These cartridges fire a full metal jacket (FMJ) bullet that weighs in at 180 grains and offers shooters a balance between felt recoil, flat trajectory, and practical training impulse. A sloped ogive grants the bullet seamless feeding while a flat nose helps create clear, circular holes in paper or cardboard targets. This effect allows shooters to measure their groups with precision for more effective practice. Sellier & Bellot has a rich history of component and cartridge production which reaches all the way back to 1825.
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