The Copper Impact doesn’t just achieve a consistently flat trajectory because it’s incapable of dirtying a rifle’s bore with lead residue. Its sleek polymer tip comprises nearly half of its frontal surface area, and its weight distribution is essentially perfect. The Copper Impact overcomes air resistance so effectively that it retains 1,500 ft lbs of kinetic energy (the minimum typically advised for elk) until it reaches about 570 yards. At that range it’s still moving at a rate of 1,937 fps!
The Copper Impact’s abnormally large polymer tip quite naturally sports an abnormally wide base. It triggers rapid terminal expansion beginning right at the instant of impact, thus maximizing deadly energy transfer to the quarry. The monolithic Copper Impact is also much tougher than a traditional jacketed projectile – hence its ability to retain its weight, conserve its momentum, and pierce a clean path to a larger quarry’s vitals.
This American-made ammo’s flat-shooting lead-free bullets are socketed in premium reloadable brass cases and backed by clean-igniting primers and propellant charges.
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