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.
|Bullet Weight||123 Grain|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2350|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1508|
|Cost Per Round||$1.20 per round|
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- Ruger Mini 30 and 7.62X39 as a Whitetail Deer Ammo Choice Review by M30man
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Many brands were tested and Federal Fusion came out on top. So on opening day just 1 3/4 hours into the gun season. I was offered a semi-difficult shot on a nice whitetail buck. The success of the shot depended on solid performance from the shooter, the rifle and the ammo as a trio. None was a disappointment and the buck was tagged. I am totally sold on the Federal Fusion 7.63x39 as a whitetail deer round.
(Posted on 11/25/12)