Newer shooters are often confused by this type of bullet – a hollow point that doesn’t expand. The opening in this 168 grain bullet’s tip simply shows that its core hardened in place inside of its concentric jacket, making it incredibly well distributed, and also that its based is jacketed. The HPBT bullet’s needle-like nose profile and tapered boat tail base both turn up its ballistic coefficient significantly, giving it the added velocity and resistance to wind drift it needs to remain accurate over longer distances.
Black Hills wouldn’t waste their efforts by loading with inferior components. Look at this round’s new production brass shell casing, non-corrosive primer, and exactly measured propellant charge as examples of a top tier manufacturer’s work. Black Hills closely inspected each of these 100 cartridges to ensure you will enjoy 100 consistent, accurate shots.
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