2016 Sierra Bullets Product Catalog/Poster

Click here to receive a copy of the 2016 Sierra Bullets catalog, which folds out into a 16″ x 21.5″ full color poster featuring all the current Sierra bullets including 10 new bullets for 2016!

Download the 2016 Sierra Bullets Catalog PDF

Please note: We discovered some mistakes made on the new products listed in the 2016 catalog which has already started mailing. We normally list our “top” G1 BC in the catalog for quick comparison to our other bullets in our line. When we added our new bullets to the catalog spread we specified that the “top number” be listed, but that was confused with the “highest” number. So instead of listing the top line (highest velocity) G1 BC as we always do, the highest G1 BC number in the velocity bracket was listed. We only caught this after the catalog was shipping and already printed. All BC’s on our website are listed correctly and have been since they were put up, but they simply grabbed the wrong number when putting them in the catalog. We did catch it before the counter mats were made, so they will be correct on the counter mats.

We are very sorry for any confusion this may cause. Below are the correct BC’s that should have been listed in the catalog for each bullet and the website can be referenced for the full velocity bracketed BC listing for more detailed information.

BCsDon’t miss your chance to stock up on Sierra Gear!  You can even order the paper poster above as a thick foam-backed counter mat for your reloading bench! (The 2016 version will be available in mid-December 2015.)

Click here to shop for Sierra Bullets Gear through our website.

Download the 2016 Sierra Bullets Gear page as a PDF

 

68 Responses to 2016 Sierra Bullets Product Catalog/Poster

  1. David Council says:

    Thank you

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  3. Dave Hickman says:

    Glad to hear you are not affected by Doe Run closing.

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  4. Travis Lewing says:

    Grandson was excited at how he could make bullet at the NRA convention in Houston. Looking forward to teaching him using your reloading parts.

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  5. Tom Prentiss says:

    I have always been impressed with the quality of your products. Many thanks indeed.

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  6. Ed Muise says:

    thank you
    when can we expect to see some .308 spbt 180grian

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    • Hello Ed, I am sorry to say the answer is – not real soon. We are running the plant in backorder status order and even though the #2160 is a popular bullet, compared to our top sellers it does not make it as a top tier bullet. This means it will take longer to get enough backorders to move it up the HUGE list of bullets we are out of and need to run. My guess is it will at least be the 3rd quarter before this makes it onto a press at this point. We are still running 24 hours per day and breaking our own production records weekly, but we have a big hole to get out of and it will just take us some time to do it. Sorry!

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    • Eric says:

      bullet #2160

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  7. Richard Letts says:

    Please Keep Making the 7mm 100 grain HP Thank You.

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  8. Randy Caudle says:

    could you make a 7mm 284 cal bullet for elk 168 thru 175 grain range with g1 bc range 615 thru 660.

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  9. Gord Kwasney says:

    Do you have some load data for a. 307win using 125 grain hps and imr powder

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    • Gord – The .307 Win. is a rimmed version of the 308 Win. You can use 308 data. Start at the minimum loads, but stay at least 2 grains below the listed max loads. Sierra has not published 307 Win. data.

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  10. Robert Dryden says:

    Thank you for your response. Have just spent an hour reading and day dreaming of years past on long range shooting.
    Will Sierrra ever make lead wad cutters for .45 and .38?

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  11. José León says:

    production will the bullet 135gr sierra match king 277?

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    • Hello Jose! Those are coming up the list quick and are actually scheduled next on one of the presses we are running 270 bullets on right now. Should hopefully be on a press this month if all goes well and shipping within weeks of that. Sorry for the shortage, but we are getting closer now!

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  12. Wil Eston says:

    There are still a lot of us shooting the 375 Winchester but your 200 grain bullet is no where to be found. When are you going to start making this bullet? We need it! Thanks!

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    • Wil, sorry to say that will still be a ways out. We are getting more and more caught up all the time, but the .375 has always been a very slow seller. We are running our schedule based on backorders and since these are slower sellers and thus have less backorders – they will be some of the last ones we will run. I would hope that they will still be in 2014, but it could even be early 2015 if things pick back up. Sorry for the shortages!

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  13. Gary Lamoreaux says:

    Loaded 100gr. Sierra .243. 40 gr. Imr 4350 in h&r rifle. 2 inch group at 100 yards.

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  14. Gary Lamoreaux says:

    I loaded 100gr. Pro hunter for h&r rifle in .243 win. 40 gr. Of imr4350 cci primers and oal of .270. Held 2in. Group. Is this a good load for your bullets? I used pro hunters bcause the core locts are also flat base and shot very well. Thank you.

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    • Yes, that should be a good load. A little experimenting with powder charge and OAL might help shrink groups a little, but that depends on finding what the rifle prefers. Thanks – Duane Siercks, Ballistic Technician

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  15. jody topper says:

    Great products

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  16. Thomas M Trayer says:

    I would like to get some decals but you have none for sale on your website…I always use your bullets when it comes to reloading 30-06 shells.

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  17. Jon Womack says:

    I own a new (3 years old) winchester model 70 264 win mag. My dream rifle. I’m also a hand loader. I’m Having problems finding Sierra bullets. Do you have any suggestions?

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    • Hello Jon,

      We are getting more and more caught up every day and running many bullets we have not run for a long period of time. We have 4 presses running 6.5mm right now, so they should be showing up on store shelves in the very near future. Sorry for all the shortages, but we hope they are close to being a thing of the past!

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  18. Jon Womack says:

    I understand. I love this gun it has so many options. I’m currently using Barnes but look forward to trying Sierra.

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  19. Harold Lantz says:

    I have used multiple sizes of Sierra bullets from .224 to .308 for almost 50 years. Can’t find ANY on the shelves or in catalogs now. Common sizes are not in stock anywhere…so where are they going? I guess I should become accustomed to being weaned off quality bullets but am surely disappointed about it. All I hear is, “we’re getting closer” but it’s been this way for months and I do a lot of looking. Yes, I am a spoiled American consumer, but as a businessman I see Sierra market share going down the toilet. What is really happening?

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    • Hello Harold – We have close to 70% of our products back in stock right now and all our most popular calibers have been in stock for months now. A few of our top 10 we have stopped running due to having plenty in stock so we could move on to the lower tier bullets that we have not ran in a while. 2013-2014 were impossible for all bullet companies to keep up with. Any business that experiences a 700% in sales overnight is not going to be able to keep up and that shortage just sparked more panic buying. The shortages were 100% USA retail driven. We sold less to the military in 2013-2014 than we ever have due to the budget cuts. We also shipped more product in 2013-2014 than we ever did (by a long shot) in our 67 years in business. Perhaps you can give me the few products you are looking for and I will see what info I can get for you on them? Apparently you are looking for something we do not have in stock. I will be happy to check it out for you if you will tell me which exact ones you are looking for. Thanks!

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  20. Robert Conley says:

    Great Folks. Great Products ….

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  21. Bob Gorman says:

    I just bought a 25-06 and want to start my experimenting with the Gameking 90gr. HPBT and Gameking 100 Gr. SBT. I noticed I can order the 90gr. on your site, but the 100 gr. seems unavailable. I can get a similar bullet made by your competitor, but Sierra is always my first choice. Can you check on availability for me? Thanks!

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  22. david andrus says:

    Where is Sierra load data located?

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  23. Robert Dorschner says:

    I have been loading Sierra 30 cal. 155 gr. Palma Match bullets. I love them. Do you still make them and changed the name to something else? What do I order now.?

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  24. Bart Lennehan says:

    Is it possible to make your new 168 gr, P/N: 2275 match king bullet with a cannalur? It would work great in my M1A. I have used Sierra bullets for years

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  25. Michael J Hofmeister says:

    I have been using your products for the last 30 years well made
    THANK YOU!!!!!!

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  26. Thanks for making quality bullets. I understand, but somewhat resent you guys not being able to rush production. No doubt I’ll live anyway.

    Thanks for liking my blog. Feel free to argue with me if you don’t agree with specific statements or stances. No one ever learns anything by only dealing with those who agree.

    I will come by and check on this blog regularly. Having too much information is like having too much money. It’s overwhelming at first, but it comes in handy when organized!

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    • Please don’t resent us too much, we have expanded production and truly are trying as hard as possible to push production as much as we can. If you’re ever in our neck of the woods, please come by for the free tour and we’ll prove it. 🙂 And yes, please stay tuned to our blog, we’ll try to post some information you will find useful.

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  27. Morgan Henry says:

    Went out on a limb a purchased 700 175 grain 308 TMK’s. Have been loading 168 and 175 SMK’s for a long time. I need load data for the TMK’s. I use Benchmark and Varget primarily. Also use IMR 4064 on occasions.

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    • We recommend using the same data as you use for the SMK’s. The TMK bullets are a bit longer and you may need to adjust for bullet length situations, but using the standard data just start on the low end and always look for any signs of pressure as you work up the load.

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  28. Doug says:

    I see an earlier comment on the 375 Winchester. The state of Ohio recently added this caliber as an allowed cartridge for rifle hunting. Any idea on when production for your 200 grain will be available? You said early 2015 in mid-2014, but I understand production is a fluid thing. Any update would be great. Thanks.

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  29. Jon Womack says:

    I receive your emails and love to read them. Thought I would just let you know.
    I asked a question sometime ago about my 264 win. Mag. Seems like I cannot find them. This is the newer Winchester and I have loaded several rounds trying to get that 1 hole 3 shot pattern at 200 yards that I think this rifle can do. Have not done it yet but I haven’t tried Sierra yet. Another question is. Is this rifle made to shoot 140 grain? That’s all you can find factory.

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    • Actually, you should be able to use bullet weights from 100 grain to 140 grain with this rifle. The 140 is the most commonly loaded bullet weight in factory offerings because this cartridge tends to be at its best on long range medium to large game animals where the 140 is probably the best choice. – Duane Siercks, Ballistic Technician

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  30. Jon Womack says:

    Has Sierra made these yet? The last I heard it would be about now. That was several months ago.

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  31. Jon says:

    Can I get them local. Tulsa ok ?Or somewhere close?Can I buy them from you direct? Thanks

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  32. Ross says:

    Hi do you sell your green polymer point insert. I currently use your bullet jackets to make special projectiles for a wildcat cartridge.
    Ross.

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  33. Believe this or not. I still have about 1000, of your 180 grs. FMJ that right, FMJ Matchkings that I purchase back in 1960, when you folks was either in Whittier or Santa Fe Springs, that’s how long I’ve been associated with your superb products. God Bless, george Bloemers

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  34. David Arft says:

    Do you have load data on 356 Winchester using 200 gr.Round nose pro hunter bullet. Int or accurate powder Dave Arft

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  35. Jason Schultz says:

    Hello, i have recently purchased the 5th edition manual but i fail to see any data on the 6.5 Creedmoor

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  36. THOMAS FRASE says:

    when is #6 coming out

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  37. THOMAS FRASE says:

    when you get shot and on the market I hope there will be info on the 250 sav for modern bolt action s either way I’ll be one of the first to buy one

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  38. Philip Gurrera says:

    Can you tell me when I will be able to get reloading information for a 6mm creedmoor?

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  39. THOMAS FRASE says:

    get a 6mm Remington or the improved with higher velocity and better case availability

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  40. THOMAS FRASE says:

    get a 6mm Remington or the improved with higher velocity and better case availability I might suggest a faster twist though

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