This round’s 168 grain TSX is made out of copper. Copper is less dense than lead, so the TSX is longer than usual. The pressure relieving grooves cleverly machined into its shank reduce how much contact the long bullet makes with the barrel to reduce copper fouling. The precision machined TSX is exceptionally well balanced, which alongside its low drag profile and boat tail makes its trajectory as flat as an ironing board.
A copper bullet isn’t just nice to the environment. It also retains its weight far better than if it had a core and jacket which could separate, so the TSX punches right through a quarry’s substantial bulk. The TSX’s deep set nose cavity brings about unconventional expansion – rather than simply mushroom, it sticks out four sharp cutting petals which rend any tissue they connect with.
Remington loads according to the industry’s loftiest standards when they have the pleasure of loading a TSX. That’s reloadable brass, clean burning propellant, and a non-corrosive primer, all meticulously crafted and assembled according to tight tolerances.
This round has a muzzle velocity of 2,730 fps. Its muzzle energy is 2,781 ft lbs, and its ballistic coefficient is 0.404.
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