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It's apparent Hornady tried to optimize the 73 ELD so the ogive is closer to the lands and the bearing surface has been located such that as much of the bearing surface as possible is engaged in the neck when loaded to AR mag length.What type of bullets are used in the Hornady A-Max?
Each cartridge is loaded with either Hornady ® A-MAX ® bullets, our high-performance boattail hollow points, or the new, radically superior ELD ® Match bullets. Stringent quality control ensures proper bullet seating, consistent charges and pressures, optimal velocity, consistent overall length and repeatable accuracy.What is the difference between a 73 Eld and a 70 RDF?
Ogive of the RDF will be right at or slightly into the neck when loaded to AR mag length, but the 73 ELD is right there too. The big difference between the two is that the 70 RDF has a 0.211 G7, nearly the same as a 75 Amax, compared to the 73 ELD at 0.195 G7.Why choose Hornady® match™ ammo?
With extremely tight tolerances and strict quality control, all Hornady ® Match™ ammunition features superior lot-to-lot consistency. From the bullet seating to the optimal charges and velocities, Hornady ® Match™ ammunition is designed to live up to company founder, J.W. Hornady's original goal: "Ten bullets through one hole."