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How powerful is a 17 HMR?
. 17 HMR, 17-grain V-MAX, 2,550 fps, 245 ft-lbs ME.
What is the 17 HMR round good for?
While this round is a little much for varmint hunting or small game like squirrel and rabbit up close, it is perfect for taking down larger animals such as raccoon, opossum and fox. Long-range prairie dogs with an accurate bolt action rifle would be great for the . 17 HMR, just not too long of a range.
Can you hunt deer with a 17 HMR?
The question is “Can you go deer hunting with a 17 HMR rifle?” The answer is a categorical no you can not hunt deer with a 17 HMR. Only a criminally negligent poacher would take a shot at any animal larger than a coyote with a . 17 HMR. A 17 HMR is woefully inadequate to take a deer ethically.
Can you shoot 17 win Super Mag in a 17 HMR?
Can I shoot 17 WSM ammo in a 17 HMR rifle? No, you can’t safely fire . 17 WSM cartridges from a rifle chambered in . 17 HMR cartridge is 26,000 pounds.
How far can a 17 HMR shoot?
To what range is the . 17 HMR capable of shooting? We routinely shoot our . 17 HMR rifles to 200 yards and will shoot out to 300 yards in calm conditions.
What does HMR 17 stand for?
17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire
Source(s): Hornady. . 17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire, commonly known as the . 17 HMR, is a rimfire rifle cartridge developed by Littleman Mitchell in 2002.
What is a .17 HMR rifle good for?
As such it is suitable for precision target shooting, small game hunting and varmint hunting. Based off the venerable old .22 magnum, the .17 HMR filled a need for a small caliber high performance rimfire round. The most common choice for .17 HMR rifles are bolt action target rifles.
Which is the best.17 HMR bolt-action rifle?
Savage 93R17 BTVS Bolt-Action Rimfire Rifle. This .17 HMR rifle is one of the best rifles if you’re on a budget.
What is a 17 caliber pistol?
.17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire , commonly known as the .17 HMR, is a rimfire rifle cartridge developed by the ammunition company Hornady in 2002. It was developed by necking down a .22 Magnum case to take a .17 caliber (4.5 mm) projectile.