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The "Hawk" Line of cartridges
240, 257, 264, 270, 280, 300, 3200, 338, 358, 375, 411
Hawk Cartridges were developed in the latter part of 1988 by Bob Fulton
(designer of the famous Hawk hunting projectiles) who had an idea to build a rifle
that was suitable for dangerous game, as well as anything in North American with
lower re-coil in an 8 pound rifle.
Each of the first seven Hawk cartridges (
240, 257, 264, 270, 280, 300, 3200) are based
on the 280 Remington case which is slightly longer than the 30-06.
The other 4 Hawk cartridges (338, 358, 375, and 411) were developed by Bob Fulton
and Fred Zeglin (well known Wildcat developer and author). The big four Hawk cases
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338, 358, 375 and 411) are based upon the  30-06 case and  have a powder capacity
approximately 9% greater than the parent (30-06) cartridge by moving the
case shoulder forward and straightening the body taper.
Bob and Fred's goal was to increase  velocity to 2600 fps with a 250 grain projectile,
but they did even better in reality, as they achieved 2700 feet per second.
The Hawk cartridges are considered "Proprietary" cartridges.
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240 Hawk, $6.75
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257 Hawk, $6.75
264 Hawk, $6.75
270 Hawk, $6.75
280 Hawk, $6.75
300 Hawk, $6.75
3200 Hawk,$7.00
338 Hawk, $7.25
358 Hawk, $7.50
375 Hawk, $7.75
411 Hawk, $8.25
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Buy all 11 different Hawk cartridges, for $ 69.95 save $ 8.30 over single price
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We are currently out of stock on all Hawk cartridges
due to availability it maybe some time
before they are back in stock.