This round’s 147 grain projectile wears a copper jacket in order to lessen its impact on the bore. The bullet is able to hold on to a larger share of its 2,750 fps muzzle velocity farther downrange courtesy of its boat tail design, which additionally lowers its sensitivity to winds that could turn its trajectory aside. This bullet isn’t designed to expand following impact, although it’s nevertheless lethal to varmint-type creatures.
Service Grade rounds’ Boxer primers store and ignite reliably, which along with their clean burning propellant causes less need for very frequently bore scrubbings. Keep these rounds’ brass even if you don’t handload! Someone who does will one day appreciate you for doing so.
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