RWS centerfire rifle cartridges in calibre 7x64

RWS centerfire rifle cartridges in calibre 7x64

The 7x64 is an all-round cartridge for Central Europe. It can be used in the mountains just as well as for short hunting distances in the woods. It is suitable for medium-sized to heavy cloven-hoofed game like wild sheep, chamois or ibex. 

The 7x64 is a balanced high-powered medium cartridge with an extended trajectory. Due to the wide range of bullets available from RWS, it can be adapted very well to any kind of hunting purpose. 

RWS RWS 7x64 HIT 9,1g

Field of applications

Highly suited Highly suited Highly suited Red deer, Fallow deer, Wild boar, Chamois, Roe deer
Well qualified Well qualified Elk, Oryx, Badger, Fox
Suitable Bear
50m 100m 150m 200m 250m 300m
100m 50m -0.8 100m 150m -2.8 200m -9.5 250m -20.6 300m -36.4
MRD 188m 50m 1.2 100m 4.0 150m 3.3 200m -1.5 250m -10.5 300m -24.4
BC-Value: 0.409

Properties

Type of bullet: Leaded / Leadfree Leadfree deformation bullet
Characteristics Superior penetration - leadfree!
Grain Light
Preservation of the game's meat
Very high
Stopping effect
High
Recoil
Weak
Penetration
High
Likeliness of exit hole
Certain
Cutting of hair at point of impact
No

Velocity

0m 50m 100m 150m 200m 250m 300m
mV [m/s] 0900 50861 100824 150787 200752 250717 300678

Energy

0m 50m 100m 150m 200m 250m 300m
mE [J] 03673 503362 1003079 1502809 2002565 2502331 3002116

RWS Rifle Cartridge with HIT Bullet (lead-free, stable-mass)

7x64

This brand new RWS HIT bullet was developed as a lead-free alternative for hunters who prefer to use non-fragmenting rounds. Despite this new lead-free bullet’s quick response, the expanding segment retains a stable mass. This guarantees deep penetration and reliable exiting even at high impact velocities and/or greater target resistances - such as hits on bone. The bullet’s superior properties fully come into play when used on larger game.  

In contrast to a fragmentation round, the lead-free and stable-mass RWS HIT bullet releases its kinetic energy in the body of the target through 100 % non-fragmentation. As a consequence, you can get the most out of the game you take down.  

As with all RWS rifle cartridges, the new HIT round also combines the usual advantages associated with our brand: it’s reliably effective, precise, causes less wear and tear on the barrel and is cutting-edge in design. RWS HIT Matrix – our cutting-edge bullet design:  

RWS TC Tip (bullet tip with 2 hollow chambers)The innovative bullet tip from RWS HIT serves two important functions: Its streamlined shape gives it has an improved BC value and longer trajectory. That, in turn, means: higher bullet velocity and greater impact energy.The interaction between the two hollow chambers produces lightning fast expansion across the entire front-end of the bullet. That guarantees a high shock effect and ensures game is brought down on the spot.  

RWS ACC (hollow-point bullet design)The Active Crater Cavity (ACC) provides for optimum absorption of the initial deformation triggered by the TC tip, which acts to further accelerate the deformation process. This results in perfect, fragment-free expansion with predetermined spreading immediately upon impact.

RWS HIT at a glance:

  •  lead-free hunting ammunition
  •  avaiilable in calibre 270 Win., .270 WSM, 7 mm Rem. Mag., 7x64, 7x65 R, .308 Win., .308 Win. Short Rifle, .30-06, .300 Win. Mag., 8x57 JS, 8x57 JRS, 8x68 S, 9,3x62, 9,3x74 R and 10,3x68 Mag.
  • stable-mass deformation bullet
  • deep penetration and reliable exit wound
  • high imact velocities
  • best preservation of venison
  • cartridge for strong game
RWS HIT

Structure of the HIT bullet   

  1. RWS ACC (Active Crater Cavity) for actively accelerated mushrooming and high shock effect
  2. RWS TC tip (Twin Compression Tip): with 2 cavities for initial deformation and flat trajectory
  3. Nickel-plated, solid copper projectile with extremely high BC value
  4. Boat tail base for flexibility and in-flight stability
  5. Performance grooves for better delivery

 

 

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