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Barnes Buster Bullets Layton UT

Local resource for Barnes Buster bullets in Layton. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to hunting bullets, lever rifle bullets, handgun bullets, Barnes Buster bullet retailers, and lead-core bullets, as well as advice and content on hunting safety.

Baco, Inc
801876271
One Browning Place
Morgan, UT
 
Browning
801876271
One Browning Place
Morgan, UT
 
Jensen Drug & Floral Inc
435528349
77 S Main
Gunnison, UT
 
Joe'S Repair
435623052
25 So East Sheeplane Dr
Nephi, UT
 
Jim'S Gun Shop
435637630
895 N 500 E
Price, UT
 
Browning Arms Company
801876271
One Browning Place
Morgan, UT
 
Triple H Outfitters, Llc
435748555
225 W 500 S
Orangeville, UT
 
Mc Pawn
435529331
131 East Main
Salina, UT
 
Special Order Stores
435251877
345 E 1575 S
Washington, UT
 
Wal-Mart Supercenter #1573
435637671
255 S Hwy 55
Price, UT
 

Barnes Buster Bullets

Deep Penetrating Hunting Bullets for Handguns and Lever Rifles.

Barnes offers new heavy-for-caliber handgun and lever rifle bullets intended for hunting bear, wild boar, moose, bison, buffalo and other large—even dangerous—game. The bullet features a thick copper jacket and a heavy lead core, resulting in minimal expansion, deep penetration and maximum weight retention.

This premium hunting bullet combines bone-crushing power with pass-through penetration. Unlike conventional expanding bullets, the Barnes Busters track straight without deflection. These tough bullets are specifically designed to deliver maximum penetration, even in large game. In one field test, a Barnes Buster fired from a .45-70 T/C Encore drove completely through an American bison, anchoring it on the spot.

These cannelured, heavy-for-caliber bullets drive deep through dense muscle and bone. Bullets remain intact—jackets won’t separate from the core. Great for hunting hogs and tough, heavy game; it’s the ideal bullet for those who carry handguns for protection against bears in Alaska and other wilderness areas....

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