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Sig Sauer .277 Fury 135 Grain FMJ – 20 Rounds (Box) [NO TAX outside Texas]

$27.95

($1.39 / per round)

Brand:
Cartridge:
277 Sig Fury
Grain Weight:
135 Grains
Quantity:
20 Rounds

Quantity

15 in stock

Ammo Specifications

Brand
Cartridge
277 Sig Fury
Grain Weight
135 Grains
Quantity
20 Rounds
Muzzle Velocity
2750 Feet Per Second
Muzzle Energy
2267 Foot Pounds
Bullet Style
FMJ
Case Type
Brass

Tag:Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)

More Information on Sig Sauer 277 Sig Fury Ammo

Introducing the Sig Sauer .277 Fury FMJ Ammunition: a groundbreaking innovation in the world of tactical and precision shooting. Designed with cutting-edge technology and Sig Sauer’s renowned commitment to quality, this ammunition redefines accuracy, energy, and performance for long-range shooting and hunting applications.

Featuring a 135-grain full metal jacket (FMJ) projectile, the Sig Sauer .277 Fury offers unrivaled accuracy and ballistics, ensuring consistent and precise shot placement. The FMJ design provides excellent structural integrity and weight retention, delivering optimum performance and minimal barrel fouling.

Sig Sauer’s unique Hybrid Ammunition Technology combines the best of both worlds: a high-performance stainless steel base for increased pressure and velocity, and a lightweight brass body for consistent feeding and extraction. This revolutionary design allows the .277 Fury to achieve unparalleled performance, making it the ultimate choice for serious shooters and hunters.

Key Features:

  • Caliber: .277 Fury
  • Bullet Weight: 135 grain
  • Bullet Type: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)
  • Engineered for precision shooting and hunting applications
  • Unrivaled accuracy and ballistics with superior weight retention
  • Hybrid Ammunition Technology: stainless steel base and brass body
  • Increased pressure and velocity for unparalleled performance
  • Made in the USA with strict quality control measures

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