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Since our beginning in 1895, Brenneke has been the technical leader in the development of hunting bullets and slugs. We set the wheels in motion for developing modern, powerful hunting projectiles over 112 years ago, and continue to do so today.
We are the only renowned hunting cartridge, slug and bullet manufacturer still German-owned and headquartered in Germany. We are still owned by the family of the company’s founder.
In the past, Brenneke was purely a manufacturer of hunting projectiles-slugs and bullets. We sold our products throughout the world to renowned ammunition manufacturers, who loaded them into their own products.
So that we could better cater to the demands of the hunter, we decided some years ago to manufacture fully loaded ammunition ourselves. Therefore, in shops around the world, you will find products of various manufacturers containing our bullets and slugs, as well as our own Original Brenneke loaded cartridges.
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What we offer:
The choice of the right bullet is of absolute importance if you want to hunt successfully.
Brenneke offers two different types of bullets. TIG and TUG are so-called binuclear partial fragmentation projectiles. With these bullets, the softer front core fragments in the body of the game while the harder rear core remains intact and often exits the body.
The TOG bullet, on the other hand, is designed for maximum penetration and expansion. As such, it works through controlled mushrooming, retaining almost all of its original weight.
The lead-free TAG bullet is a highly effective alternative to ordinary rifle bullets. It answers the demands of hunters for a devastatingly efficient projectile suitable for a wide range of game and distances.
All have superb accuracy and devastating performance. This assures fatal results, even with less-than-perfect shot placement, on large, heavy bodied game, and at longer ranges. This high reserve of performance allows Brenneke rifle bullets to be used universally on almost all types of game in the world.
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