Remington Premier Scirocco Bonded ammunition features a bullet by a different company altogether. Swift’s Scirocco Bonded is, in fact, a bonded projectile, with a fused together core and jacket that retain no less than 75% of their combined weight at any impact velocity. Its sharp polymer tip, secant ogive jacket geometry and boat tail give the 130 grain bullet a G1 ballistic coefficient of 0.547. The trajectory is flat because of it. It also means the bullet will retain over 1,000 ft lbs of energy until almost 600 yards. The Swift still undergoes deadly terminal expansion at that range, so you can snipe deer with the confidence that you’re delivering a humane kiss of death.
The Scirocco Bonded hails from Kansas. Remington loads it in Arkansas with fine reloadable brass cases, as well as precisely matched primer/propellant pairings.
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