The projectile's ribbed crimp point prevents the loss of accuracy and reliable ignition which could be caused by recoil and setback while locking the bullet's copper jacket to its core for appropriate penetration after impact. Each brass case is filled with clean-burning powder and fitted with a military-style Boxer primer that is free from corrosive elements. Military primers are harder and guard against inadvertent ignition from free-floating firing pins like those found in AR-15 style rifles. Hornady has been around for close to seven decades and is one of the most trusted manufacturers in the United States thanks to their infallible projectile designs and affordable finished loads.
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