This round’s 180 grain bullet is made of pure copper (technically pure copper alloy, although lead-free nevertheless). A monolithic bullet’s advantages aren’t limited to its legal compliance in certain jurisdictions. It conserves accuracy by preventing lead residue buildup. It promotes deeper penetration by completely avoiding core/jacket separation. It even keeps meat uncontaminated by tiny shards of toxic lead.
So long as this round’s 0.330 G1 BC bullet collides with its target at a velocity of 1,800 fps or faster, it will undergo terminal expansion. The wide, deep wound channel will drop a deer or elk like senior algebra class, so long as competent aim was exercised a fraction of a second prior. Federal made this fine hunting ammo at their factory in Anoka, MN, complete with reloadable brass shells and noncorrosive Boxer primers.
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