This round features Hornady’s 120 grain GMX. Its monolithic composition is nonpolluting, low fouling, and incredibly tough to promote as high as 95 percent weight retention as it smashes through hide, dense muscle and bone. The rather long bullet wears grooves in its shank to decrease its contact with the bore, which alongside its centered polymer tip promotes better accuracy in the field.
As the tough GMX shores up inside a quarry’s abdomen, its hard polymer tip drives deeper and deeper into its long nose cavity. This effectively spreads the GMX outward until it has become more than 1.5 times wider than its original diameter, doing massive damage to soft tissues as the result.
Black Hills pays the utmost attention to detail when they load their Gold label ammo. The South Dakotan military defense contractor selects perfectly tapered and polished brass cases for this 6.5 Creedmoor ammo, outfits it with the finest primers and propellant blends at their disposal, and finally weeds out any rounds that turn out less than ideal.
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