Speer Adds to Hunting Rifle Bullet Line

The new Grand Slam bullets for reloaders come in three new calibers and weights.

With a tapered, precision-drawn jacket and a long nose, Grand Slam is engineered to blow through the thick hides, heavy bones and tough bodies of the world’s biggest game
With a tapered, precision-drawn jacket and a long nose, Grand Slam is engineered to blow through the thick hides, heavy bones and tough bodies of the world’s biggest game.mfg photo

A new line of hunting rifle bullets from Speer will soon be on shelves for reloaders.

The company’s expansive line of bullets now includes 140-grain 6.5mm, 100-grain 243 caliber, and 20-grain 257 caliber.

With a tapered, precision-drawn jacket and a long nose, Grand Slam is engineered to blow through the thick hides, heavy bones and tough bodies of the world’s biggest game—without sacrificing accuracy. On impact, internal jacket flutes allow consistent expansion, yet the bullet retains most of its weight for deep penetration every time.

Speer's new hunting bullets comes in 50-count packs.
Speer's new hunting bullets comes in 50-count packs.mfg photo

Features and Benefits

  • New 6.5mm, 243 cal. and 257 cal. offerings
  • A tapered, precision-drawn jacket
  • Internal jacket flutes
  • Long nose profile for flatter trajectories
  • Exceptional accuracy
  • 50-count packs

Prices:

  • 6.5mm .264 cal. 140-grain Grand Slam SP 50-count / $29.95
  • 243 cal. 100-grain Grand Slam SP 50-count / $29.95
  • 257 cal. 120-grain Grand Slam SP 50-count / $33.95