The "Seneca" series is a turned copper projectile designed with the most demanding competitors in mind. These projectiles are the epitome of performance with their high BC, lower weight and sleek profiles. The bullet designs are all measured via acoustic chronograph and/or Doppler radar for the utmost in confidence of the equipment. The bullets are designed to be used in a broad range of competition calibers and magazines. As compared to other monolithics or hybrid construction projectiles these exhibit better form factors, better repeatability, lower weight and higher BC's. Not only are the trajectories better with these projectiles but the overall performance aids the competitor in "shootability" with reduced recoil for the performance gained.
Each bullet is individually turned on high precision lathes and measured to ensure the utmost in consistency. These projectiles are not bulk washed/tumbled or other bulk-medthod processed to ensure that the sleek profiles are not damaged after machining is completed.
For example, using the 6mm 100gr Seneca and a conventional 105gr jacketed bullet design in comparison the Seneca performance allows a 6mm Dasher or 6mm BR-A shooter to force a 105gr jacketed shooter to push their bullet over 3500fps to attain the same wind call.
Optimal Freebore: 0.105"-0.140"
G1 BC average = 0.632*
G7 BC average = 0.311*
*The average BC was measured using 7tw 5R rifled barrels and being shot at approximately 3070fps. Different rifling geometry and muzzle velocity will affect the BC in a nominal manner.
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TNF stands for Trajectory Normalizing Factor. It is a simplification used to accurately estimate the potential of firearms trajectories across calibers and weight ranges without the complexity of running a ballistic calculator.
TNF = Muzzle Velocity * Ballistic Coefficient
See the Patriot Valley Arms article on TNF.
Seneca G7 BC = 0.318
105gr Jacketed bullet G7 BC = 0.271
For a 3050fps Seneca load we have a TNF value of 0.318*3050=970
To equate that TNF value with the 105gr bullet it would need to be traveling at least 3,579 fps!
Test packages of 50ct bullets are available however the best pricing of course comes with larger volumes. Volumes of 500pcs or more will be filled in bulk packages not in 100ct boxes.
6mm Seneca requires a 1:7tw barrel. We cannot accept returns of projectiles due to liability reasons.
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In my 6mm GT I like that they seat long in the throat allowing me to seat them at the shoulder neck junction where other bullets of this length are seated below the neck shoulder junction because they have less bullet tip that is past the ogive. 100gr and same G7 as 115 bullets. Only con is the price point. Wish they were in the 30’s.