The "Cayuga" series is a turned copper projectile designed with the most demanding hunters in mind. These projectiles are the epitome of long range, precision hunting 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 hunting 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.
The traditional factors of tough bullet construction (weight retention) and deep penetration are demonstrated aptly with the Cayuga series. For example the 122gr 6.5mm has been tested in 10% gel to penetrate nearly 27" and retain over 90% of its weight. This makes it an ideal projectile for long shots on the biggest deer species in the world, shots which would otherwise require a large, heavy recoiling magnum rifle or simply unreasonable to attempt. The 123 Cayuga has multiple elk to its credit already using only a 6.5 Creedmoor during the test program. See the online article here.
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.
Optimal Freebore: 0.120"-0.180"
G1 BC average = 0.65*
G7 BC average = 0.31*
*The average BC was measured using 8tw 5R rifled barrels and being shot at approximately 2740fps. Different rifling geometry and muzzle velocity will affect the BC in a nominal manner.
Test packages of 50ct bullets are available however the best pricing of course comes with larger volumes. Volumes of 250pcs or more will be filled in bulk packages not in 50ct boxes.
7mm Cayuga 151 requires a 1:9tw barrel. We cannot accept returns of projectiles due to liability reasons.
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Can't wait to them loaded. Very consistent length and wait.
Running these in a 24" supressed 7 rem mag with RL 26, and they like speed......3390 from this rig. This year we took several pronghorn, a mule deer, and two elk with this load, and performance was fantastic on all. Never recovered a bullet, including a lengthwise penetration of a large colorado mulie, and trauma was substancial with minimal meat damage. On several animals we found secondary wound channels and exits from nose petals, very good terminal performance so far. Confirmed bc out to 1100 yards, and they shoot half MOA or better. Good choice here, and they will run fast from my experience.
This bullet looks really good. Also a solid copper one, what I was looking for. Using this bullet in my 28 Nosler. The group size was 0.224 MOA. Can’t wait to shot into a deer to see the performance.
Took a great color phase black bear boar with the 7MM 151GR CAYUGA and my 28 Nosler. Bullet performance? Honestly couldn't ask for better. The double-lunged boar expired faster than I've ever seen a bear expire. Really happy with how these shoot and their terminal performance on game!
Best hunting bullets ive used and not scared of any failures. I killed a mule deer at 472 and bull elk at 372. Both 1 shot kills. The buck took a step down hill and slid 10 feet down mountain. The bull i made a shot farther back he took a step to run and still only went maybe 50 yards. Huge damage on both. Im sticking with these
Bought them for my 28 Nosler. Dose Brandon have any load data for this? Please email me at <redacted> Thanks
Been messing with a very stubborn 28 Nosler for quite some time. Couldn't get much better than 1 moa out of the rifle, with a wide range of bullets. Gave these a shot before selling or rebarreling to a different cartridge. Turns out the rifle loves these bullets and was grouping sub .5 moa with many of the first loads I tried.