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Federal

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Federal P730A Vital-Shok 7mmX30 Waters Sierra GameKing BTSP 120 GR 20Bx/10Cs

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$26.00

20 Rounds
$1.30 cost per round

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Federal Ammo Premium 7-30 Waters 120gr.Btsp-FN 20-Pack

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$28.00

20 Rounds
$1.40 cost per round

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Hornady

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Hornady LEVERevolution 7-30 Waters 120 gr Flex Tip eXpanding 20 Bx/ 10 Cs

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$33.00

20 Rounds
$1.65 cost per round

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Hornady

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Hornady Ammo Leverevolution 7-30 Waters 120Gr Ftx 20-Pack 81569

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$36.00

20 Rounds
$1.80 cost per round

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.7-30 Waters Ammo

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The 7-30 Waters cartridge was originally a wildcat cartridge developed by author Ken Waters in 1976 to give better performance to lever-action rifle shooters than the parent .30-30 Winchester cartridge, by providing a higher velocity and flatter trajectory with a smaller, lighter bullet. By 1984, Winchester introduced a Model 94 rifle chambered for the 7-30 Waters, establishing it as a commercial cartridge. In 1986, Thompson/Center began chambering 10-inch, 14-inch, and 20-inch Contender barrels for the cartridge.