This round’s 62 grain hollow point projectile isn’t designed to undergo any significant expansion after colliding with flesh. The hollow point’s base is fully jacketed to promote more consistent performance during ignition. The bullet’s core was created when liquid lead was injected through its jacket tip’s narrow opening. Between its streamlined form, concentric jacket and balanced core, the 0.205 G1 BC bullet has what it takes to deliver an extremely similar trajectory to every other bullet it once shared a box with.
This round’s bullet weighs the same as an M855. It is completely nonmagnetic, but it also needs a barrel twist of 1:10" to 1:8” in order to manifest its best long-range accuracy. The bullet is neatly seated in Remington’s highest-grade brass case, which you’ll have every reason to reload multiple times.
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