Each round in this box of 20 fires a 265 grain projectile at a muzzle velocity of 2,800 feet per second from a 26 inch test barrel. This combination of a heavy bullet fired at a high velocity is typical for the .338 Lapua and delivers the impressive terminal effect (and recoil) that you'd expect from such a powerful cartridge.
This ammunition is loaded in Sturgis, South Dakota and uses reloadable brass and non-corrosive Boxer primers. Corbon's DPX series uses lead-free projectiles that are solid performers in their own right and can be used where lead-core ammo is prohibited.
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