Fusion bullets undergo an electro-chemical process which joins the core to the copper jacket eliminating core-jacket separation. The result of this process is increased weight retention upon and through impact helping the bullet to deliver a high impact lethal shock as it expands through the target.
The process of manufacturing Fusion bullets starts at the core. First, a lead core is pressure-formed to provide great expansion and strength. Second, the copper jacket is deposited onto the core one molecule at a time to ensure total integrity. Third, the top and base of the projectile are pressure-formed to specifications optimizing terminal performance on deer. Lastly, a "top secret" skived tip is designed to deliver the unmatched combination of long-range expansion potential and short-range toughness.
Fusion ammunition is manufactured in Anoka, Minnesota. This ammunition is new production, brass-cased, boxer-primed, and reloadable.
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- Fusion ammo.works Review by Country Cousin
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cost of about $150.00 includeing stress releaveing the barrel. Now for the good part.
At the range,started getting 1"groups using Fed.Fusion ammo.,120gr boattail. Now the best part
At my deer blind (2012) first hunting shot got 8 pt.buck,13ft.below and less than 25yd's to my left.Very
diffacult shot for me as I'm a lefty and blind setup for 50 to 300yd's.Story for another time
2013 deer season got button buck at 230yd's..Sorry I shot him because I thought it was a doe,no other deer to compair it to. Three days later got three point buck for land owner at 120yd's straight out in front of blind,
dressed out 128lb.
Rifle sighted in 2" high at 100yd's,mz vel. I figure at 3020 from 26"barrel.All three deer were one and done.
25-06 H&R ain't junk any more, FUSION WORKS FOR ME. Give it a try (Posted on 7/23/14)