To that end, the Open Tip style of construction also aides in precision since it creates a lead core with consistent density and balance while leaving the copper jacket undisturbed with no burrs or imperfections. Each bullet is firmly crimped into a brass casing that has been annealed at the neck and shoulder for safe chamber pressures and long reloading life. Winchester goes the extra mile by tri-staking a non-corrosive Boxer primer at the base of the casing in order to prevent the primer from popping out, a rifle-killing malfunction. A dressing of sealant around the primer's circumference prevents moisture from ruining function throughout longterm storage.
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