The Core-Lokt bullet design is the original controlled-expansion bullet – and one of the most effective ever developed. Its progressively tapered copper jacket is locked to a solid lead core, promoting perfectly controlled expansion and high weight retention for absolutely dependable on-game results.
The "SP" or Soft Point bullet cores are mechanically locked in place to provide deep penetration. Jackets designed for progressive, reliable expansion to almost twice the original diameter.
|Bullet Weight||180 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Soft-Point (SP)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2700|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||2913|
|Cost Per Round||$1.20 per round|
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My only complaint is that one Remington bullet has been sitting out on top of my dresser for 3 months and it is starting to rust? It is in front of a air conditioner but at these prices I would expect more.
I really think Lucky Gunner is great, the price for these bullets are the cheapest I have seen. I live in CA and with Tax etc, my local sporting goods store charged me $26.50 for the same Core-lokt's.
But here is why I gave it a 3 star on the Value front. I believe that American ammo makers are setting themselves up for some kind of cliff in sales. They are refusing to service the "working man" who enjoys to shoot. Or who is just learning how to fire his new 30.06 rifle he inherited from his grandfather (me).
I am now buying Russian Ammo (Wolf,Bear,Putin). I know it is not anywhere as good as Remington but I can not afford to pay a dollar for each shot. I always try to buy American but American company's should sell some target practice rifle ammo. Because after Obama mania is over their going to wonder where all their sales went. I would hate for us to lose another industry because they forgot that shooting and hunting are not a wealthy mans sport.
Sorry I ranted. (Posted on 9/30/10)