The bullet's mid-range weight matches surplus military loads as well as western hunting loads for convenient sighting consistency with irons and red dots. This trait also produces valuable training recoil for drills that development good shooting habits. Each FMJ is crimped into a reloadable brass casing which wears a non-corrosive Boxer primer at its base. The primer pocket has moisture-sealant to keep it reliable during long bouts of storage. To that same effect, the bullet's toothed cannelure keeps it from being pushed back and precludes many dud-fire malfunctions while also making every shot an accurate one.
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