The case contains a precise measure of ball powder which makes proficient use of the available space in order to generate ample energy for long-range shooting. This focus on precision is complimented by Hornady's own BTHP (boat-tail hollow point) projectile which is constructed with a lead core of consistent density, a uniform gilding metal jacket, and a tapered rear which all help resist drag and crosswinds for accuracy at a distance. A bullet weight of 62 grains gives this load stable compatibility with the most common barrel twist rates and lengths as well as a well-known drop characteristic that is familiar to anyone who has fired the ubiquitous M855 "Green Tip" load.
Review by Jeff
Posted On: 3/9/2019 By: Reg