This round’s 230 grain projectile is the standard for its caliber, and is jacketed with an alloy of 90 percent copper and 10 percent zinc. That ductile yet tough coating lets this bullet to reliably work its way toward a threat’s vitals, even if they’re protected by a thick layer of fabric. Its jacket further works to make certain the bullet’s hollow point nose cavity can reliably do its job, which is to say expand rapidly to create a simply catastrophic wound channel.
Sellier & Bellot is an ancient company. You only get to enjoy that distinction by making good ammo. As such it’s not just this round’s bullet which deserves applause -- its strong brass casing, sensitive Boxer primer, and reliable propellant charge will all add value the next time you’re at the range or on the street.
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