The round is topped off with a 125-grain Open Tip projectile which is revered for its uniform weight distribution and dimensions thanks to its construction process: a uniform copper jacket is filled with lead material, leaving the preformed jacket with a predetermined thickness on all sides. This translates to greater stability in flight, less drag, and tighter groups on target. While the round has an open cavity in its nose, it is not recommended for hunting, self-defense, or purposes other than target shooting. The 125-grain weight is close to the lighter loads in the 6.5mm Creedmoor caliber and produces a flatter trajectory for forgiving holds at a distance.
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