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30-06 - 180 Grain Polymer Tip - Browning BXS Copper Expansion - 20 Rounds

$37.00

($1.83 to $1.85 per round)

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Overview

Quantity - 20 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Browning
Bullets - 180 grain solid copper polymer tip
Casings - Boxer-primed nickel-plated brass
Manufacturer Browning
Condition New
Bullet Weight 180 Grain
Bullet Type Solid Copper
Ammo Casing Nickel-Plated Brass
Quantity 20
Ammo Caliber .30-06
Manufacturer SKU B192430061
Primer Type Boxer
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 2750
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 3022
Attracts Magnet No
UPC Barcode 020892224742
Cost Per Round $1.83 to $1.85 per round
Use Type
Deer Hunting
Elk Hunting
Wild Boar Hunting
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Some folks hunt with solid copper bullets because Uncle Sam demands it. Others hunt with solid copper bullets because they don’t like to scatter lead particles around inside their trophies’ venison. But even if you don’t consider its monolithic bullet’s nontoxicity into the equation, Browning’s BXS series 30-06 hunting ammo has got a lot to offer.

This round’s all-copper polymer tipped bullet is a real straight shooter. The bullet’s 180 grain weight, 2,750 fps muzzle velocity, lack of a jacket that could contain imperfections, voidless copper body, boat tail and sleek profile all contribute to its high G1 ballistic coefficient of 0.492 (G7 0.248). In slightly less mathematical terms, you’re looking at a bullet with a trajectory that maxes out at 6.4” en route to a 300-yard zero, and which stays supersonic until about 1,175 yards.

A copper bullet is inherently tougher than a jacketed one. It lacks components that could shed momentum while separating from one another, and copper boasts superior ductility on its own. That adds up to deep penetration. The BXS bullet’s polymer tip slides down into its deep nose cavity while it penetrates hide and heavy muscle, which forces the wide expansion that anchors medium and larger game fast.

Nickel-plated brass cases aren’t just easy on the peepers. They resist becoming too corroded to feed and eject reliably, and they promote even smoother operation by reducing overall friction inside the rifle. They are also reloadable.
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