Each round features a 120-grain bullet that is fitted into a reloadable brass casing and propelled by a clean-burning powder charge that is set in motion by a non-caustic Boxer primer. This particular load has been tested to fly at 2,900 feet per second out of the muzzle of a 24-inch barrel with a very flat trajectory thanks to the lighter bullet. The projectile is of an OTM (Open-Tip Match) design which is made by sending lead material through the open tip of a sculpted copper jacket. This style of bullet-making preserves jacket integrity and ensures balanced lead cores with zero gaps so that the bullet flies smoothly without any imbalances in its makeup.
Posted On: 7/3/2020 By: C.T.R.