|Bullet Weight||Not Applicable|
|Bullet Type||Solid Copper|
|Ammo Casing||Brass Casings|
|Ammo Caliber||.50 Cal BMG Ammo For Sale|
|Primer Type||Boxer Primers|
|Cost Per Round||$5.20 per round|
This round’s 725 grain bullet is composed of 100 percent copper. Without lead it’s legal to fire in barbarous places that have banned traditional bullets, and without steel it’s compliant with ranges that ban magnetic bullets. It’s also exceptionally accurate. Because it is made of solid bar stock instead of a separate jacket and core, this round’s bullet exhibits great in-flight stability. Solid copper is furthermore a lot tougher than any jacketed bullet could ever be, so this bullet shouldn’t shatter apart as it enters soft tissue. Although it won’t expand, it will inflict absolute devastation – this is a 50 BMG we’re talking about here.
Many new shooters see a brass case like this round’s and reckon it has already been fired. In fact, this new production case is only discolored because Prvi Partizan didn’t buff it after heat-treating it for superior longevity. Each round in this box has a consistent propellant charge, as well as a non-corrosive primer.