Each cartridge fires a 40-grain, full metal jacket (FMJ) projectile with a flat tip. The blunt nose of the bullet helps increase its wounding capacity as it helps create larger, free-bleeding entry and exit wounds when passing through vital areas. While modern shooters may not consider FMJ "solids" to be great for small game like rabbits, groundhogs, and squirrels, they are often used by experienced hunters who want to cause minimal damage to meat, pelts, and furs.
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