Despite what its name suggests, a full metal jacket bullet isn’t fully covered by its jacket. Its lead core’s base is exposed to hot, combusting propellant, which is why it emits toxic gas during ignition. The total metal jacket (aka total metal case) does live up to its name, however, which is why you can count on this ammo to keep lead out of your lungs where it doesn’t belong.
This round also does a fine job of conserving a firearm’s accuracy by reducing barrel fouling. Not only does its 125 grain TMJ avert lead fouling, but Ammo Inc.’s proprietary Hyperclean Technology also minimizes carbon fouling resulting from propellant combustion. This American-made ammo is brass-cased and reloadable, and it’s a safe choice for lever actions in addition to revolvers.
Review by Brian
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