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 Norma Oryx:
- Thin forward jacket section
- Core soldered into jacket
- Pure lead core
- Thick rear jacket section
- Crimping increases dependability
Bonding involves soldering together the bullet jacket and core to produce a uniform structure preventing
separation or fragmentation on impact, even after
striking dense bone.

Oryx means good accuracy, massive mushrooming and high residual weight. This bonded design suits the all-round hunter who wishes to simplify the choice of cartridge for hunting. Oryx is available in most calibres from 222 Remington to 375 H&H Magnum. Thanks to its excellent performance, in a very few years Oryx has become the most popular of the Norma bullets.

Bullet Impact:

                   
 Norma Oryx, 30-06, 11.7 g / 180 gr                Norma Oryx, 30-06, 10,7 g / 165 gr
       V0 823 m/s, V100 722 m/s                                             V0 m/s, V100 m/s
      Shooting Distance: 25 Yards                                    Shooting Distance: 25 Yards

One of the most rapid opening of the bonded core bullets available on the market today, yet still giving deep penetration necessary
for poor angle shots. The Oryx is intended for larger game or use at higher velocities.

 

Loaded in the calibres: 222 Rem, 223 Rem, 220 Swift, 22-250 Rem, 6 mm, BR 6XC, 243 Win, 6,5x55, 6,5-284, 270 Win, 270 WSM, 7x57 R 7x57, 7x65 R, 280 Rem, 7x64, 7 mm Rem Mag, 7 mm Blaser Mag, 7,5x55 Swiss, 308 Win, 30-06, 300 WSM, 308 Norma Mag, 300 Win Mag, 300 Blaser Mag, 8x57 JRS, 8x57 JS, 338 Win Mag, 338 Blaser Mag, 35 Whelen, 358 Norma Mag, 9,3x57, 9,3x62, 9,3x74R, 375 H&H Mag, 375 Blaser Mag