This cartridge’s 125 grain projectile is one of the most accurate types that is available: an open tip. Such a bullet is created by first forming the copper jacket, and then filling it with liquid lead that hardens in place without forming voids or other inconsistencies in its weight distribution. The result is extreme rotational stability, which along with this bullet’s streamlined profile and the great velocity with which it flies out of the muzzle will let you peg any target you could sight in on.
This round’s brass casing is drawn and tapered according to precise specifications, so it will present problems neither in your rifle nor at your reloading press. Winchester’s primers and propellant burn very clean, so you’ll be able to run a great deal of this case through your rifle before a liberal application of Hoppe’s becomes absolutely necessary!
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