Norma USA Performance Ammunition

Norma USA has announced two new lines of hunting ammunition: Norma African PH and Norma American PH. The American line includes just about every popular hunting round, and some not so popular rounds from .243 Win. to .338 Lapua Mag. The African line includes all the popular shoulder bruisers from .375 H&H Mag, my favorite, to the almost twice as powerful .500 Jeffery.

Norma’s American PH line is designed and engineered specifically for the demands of the American sportsman. The new line-up of precision-grade ammunition features high-performance, bullet and powder combinations in fifty-calibers from .243 Win. to .340 Weatherby and all the best hunting calibers in between. Norma cases are precision manufactured to deliver superior accuracy and carefully inspected to ensure proper bullet seating and primer pocket alignment. Only the best in powder charges are used to achieve the maximum ballistic performance of any combination.

The Norma African PH ammunition, designed for stopping a determined charge from one of Africa’s Big Five is now available through Norma USA and shipping from the US warehouse to all major US retailers. This highly acclaimed line-up was developed with the aim to optimize traditional ballistic criteria, which in turn, are responsible for the most important criterion of all – stopping power. The Norma African PH line up is comprised of 23 combinations from .375 Flanged Mag Nitro Express to .505 Mag Gibbs.



Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • What is this, a paid advert? Sounds like a press release. Why is it here?

  • ImCereal

    I think this is great info and I’m happy to know about it.

  • Doesitmatter?

    Human creativity, ehm? No limits.

  • Todd

    Is this Norma USA ammo and components made in Sweden and shipped here, or did they build a USA manufacturing facility? Or are they sub-contracting the production to a major USA maker like Federal or some other company just using Norma specs and materials requirements?