Sierra Prairie Enemy Ammunition 22-250 Remington 50 Grain

(15 customer reviews)


Sierra’s Prairie Enemy Sierra Prairie Enemy Ammunition Vermont and Predator ammunition was specially created to provide legendary blitz asking accuracy and destructive terminal performance in an economical package for high-volume shots and shooting situations.


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Sierra Ammunition Sierra Prairie Enemy Ammunition has announced the new family of Prairie Enemy Vermont and Hunting cartridge radiators. Debuting in .204 Ruger, .223 Rem., .224 Valkyrie and .243 Win, each Prairie Enemy cartridge features a blitz kucking bullet tip, designed to match Vermont with the same sierra prairie enemy 223 55 grain accuracy and explosive expansion in small game. . For more information on this new family of ammunition,

What kind of ammunition does for the enemy?

The Prairie Enemy is loaded with the same dedication to reliability and performance. Sierra is famous for Vermont and Enemy Number One for Hunters! This ammunition is a newly manufactured, reusable, non-corrosive, boxer primed, nickel-plated brass case. Federal Premium Prairie Storm Ammunition 16 Gauge for online.

What kind of bullets are in the Ruger Prairie foe?

Sierra 204 Ruger offers a 36-grain blitzing bullet with ammunition 223, a respectable 223 55 grain G1 B.C. of .255. Consistently fly fast, hit hard, and deliver the exact results you’ve come to expect from Sierra. This is what Prairie Doug did with the nightmare. Click to see the trajectory graph.

15 reviews for Sierra Prairie Enemy Ammunition 22-250 Remington 50 Grain

  1. Avery (verified owner)

    Use for target and coyote load. Shoots 3/5 inch MOA in both 243 and 30-06.

  2. Mateo (verified owner)

    I have always rated Hornady the number one brand for varment ammo!

  3. Aadarsh (verified owner)

    love this ammo

  4. Daniel (verified owner)

    relatively good price and I have had good results using other calibers with the PPU head stamp.

  5. Dominic (verified owner)

    sighting in gun/scope with this ammo, I was able to achieve grouping at 100 yards that you could cover with a nickel. Only shot one coyote at 60 yards with it so far, but it put a huge hole in the hide, rendering it useless, other than eliminating one more coyote from the area.

  6. Charles (verified owner)

    Used in a customers Savage 22-250 after putting a new barrel on it. Great groups I had (four) 3 round groups of 3/4 inch at 100 yards.

  7. Bryan (verified owner)

    Range shooting for now. Accuracy was what I expected.

  8. Kayden (verified owner)

    Always accurate

  9. Lucas (verified owner)

    I have shot 4 coyotes in the last month. This round is dead on at 200 yards. There was a small entrance wound and no exit wound. The pelt is not damaged. I will be buying more shortly.

  10. Aadarsh (verified owner)

    Great for target and varmint hunting!

  11. Max (verified owner)

    Ammo from Prvi has been good in .243, .25-06, .270, .308 & 30-06 over last 5 years. Shot as well or better than more expensive ammo. However, this has not grouped well in my H&R Handi rifle (24″ 1:14 twist), maybe 2-3″ at 100 yards. Gun has a 5# trigger and this is part of the problem. I did chrony 7 rounds or an avg of 3645 FPS at 12′ but extractor only worked on 4 of 10 shots. Removing with cleaning rod required good whack and breaking open action was stiff, it was 80-85F and sunny so this maybe causing a pressure problem. Still good ammo for $$ and would buy again and try in cooler weather

  12. Robert (verified owner)

    Shot out of a Savage Axis. Proved to be very accurate. Didn’t take long to sight in a rifle. Will definitely buy again.

  13. Mason (verified owner)

    I gave this a 5 star rating for a few simple reasons. Cost, almost the cheapest ammo available and still good quality. Accuracy, was able to shoot sub MOA groups with this ammunition. Brass, for being a bargain brand the quality of the brass for reloading is fantastic (better than Remington or Winchester as long as you weigh them into lots). I have reloaded this brass 5 times and so far have not had any issues with brass fatigue, cracking, or brittleness. The only thing you need to keep your eye on is the primer pockets, they seem to be a bit deeper than other brands. Specifics, I fired these through my Remington 700 VTR, these bullets grouped around .8 inches, my tuned handloads usually come in about .4 inches at 100yds (using this brass with 40gr bullets). I plan to purchase more of this ammunition when my existing brass finally calls it quits.

  14. Daniel (verified owner)

    Shot well from my rifle. Keep the brass it is nice to reload also

  15. Matthew (verified owner)

    Extremely accurate in my 22-250. Very consistant Groups. Sub moa every time.

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