|Bullet Weight||180 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Tipped Triple-Shock X|
|Ammo Caliber||35 Whelen|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2900|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||3362|
|Cost Per Round||$2.50 per round|
With the exception of its tip, the TTSX is made of solid copper. That won’t pollute the environment or put lead fouling in your barrel, but the monolithic bullet’s advantages don’t stop there. Thanks to its sharp tip, Accu-Groove, balanced weight distribution, sleek profile and flat base with precision heel radius, the 0.300 G1 BC TTSX hugs a straight trajectory and retains no less than 1,500 ft lbs of elk-killing energy until it reaches 340 yards.
A copper bullet is much more resistant to fragmenting apart following high-velocity impact. That ensures the TTSX remains intact and retains enough momentum to access a large critter’s lungs and ticker. The TTSX’s tip slides down into its nose cavity to force four sharp petals to curl outward – disastrous terminal performance as far as any deer species is concerned.
Barnes VOR-TX series ammo is loaded with excellent brass cases and consistent primers and powder. This manufacturer has developed all-copper bullets since the mid-1980s, so you’re buying into decades of R&D when you order this fine ammo!