That locking effort is assisted by a toothed cannelure which serves as the bullet's crimp point in order to shrink groups and prevent malfunctions caused by setback. Hornady seats the InterLock soft point into a brass casing which is brand new and can be cleaned and reloaded later. The casing contains efficiently burning powder and is fitted with a non-corrosive primer; both component choices contribute to cleaner and more accurate rifles whether they are piston operated, direct gas semi-autos, or classic bolt-actions. Hornady's ammunition is manufactured in Nebraska and backed by nearly seven decades of experience and work ethic which has produced some of the most novel projectiles in use today.
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