62 grains is a common weight for 5.56mm and .223 Remington and follows common ballistic tables as well as scope reticles. The bullet's exposed lead tip makes for instantaneous expansion during entry into a target while the Fusion projectile's bonded jacket prevents separation, allowing the bullet to achieve deep penetration while carving out a faster-bleeding wound cavity and delivering game-dropping energy to the heart and lungs that rest behind dense bone and muscle. That makes these rounds perfect for medium-sized game like deer, coyote, and some smaller feral hogs.
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