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20 Rounds of 30-06 Springfield Ammo by Remington Core-Lokt - 165gr PSP

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Remington Arms Company
Bullet - 165 grain Core-Lokt pointed soft point (PSP)
Casing - Boxer-primed brass


This 30-06 Spring cartridge by Remington sports a 165 grain pointed soft point projectile. The bullet features an aerodynamic spitzer shape profile which gives it great accuracy with its improved velocity and flattened trajectory. Its tapered copper jacket is designed to deliver progressive and reliable expansion up to double its original diameter. The bullet’s ability to expand is complemented by its Core-Lokt design, where its jacket is soundly locked to its core to virtually prohibit separation of the two during penetration to create a deep wound channel. Billed as the “original expansion bullet,” the Core-Lokt has stayed a popular choice for hunters since its introduction in 1939 -- indeed, this is the original controlled expansion bullet.

This cartridge further offers a non-corrosive Boxer primed factory fresh casing. It is both able to stay ready to fire in its box for several years to come, and perfect for reloading.

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