A projectile weight of 150 grains is a common choice for the .30-06 Springfield caliber and will match the ballistics and recoil impulse of numerous practice loads. Each bullet has a reloadable brass casing crimped to its ribbed cannelure in order to prevent setback or dislodgment from ruining reliability or accuracy respectively. The casing is equipped with a non-corrosive Boxer primer at its base that won't affect the metal of your hunting rifle adversely in between hunts or zeroing sessions. A small dose of sealant prevents moisture from affecting the inside of the round for diehard dependability in field conditions.
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