.30 Caliber/7.62mm (.308) 110 gr. HPThere is only one 30 caliber Varminter rifle bullet in Sierra's line. This 110 grain #2110 Hollow Point also is the largest caliber Varminter bullet in Sierra's line. It will withstand exceptionally high velocities and can be loaded in all 30 caliber cartridges, including magnums. It is extremely accurate and has been used by some Hunter Benchrest competitors. It offers explosive expansion on varmints and small game at velocities achievable with the full range of 30 caliber cartridges. This is an ideal bullet to choose for off-season practice on varmints with any 30 caliber hunting rifle.
In handguns, Sierra's Hollow Point construction in the 110 grain #2110 bullet guarantees expansion, even at moderate velocity levels. Expansion will not be explosive but is acceptable for varmints and small game. Capable of extraordinary accuracy, this is an excellent light bullet for most 30 caliber single shot pistols.
The #2110 was introduced in 1958.
|Dia. (inches)||Weight (grains)||Sectional Density||Ballistic Coefficients and Velocity Ranges|
.177 @ 2800 fps and above
.188 between 2800 and 2000 fps
.204 between 2000 and 1350 fps
.215 @ 1350 fps and below
Price: $29.73Stock Code: 2110
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*Sierra Bullets does not sell any loaded ammunition. What you are purchasing are bullets only and will need to be loaded into ammunition in order to be fired from a firearm. Prices, specifications and availability are subject to change without notice. We reserve the right to correct typographic, photographic and/or descriptive errors.
||Travis W of San Antonio, Texas||February 17, 2018|
|308Win Lapua brass, CCI-200, 50gr 8208XBR Kimber Mtn 84M, 1/10 twist, 24in barrel Conditions: overcast, 60deg, no wind Avg MV = 3255ft/sec, avg dispersion = 7/8” 5-shot groups at 100yds, no fliers or key-holing|
||Jerry J of alto, Georgia||January 1, 2018|
|exalent on deer and varment in a 308|
||Byron C of Taylorsville , Kentucky||June 18, 2017|
|Started using this 110 gr. Back in 1991. My Ruger M77 Mk2 left handed bolt action absolutely loved it. 100 yards zeroed on the 4th shot and next shot went perfectly through previous shot. My best friend said I missed. $20 bet on the hood and I drove the nail into the tree that held the target. Best round in my 300 win mag ever!|
||Walt K of Nashville, Tennessee||March 24, 2017|
|Use these exclusively in my Ruger M77 7.62x39 (.308 bore diameter) for deer. I set the rifle up for my grandson because of mild recoil and then field tested it for him first. Results were three shots from 75-90 yards and three dead deer. Two dropped in place and one went 30 yrds. All shoot throughs with big exit holes.|
||Kendall C of Spicewood, Texas||November 20, 2016|
|I handloaded these for 300 Blackout for use in my AR-15. So far 2 deer down with them. First a buck at 15 yards. Quartered away. Bullet entered near the last rib and exited just behind opposite shoulder. Amazing liver and lung devastation. 60 yard run and dropped. Doe at 65 yards near identical damage. Pretty much destroyed liver and top of heart and both lungs. Bullet did not exit. Skin stopped it just behind the left shoulder. Bullet retained weight was 66 grains with at great mushroom and some jagged copper edges. The shock wave was awesome. Both these deer field dressed <100 lbs. I liked the fact that both opposite shoulders were not destroyed. 100% edible with good shot placement. Beware though of VERY minimal blood trail without a big exit hole. They didn't go far, but I had to search around as I had no trail to follow.|
||bob w of mt top, Pennsylvania||November 9, 2016|
|i tried it on whitetails ( usually close range 50-75yds) & it was like they swallowed a grenade .308 39,9 gr r7 & 91/2|
||John T of Fillmore, California||October 7, 2015|
|My first ever group with this bullet was .5. As that was the best group I have ever shot, up to this time, I stayed with the original load. I will go back and try to improve on this when time allows|
||Tom Z of Overland Park , Kansas||August 7, 2015|
|A friend told me that these make a great little 30-06 round for prairie dogging, so I built a few, refined my recipe, and now my sporter deer rifle hits p-dogs as well as my 22-250 Heavy barrelled Varmint rifle!|
||Jesse S of Smithville, Texas||June 26, 2015|
|Started loading this bullet in my 30.06 for varmints such as coyotes and ground hogs, when I was in my 20's I am 76 years old today. One dear season I grabbed them by mistake and went deer hunting with them have used nothing else for deer since then.|
||Greg B of Adelaide, Australia||January 4, 2014|
|Initial testing in my Remmy SPS Varmint 26" 308 shot a nice 0.5 MOA node at 48.3gr of 2208, should get that down a little more with more testing/tweaking. Good price per 100 too, should make a great varmint load. Cheers|
||James D of Mesa, Arizona||June 22, 2013|
|Bought by mistake, but tried them in a 30 Carb. with 14.0gr H110. How neat they were, good penetration, accuracy better then expected with a Carbine. 1 1/2 inches at 100 yards. Couldn't ask for more from a mistake.|