A good range load doesn’t have to deliver the terminal ballistics requisite for efficiently neutralizing a threat. A bullseye can give you a paper cut, but that’s about the only threat it poses. That’s why this ammo is loaded with good old-fashioned full metal jackets, which haven’t got hollow point nose cavities that would make them (A) expand, and (B) more expensive. The bullet has a solid lead core, and a hard copper-alloy shell that makes it (A) feed smoothly, (B) reduce barrel fouling, and (C) nonmagnetic.
Fiocchi’s ammo has the important little touches, including (A) propellant that burns up clean to conserve firearm accuracy, (B) noncorrosive Boxer primers, and (C) reloadable brass cases. That’s why you should (A) get your wallet, (B) order a case, and (C) look forward to getting out to the range real soon!
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