Federal Premium Safari Cape-Shok .458 Winchester Magnum 500 Grain Trophy Bonded Bear Claw

The .458 Winchester Magnum is one of the most powerful handgun cartridges in the world. With a muzzle energy of 4849 lb-ft, this cartridge is capable of sending a heavy projectile at speeds of up to 2190 fps – fast enough to penetrate almost any target.

The .458 Winchester Magnum was originally developed for the hunting of dangerous game in Africa and the American desert. Over time, it has become one of the most popular calibers for hunting big game in North America, and is especially popular among safari hunters.

The .458 Winchester Magnum is a very powerful cartridge, and even a small mistake can have serious consequences.

Federal’s P458T2 ammunition is designed to deliver maximum performance with a minimum of recoil. This ammo is specifically formulated for use in handguns chambered in .458 Winchester Magnum, and is made with nickel-plated brass casings and a Trophy Bonded Bear Claw bullet.

The copper-jacketed Bear Claw bullet is designed to provide maximum weight retention and knockdown power. This ammunition is perfect for hunters who are looking for a heavy-hitting, powerful cartridge to take on the biggest game in North America.

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Manufacturer: Federal
Model Number: P458T2
Ammo Bullet Type: Trophy Bonded Bear Claw
Ammo Casing Type: Nickel Plated Brass
Ammo Bullet Weight: 500 grain
Ammo Round Count: 20/Box
Caliber Multi: .458 Winchester Magnum
Muzzle Energy: 4849 lb/ft
Muzzle Velocity: 2090 fps
Application: Safari
Series/Collection: Premium Safari Cape-Shok
Ballistic Coefficient: 0.282
TS Dimensions Length: 1.322″
Bullet Material: Copper


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