Nothing fancy about this round’s bullet at all. It’s a lightweight 147 grain full metal jacket, which will feed dependably in a semi-automatic and achieve supersonic muzzle velocity out of a rifle’s barrel. Its normal lead core and nonferrous gilding metal jacket mean that the bullet is not able to attract a magnet.
Armscor’s brass cases are quite popular for handloading, and are often sold on their own. That’s only to say that this ammo’s new brass shells are every bit worth saving for yourself or someone else who knows how to operate a reloading press. This new production ammo is Boxer-primed and noncorrosive.
Review by David
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