ $43.00
300 grains x .035 SPZ $44.00
300 grains x .050 SPZ $64.50 c5

The .375 flat points made by Hawk have a stellar reputation in the field. They are made in all the weights needed for the 375 WCF and some heavies used in wildcat lever guns. One of the more common requested flat points is a 165 grain that was originally made for a custom revolver and has since been used in many rifles for deer and predator hunting.

With so many 375 rifles, just remember to consider the jacket thickness when ordering and match the jacket to the velocities and game being hunted.

Custom runs are considered for double rifles needing a special weight.

38-55 (.377 dia.)

Flat Point
200 grains x .030 FP $39.00
220 grains x .030 FP $40.00
255 grains x .030 FP $41.00
280 grains x .030 FP $42.00

With more states allowing the straight walled cartridges to be used in primitive rifle hunting seasons the use of the 38-55 and the Hawk bullets have been proven as a viable cartridge and bullet combo again. The standard 255 grain is always a favorite but the best seller is actually the 225 grain. The bullet that sells the least is the 280 grain bullet and when sold it is usually headed to Alaska where the higher sectional density comes into play.

“My collection included eight 38-55’s with bores ranging from .377” to .380”. I have tested all your 38-55 bullets and would like to share the performance. In every bore the bullets did obdurate as you said and all shot accurately. The 225’s are my favorite to hunt with on deer. I like the traditional 255’s but really did like the terminal damage the 280’s will do on large critters like moose, just awesome! Of the four weights the two middle ones shot to the same point and the 280’s needed a slight adjustment. The 200’s needed to be sighted as they are farther apart. My only single shot is a 38-55 contender. In this gun the 200’s are sweet and my top choice for deer. Thanks so much for bringing these to the market. Now I don’t have to put up with a .375 jacketed bullet or cast.
— John H.

38-40 Winchester (.401)

Hollow Point
180 grains x .0125 HP $37.50
200 grains x .0125 HP $38.50

The expected velocity of 1,800–1,900 fps is what these Hawk bullets were made to perform at on game.

.403 Diameter

Round Tip
300 grains x .025 RT $39.50
350 grains x .025 RT $42.00
Flat Point
235 grains x .025 FP $37.50
270 grains x .025 FP $38.50
300 grains x .025 FP $39.50
HP's available by special order

401 Winchester S.L. (.406 dia.)

Round Nose
200 grains x .025 RN $38.50
250 grains x .025 RN $40.50

Interest in the 351 SL has also drawn more people to hunt today with the 401 Win SL. Our hunting bullet is the best option as the soft jackets and pure lead deliver more terminal damage than a cast bullet could hope for. Both weights are reordered in equal numbers.

Below is a fine example of this rifle from one of our customers.

401 winchester S.L. .406 diameter rifle

.406 Diameter Rifle

Round Tip
300 grains x .025 RT $40.50
300 grains x .035 RT $43.50
350 grains x .025 RT $42.50
350 grains x .035 RT $46.50
Flat Point
235 grains x .025 FP $38.50
270 grains x .025 FP $39.50
300 grains x .025 FP $40.50
HP's available by special order

Our 40 caliber bullets are giving hunters the opportunity to derive much more terminal performance from these older loved cartridges. When possible we will do everything to make any custom bullet request. The testimony below is from a customer that had us make a .406" spitzer for his 40-72.

.406 diameter rifle mule deer

“Attached is a photo of a 4x4 mule deer buck I shot in 2011 with a custom-run 300 gr. 0.406" SPZ bullet you made for me. This load will routinely shoot 3-shot groups in the neighborhood of 1 3/4" at 100 yds. with a bore that has obvious blackpowder corrosion. This is the second mule deer buck I have taken with this combination, which has likewise accounted for 2 antelope, at ranges of 66 to 155 yds. Velocity averages 1,440 fps. Thanks!”
— Brian

.408 Diameter

Round Tip
300 grains x .025 RT $40.50
300 grains x .035 RT $43.50
350 grains x .025 RT $42.50
350 grains x .035 RT $46.50
400 grains x .025 RT $44.50
400 grains x .035 RT $50.50
400 grains x .050 RT $65.00
Flat Point
235 grains x .025 FP $38.50
270 grains x .025 FP $39.50
300 grains x .025 FP $40.50
HP's available by special order
.408 diameter rifle buffalo

Eight Ball Gun Shop of Pocatello, Idaho sent us this photo of their client, Lane Clezie with a fine buffalo that was taken with one shot using a 40-70 Sharps and the 300 grain RT Hawk Precision Bullet in .408 dia. The buffalo weighed 1900 pounds.

.408 diameter rifle elk

Above, Ken Kempa uses the Hawk bullets in vintage cartridges to hunt with. Lower velocity will not hinder your performance on game if your used the soft ductile Hawk jacketed bullets.

.410 Diameter

Round Tip
300 grains x .025 RT $40.50
300 grains x .035 RT $43.50
325 grains x .050 RT $59.00
350 grains x .025 RT $42.50
350 grains x .035 RT $46.50
400 grains x .025 RT $44.50
400 grains x .035 RT $50.50
400 grains x .050 RT $65.00
Flat Point
235 grains x .025 FP $38.50
270 grains x .025 FP $39.50
300 grains x .025 FP $40.50
HP's available by special order

.411 Diameter

Round Tip
300 grains x .025 RT $40.50
300 grains x .035 RT $43.50
325 grains x .050 RT $59.00
350 grains x .025 RT $42.50
350 grains x .035 RT $46.50
400 grains x .025 RT $44.50
400 grains x .035 RT $50.50
400 grains x .050 RT $65.00
Flat Point
235 grains x .025 FP $38.50
270 grains x .025 FP $39.50
300 grains x .025 FP $40.50
HP's available by special order

This is the Hawk bullet suitable for the 405 Winchester. Match the jacket thickness to the game being pursued. For other cartridges consider the velocity as well when making your selection. If the velocity is very low consider the option of a hollow point (Contender’s etc).

.411 diameter rifle mushroomed bullet

.411 x 300gr x .035, attained 233% of its original size and retained 87% of its weight.

.411 diameter rifle moose

“The 57 inch bull succumbed to one shot placed through the lungs at about 90 paces. The projectile was found intact expanded to double it’s original diameter against the far hide. It weighed 285 gr or of it’s original 300 gr mass (.411 caliber, .035” jacket). The rifle is a 1920’s vintage Winchester 1895 model in .405 Winchester caliber. It will consistently place 3 Hawk bullets in 1 ½” of point of aim at 100 yards using the factory iron sights. To say that both the accuracy and performance of the Hawk bullets used in this firearm pleased me would be an understatement.”
— Mark K

.416 Diameter

Round Tip
300 grains x .025 RT $40.50
300 grains x .035 RT $43.50
300 grains x .050 RT $58.00
325 grains x .050 RT $59.00
350 grains x .025 RT $42.50
350 grains x .035 RT $46.50
350 grains x .050 RT $59.50
400 grains x .025 RT $44.50
400 grains x .035 RT $50.50
400 grains x .050 RT $65.00
400 grains x .065 RT $105.50
450 grains x .050 RT $65.50
500 grains x .035 RT $56.00
Flat Point
300 grains x .035 FP $42.50 c3
350 grains x .035 FP $45.50 c3
400 grains x .035 FP $47.50 c3
Spitzers
300 grains x .035 SPZ $45.50
350 grains x .035 SPZ $50.50
350 grains x .050 SPZ $68.00
400 grains x .035 SPZ $53.00
400 grains x .050 SPZ $70.50
HP's available by special order

Huge selection here to hunt with the Hawks in all the 416 caliber firearms. The hard to find flat point Hawk Bullets are often used in wildcat rifles based on the Winchester Model 71 action and may be called the .416 Alaskan or .416-348 Improved.

". . . it was my intention to take just one rifle on an African hunt and use it on everything from buffalo and lion to large antelope. I (received) .416 Hawk bullets in 300 and 350 grain weights to try in my .416 Taylor . . . I obtained a muzzle velocity of 2650 f.p.s. with the 350 grain (and) drove the 300 grain at 2750 f.p.s. Accuracy testing which followed load development was equally satisfying. Four five-shot groups with the 300 grain Hawk averaged a neat one MoA, while the 350 grain Hawk ran 1.10 MoA. I believe the fine accuracy obtained with Hawk bullets stems mainly from their soft copper jackets and pure lead cores. The Brinell Hardness Factor of many commercial bullets is about 45; Hawk’s run 25 or only a bit harder than linotype metal. Hawk’s softer jacket allows better obturation, thus they seal the bore better and engage the rifling more completely, improving accuracy and eliminating gas blow by.
— Nick Harvey
Technical Editor "Guns Australia"

Guides are often called on to anchor game at high altitudes where a 100 yard run could take days to retrieve the animal. In some cases dangerous game may have to be finished off without the luxury of picking a good shot. The following guide had us build a bullet for the .416 Remington Magnum to encompass all his hunting circumstances.

"I am most pleased with the (.416 diameter) 325 grain spitzer with .050 jacket. I and my assistant guide experienced good results during........fall hunts. Good accuracy with excellent penetration. Only recovered one bullet. Exits were 1" to 3" on all trophies...Keep up the good work."
— Wayne Woods, Alaska, Master Guide


The bullet Wayne used is a good example of a custom order. The thicker jacket is capable of higher velocity and has the integrity to stand up to the toughest bear. We let Wayne pick his ideal weight, jacket thickness, and bullet shape.

To get a quote tell us what you have in mind, anticipated velocity and intended game, etc.

.416 diameter rifle boar

Above David I, used a Competitor single shot pistol chambered in 416 Barnes and the Hawk spitzer with .035” jackets to kill a monster boar with trophy razors in Florida.

". . . (I) express my admiration for your excellent bullets! We used them on two safaris, in 416 and 404 calibers. The velocities were around 2700 f.p.s. in each rifle. Only on two occasions was a finisher shot needed, and this was definitely not the fault of the bullets. All recovered bullets showed superlative expansion with excellent retention of original weight. This must be due to your tough-tough jacket material. I seriously doubt there is a finer bullet available for safari use and I have seen many animals taken with almost any bullet you could mention. "We hope to give your 500 and 585 caliber bullets some serious work on cape buffalo on the next hunt. I am totally confident they will perform the job with our complete satisfaction. A safari is an expensive consideration and one must use the best bullet available. I’ll choose the Hawk."

— Gil Van Horn
Authority on ballistics and African Game

"Your Hawk bullets were extremely accurate and devastating, in a surprising way—we had several days of rain and the backstops were saturated red Virginia clay. Paper targets were mounted on parallel, horizontal rails 5-10 yards in front of the backstops. The 300gr Hawks (.416 cal.) literally blew down these targets from behind with mud fragments. In fact, a large puddle at least 25 yards in front of the targets, showed large evidence of mud fragmentation a few seconds after impact. I can only speculate that the hydrostatic pressure generated by the Hawks in the backstop was driving liquefied mud back through tunnels made by other bullets. 400gr Hornady’s and 350gr Barnes-X bullets did not have this effect. In fact, it was a unique experience for the range officer. "I am convinced that if someone were to calculate the kinetic energy released per inch of penetration, and multiplied this factor by the percent retained weight, Hawk bullets would be at the top of the list. They are accurate, deadly, and kind to bores."
— Ned S.

.404 Jeffery (.423 dia.)

Round Tip
300 grains x .035 RT $44.00
300 grains x .050 RT $56.00
350 grains x .035 RT $46.00
350 grains x .050 RT $59.00
400 grains x .035 RT $48.50
400 grains x .050 RT $63.00
400 grains x .065 RT $109.50

The .404 Jeffery Rimless Hawk bullet is actually very sleek and not the traditional blunt round nose. It is ascetically pleasing and yet has deadly expansion on impact.

". . . (I) express my admiration for your excellent bullets! We used them on two safaris, in 416 and 404 calibers. The velocities were around 2700 f.p.s. in each rifle. Only on two occasions was a finisher shot needed, and this was definitely not the fault of the bullets. All recovered bullets showed superlative expansion with excellent retention of original weight. This must be due to your tough-tough jacket material. I seriously doubt there is a finer bullet available for safari use and I have seen many animals taken with almost any bullet you could mention.

"We hope to give your 500 and 585 caliber bullets some serious work on cape buffalo on the next hunt. I am totally confident they will perform the job with our complete satisfaction. A safari is an expensive consideration and one must use the best bullet available. I’ll choose the Hawk."

— Gil Van Horn
Authority on ballistics and African Game

10.75mm (.424 dia.)

Round Nose
350 grains x .035 RN $46.50
400 grains x .035 RN $49.50

This Hawk Bullet has a traditional blunt round nose to match the original design of the 10.75 x 57MM Mannlincher and 10.75 x 63 Mauser.

.44/40 Win (.426 or .428)

Hollow Point
200 grains x .025 HP $38.50

“I do all the cowboy action events I can so why not hunt cowboy? First results using cast bullets were not fun. Thanks for making your .426” hollow point. I have killed 7 deer with it and never had to track. That bullet is deadly.”
— Leo T

.44 Magnum (.430 dia.)

Hollow Point
200 grains x .025 HP $38.50
240 grains x .025 HP $39.50
265 grains x .025 HP $40.50
300 grains x .025 HP $41.50
Spitzer (.429")
275 grains x .025 SPZ $43.00
300 grains x .035 SPZ $46.00

If needed, remember to ask for a cannelure to be added to your bullet selection. Many uses do not need the cannelure like when used in a muzzleloader with a sabot. We can add the cannelure to factory spec or your unique location.

The Hawk spitzer is ideal for the Contenders and all single shots chambered in a 44.

44 Magnum .430 diameter rifle bullets

Left to right: 275 gr. SPZ,
265 gr. FP with 90 cal expansion,
and 200 gr. HP

"Last year I ordered your Precision bullets for my 44 Mag. to hunt some hogs. I had good success and really didn’t give it much thought. When I put my boat back in the water it was outfitted with the 44 Mag. and the Hawk handloads.

"Later, a charter brought a large shark up to the side of the boat and I used the revolver to dispatch the beast. The goal was to take the fight out of the shark and insure my client’s efforts were not in vain. A well placed slug through the center of the head and they will thrash about out of control a bit, and succumb in a minute or so. Not this time. The exceptional shark just quivered and shook like it was in trauma. So far I’ve dispatched 19 sharks with the Hawk’s and can’t believe how well it puts them in shock, they just can’t move enough to swim or fight."
— John S, South Carolina

John was typically striking the sharks after going through at least eight inches of water. The range is close and the bullet had expanded to make entrance holes and wound channels that were significantly larger than the mass produced handgun bullets are capable of. It was almost as though John was using a shotgun diameter projectile.

.444 Marlin (.430 dia.)

Flat Point
200 grains x .035 FP $38.50
240 grains x .035 FP $40.00
250 grains x .025 FP $38.50
250 grains x .035 FP $40.50 c2
265 grains x .035 FP $41.50
275 grains x .025 FP $40.00
275 grains x .035 FP $43.50
300 grains x .025 FP $41.00
300 grains x .035 FP $44.50
Spitzer (.429")
275 grains x .025 SPZ $43.00
300 grains x .035 SPZ $46.00
350 grains x .035 SPZ $48.00
400 grains x .035 SPZ $50.00

As with any lever action having a tube magazine, you should use flat point bullets. The profile actually aids in a rapid expansion on impact giving more blood loss on the near side and aids in tracking. Hawk offers a splendid selection to tailor your handloads to your hunt.

Since introduced in the mid 1960’s the .444 Marlin has been chambered in many single shots and custom bolt guns having a faster twist rate. For this reason, the Hawk spitzers are used in the field to gain trajectory advantages over the traditional flat points offered for the .444 Marlin. Should you be using a short contender barrel on light game, the 275 grain spitzer is offered with a thinner jacket, and yes it does open up during the terminal performance.

.425 Westley Richards (.435)

Round Nose
300 grains x .035 RN $51.00
325 grains x .035 RN $52.00
350 grains x .035 RN $54.50
350 grains x .050 RN $55.00
400 grains x .035 RN $66.00
400 grains x .050 RN $56.00
400 grains x .065 RN $101.00
450 grains x .050 RN $71.50

The .425 Wesley Richards is a cartridge that should be much more common. Some considered it the poor man’s magnum because any 30/06 bolt action could be converted to accept it. Ballistic performance did not disappoint either, and with the wide selection of bullets we know of hunters using it in the states on deer while getting used to the rifle before taking it on safaris.

43 Mauser (.446 dia.)

Flat Point
350 grains x .025 FP $45.50
400 grains x .025 FP $47.50
Hollow Point
350 grains x .025 HP $45.50
400 grains x .025 HP $47.50

The 43 Mauser shooter has had to rely on cast bullets and thus had less than ideal results on deer sized game. The soft Hawk bullet is kind to your bore and it will mushroom on game putting them down quickly because of the mushrooming bullets deliver more energy and destruction while passing through.

11.15mm, 43 Spanish (.439)

Round Nose
300 grains x .035 RN $43.00
350 grains x .035 RN $44.50
400 grains x .035 RN $46.00

This jacketed bullet will surpass cast lead offerings in this caliber. The velocities are better with no leading and on game you will get an entrance hole sufficient to freely flow with blood for your tracking. Terminal damage is more than enough to put your game into shock.

11.2mm (.440 dia.)

Round Nose
300 grains x .035 RN $47.00
350 grains x .035 RN $49.00
400 grains x .035 RN $51.00

45 Cal. Pistol (.452 dia.)

Flat Point
300 grains x .035 FP $41.50
350 grains x .025 FP $41.50 c3
Hollow Point
260 grains x .025 HP $39.50
300 grains x .025 HP $40.00 c3
Spitzer
300 grains x .035 SPZ $45.00

The 260 grain Hawk is a very popular hunting bullet in 45 caliber. Great choice to hunt with the 45 Winchester Magnum, 454 Casull, 45 Long Colt, Muzzleloader etc.
The Spitzer is the best trajectory for Contenders and other single shot firearms chambered in 45.
If you need a cannelure please ask for it to be added to factory spec for your cartridge or give us the location from the nose down that you would like it located.

45 Caliber pistol .452 diameter bullets

260 gr. .025 HP taken from whitetail deer

.454 Diameter

Flat Point
300 grains x .025 FP $43.50
350 grains x .025 FP $45.00
400 grains x .025 FP $47.50
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $43.50
350 grains x .025 HP $45.00
400 grains x .025 HP $47.50

577/450 Martini-Henry (.455)

Round Nose
480 grains x .025 RN $51.00
Flat Point
300 grains x .025 FP $43.50
350 grains x .025 FP $45.00
400 grains x .025 FP $47.50
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $43.50
350 grains x .025 HP $45.00

.45 Cal. Rifle (.458)

Round Nose
300 grains x .035 RN $43.50
350 grains x .035 RN $45.00
400 grains x .035 RN $47.50
400 grains x .050 RN $62.00
400 grains x .065 RN $101.00
480 grains x .025 RN $43.00
480 grains x .035 RN $50.50
500 grains x .035 RN $52.00
500 grains x .065 RN $111.50
550 grains x .050 RN $65.00
Flat Point
300 grains x .025 FP $41.50
350 grains x .025 FP $44.00
350 grains x .035 FP $46.00
400 grains x .025 FP $46.00
400 grains x .035 FP $48.50
400 grains x .050 FP $55.00 c4
450 grains x .035 FP $51.50 c3
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $41.50
350 grains x .025 HP $44.00
400 grains x .025 HP $46.00
Spitzers
300 grains x .035 SPZ $47.00
350 grains x .025 SPZ $46.00
350 grains x .035 SPZ $49.00
400 grains x .025 SPZ $48.00
400 grains x .035 SPZ $51.50
400 grains x .050 SPZ $66.00
450 grains x .035 SPZ $54.00

"My favorite load for the Ruger Number 1 Medium Sporter in .45-70 is built with a 350 gr. Hawk jacketed hollow point . . . Maximum point blank range on a 6 inch target is more than 175 yds. Accuracy is nice, with the average for 3 shot groups computing to less than an inch at 100 yds. Last season I took a whitetail buck and 3 feral hogs with the Ruger/Hawk combination. None of those animals moved more than 30 yds. after being hit even though all three bullets struck behind the shoulder and no heavy bones were smashed. Penetration was as you would expect, through and through, in all cases . . . On the whitetail, the big Hawk left an exit hole of considerable size. Not only did the buck go down promptly, but the blood trail looked like it had been laid with a bucket. This is an indelicate subject but exit wounds and leakage to follow can be the difference between quickly recovering game and the unpleasant alternative.

— G. Sitton
".45-70 Government"
Petersen’s Hunting

45 caliber.458 diameter rifle deer

"...enclosed is a picture of my son with the deer he shot this season. He used my 1897 Remington Rolling Block in 45-70. It is a little hard to see, but we always try to shoot anterless deer in the head or neck, much less wasted meat that way. He shot this doe at about 30 yards with the Hawk 300gr. HP .025 jacket bullet. As you can see the entire top of the head is gone, so is the entire contents of the skull. Not a pretty sight, but an instantaneous death. We practice and sight in with several different bullets, BUT we only hunt with Hawk bullets. Thanks for a great product."
— Ed

45 caliber.458 diameter rifle bullet

“Thought you might be interested in this picture of the 45-70 bullet I shot my Kansas buck with last year. I hunt with an 1897 Remington Rolling Block, Shot the buck at 65 yards, went down instantly, The bullet was under the hide on the off side. This is the kind of performance we have grown to expect from Hawk Bullets.”
— Ed

45 caliber .458 diameter rifle bear

Top picture is a large grizzly taken with the .458” Hawk bullets in 400 grains and .035” jackets. Two shots and both recovered on the far side. Weight retention was 94% and 97% with expansion to .985” and .857”.

45 caliber .458 diameter rifle bullets

11.4mm Danish Rem. (.462)

Round Nose
400 grains x .035 RN $53.00
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $43.00
350 grains x .025 HP $44.50

500/465 Nitro-Express (.466)

Round Nose
480 grains x .035 RN $53.00 c3
500 grains x .035 RN $55.00 c3

.476 Westley Richards (.475)

Round Nose
400 grains x .035 RN $45.00
400 grains x .050 RN $65.50
500 grains x .050 RN $69.00

.470 Nitro-Express (.475)

Round Nose
400 grains x .035 RN $45.00
400 grains x .050 RN $65.50
400 grains x .065 RN $103.00
500 grains x .035 RN $48.50
500 grains x .050 RN $69.00
500 grains x .065 RN $106.00
600 grains x .050 RN $72.50 c2
Flat Point
350 grains x .035 FP $42.00
400 grains x .035 FP $43.50
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $42.00
350 grains x .025 HP $43.50

.475 #2 Nitro-Express (.482)

Round Nose
400 grains x .035 RN $59.50
400 grains x .050 RN $62.00
500 grains x .035 RN $63.50
500 grains x .050 RN $68.00
500 grains x .065 RN $106.50

.475 #2 (J) Nitro-Express (.488)

Round Nose
400 grains x .035 RN $59.50
400 grains x .050 RN $62.00
500 grains x .035 RN $63.50
500 grains x .050 RN $68.00
500 grains x .065 RN $106.50

.499 Leitner-Wise

Flat Point
300 grains x .035 FP $43.00
350 grains x .035 FP $44.00
400 grains x .035 FP $45.00
450 grains x .035 FP $46.50 c3
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $42.50
350 grains x .025 HP $43.50
400 grains x .025 HP $44.50

Should you have a .499 LWR, know that Hawk still supports the cartridge with a good selection of hunting bullets.

50 AE (.500 dia.)

Flat Point
300 grains x .025 FP $42.50
350 grains x .025 FP $43.50
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $42.50
350 grains x .025 HP $43.50

50 Beowulf (.500 dia.)

Flat Point
300 grains x .035 FP $40.00
350 grains x .035 FP $42.50
400 grains x .035 FP $45.50
450 grains x .035 FP $48.00
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $40.50
350 grains x .025 HP $42.50
400 grains x .025 HP $44.50
500 grains x .025 HP $48.00

The 50 Beowulf is a great hunting cartridge. Buy the gun or upper and your set. Alexander Arms offers the 400 grain Hawk as loaded ammunition. Hawk is committed to offering a wide selection for this cartridge since day one. Countless game has been taken by our bullets with this cartridge.

.500 diameter rifle 50 beowulf moose

50 Beowulf takes a bull moose with the 400 grain Hawk flat point made with the .035” jacket wall.

500 S&W (.500 dia.)

Flat Point
300 grains x .025 FP $42.00
350 grains x .025 FP $43.50
400 grains x .035 FP $47.50
450 grains x .035 FP $48.50
Hollow Point
350 grains x .025 HP $43.50
400 grains x .025 HP $46.50
450 grains x .025 HP $50.00

Since doing the prototype, jacketed bullet development for the 500 S&W when it was first introduced, Hawk has always offered a good selection of premium hunting bullets.

500 smith and wesson

50 Cal. (.510 dia.)

Round Nose
350 grains x .035 RN $45.00
400 grains x .035 RN $48.50
425 grains x .050 RN $64.00 c4
500 grains x .035 RN $52.00
500 grains x .050 RN $68.00
535 grains x .065 RN $103.50 c2
550 grains x .050 RN $70.50 c3
570 grains x .035 RN $57.00 c3
570 grains x .050 RN $75.00 c3
570 grains x .065 RN $106.00 c3
600 grains x .035 RN $59.50
600 grains x .055 RN $74.00 c2
Flat Point
350 grains x .025 FP $44.00
350 grains x .035 FP $46.00
400 grains x .025 FP $45.00
425 grains x .025 FP $47.50 c4
450 grains x .025 FP $50.00 c3
450 grains x .035 FP $52.00
Hollow Point
300 grains x .025 HP $42.00
450 grains x .025 HP $50.00 c3
800 grains x .025 HP $65.00 c3
Spitzer
500 grains x .035 SPZ $70.00
.510 diameter rifle 50 caliber cape buffalo

Cape Buffalo taken by Bill Pace with the 500 Black Powder Express using the Hawk 400 gr. bullet.

.510 diameter rifle 50 caliber bullet
50 cal.510 diameter rifle bullets

Left to right: Round Nose, Schuler nose design, Flat Point and a 50-110 Flat Point with it's shorter ogive.

.510 diameter rifle 50 caliber american buffalo

“Thought you would like to see the performance of one of your bullets that I took a buffalo with last week. The gun is a 115 year old model 86 in 50-110. the bullet is one of your 300 gr 50-110s I ordered two weeks ago. The grouping with your bullets tightened considerably when I switched to your product.”
— Rick

.510 diameter rifle 50 caliber deer

I've previously bought your bullets for use in my .38-55, .38-72 WCF and .50-100 S.S. rifles in the past. These rifles are very accurate with your bullets -- the .50 caliber Sharps, 450 grain FN caliber proof (one shot, heart, 192 yards - dead on the ground after four steps) is attached.
— William

.510 diameter rifle 50 caliber bullet water buffalo
.510 diameter rifle 50 caliber bullet water buffalo

“Here is a picture of a water buffalo cow i shot in Arnhem land, Northern Territory, Australia. That cow, leading a group of five cows and calves was on the flooded plain not far from the bush. Very difficult to approach, the female water buffalo are a real challenge for the guy using open sight and a caliber like my .50Alaskan. I stalked her for 15m through the bush, close to the plain, at around 55m (60 yards) she became aware of danger, I cocked the hammer of my custom M71 Winchester very silently and gave her a 450grs .035 jacket .510 Hawk FP in the middle of the chest. At the impact she ran for 35m and fell. One shot kill. ……..Thank you for your bullets”

— Dominique Czermann
French outdoor freelance writer

50 BMG (.510 dia.)

Spitzer
700 grains x .035 SPZ $83.50
700 grains x .050 SPZ $92.00

This bullet is a spitzer with a shorter ogive for hunting purposes with a 50 BMG rifle.

.510 diameter rifle 50 bmg bullet

50 BMG 700gr x .035 SPZ

"As a hunting bullet, performance is outstanding, just like the smaller (Hawk bullets)"

— Officer George A. Lainhart
SWAT Sniper

500 Jeffery (.510 dia.)

Special Schuler Design
535 grains x .035 SCH $63.00 c3
535 grains x .065 SCH $106.50 c2

George Schuler of Germany commercially chambered a Mauser bolt action in 500 Jeffery. To accomplish this, he developed a bullet having a special ogive that would feed from the magazine and through the rifle. Today we make the exact bullet for those having one of the George Schuler rifles. The bullets are not a stock item but Hawk will produce them when ordered.

50-110 Winchester (.510)

Flat Point
300 grains x .025 FP $46.00
350 grains x .025 FP $48.00
450 grains x .035 FP $54.50
Hollow Points and .035" jackets by Special Request

The standard 50 caliber flat point bullet has an ogive that will not feed in the lever guns chambered in 50-110 (Model 1886). This special flat point is for the 50-110 rifles and has a much shorter ogive allowing the to be worked through the action. Some prefer this bullet with its wide frontal area for 50 caliber revolvers like the 500 Linebaugh.

50-70 Government (.515 dia.)

Hollow Point
450 grains x .025 HP $54.00

Cowboy Action shooting has made this cartridge more widely used today. We have seen the Cowboy Action shooters hunting with this cartridge and taking game like buffalo and elk in the timber. This Hawk selection is up to the task, with great feedback.

.505 Gibbs (.505 dia.)

Round Nose
400 grains x .035 RN $56.00
400 grains x .050 RN $70.00
500 grains x .035 RN $59.50
500 grains x .050 RN $72.00
535 grains x .065 RN $103.50
600 grains x .050 RN $77.50
600 grains x .065 RN $106.00

At one time the 505 Gibbs had a one weight offering. Today bullet companies have expanded the list but Hawk goes as far as selecting the thickness of the jacket wall recognizing that the variety of game the cartridge is used on runs from elephant and rhino to the very largest plains game with thinner skin.

55 Cal. (.550 dia.)

Round Nose
600 grains x .035 RN $72.00 c2
600 grains x .065 RN $106.00 c2
700 grains x .035 RN $89.50 c2
700 grains x .065 RN $109.50 c2
800 grains x .035 RN $95.00 c2
800 grains x .065 RN $115.00 c2

.577 Cal. (.585 dia.)

Round Nose
560 grains x .035 RN $81.00
560 grains x .065 RN $109.50
600 grains x .035 RN $81.50
600 grains x .065 RN $114.00
650 grains x .035 RN $83.50
650 grains x .065 RN $115.50
750 grains x .035 RN $86.00
750 grains x .065 RN $115.50

14.5 mm (.586 dia.)

Spitzer
1,000 grains x .050 SPZ $168.50 c2
1,000 grain 14.5mm .586 diameter rifle Spitzer bullet

1000 gr. .050 SPZ

600 Nitro (.620 dia.)

Round Nose
900 grains x .035 RN $88.00 c2
900 grains x .050 RN $96.00 c2
900 grains x .065 RN $125.00 c2
1000 grains x .050 RN $102.00 c2
1000 grains x .065 RN $132.50 c2

While this selection is for the 600 Nitro double rifle, the lighter bullet is applicable to the 600 GNR revolvers.

700 Nitro (.700 dia.)

Round Nose
1000 grains x .050 RN $130.00 c2
1000 grains x .065 RN $162.00 c2

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