Because cartridge brass is more rigid than copper, Tula is able to give this round’s bullet a thinner jacket to save on production costs. This is a hollow point bullet, but it’s not going to expand as dramatically as a pistol’s hollow point would as it penetrates soft tissue. It still does plenty of damage, of course, which you’ll find useful if you must ever wield your AR in self-defense.
This round’s steel shell casing is coated in a thin layer of polymer. That will protect it from gradually rusting due to humidity, and also improve the reliability with which it cycles through a semi-auto. This ammo features non-corrosive Berdan primers that will protect your action and bore from rotting out just because you like to shoot a lot.
Posted On: 4/6/2020 By: Nathan