This cartridge’s Boxer primed brass casing is plated with nickel, which guards it against corrosion in addition to helping it reliably feed in and eject from either bolt action or semi-automatic weapons. Its casing is also of great use in reloading.
Browning isn’t just known for their logo, which seems to be standard issue in sticker form on every pickup truck south of the Mason-Dixon line. The American company has also provided high quality firearms and ammunition since their foundation in 1878.
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