|Bullet Weight||162 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Solid Copper|
|Ammo Caliber||6.8 Western|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2875|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||2973|
|Cost Per Round||$2.40 per round|
Every atom in the Copper Extreme Point is there to enhance accuracy. You’ve got your sharp polymer tip. You’ve got your sleek shank profile. You’ve got your boat tail to even further minimize drag. Better yet, a copper bullet eliminates lead fouling and exhibits stellar rotational stability thanks to its total lack of jacket concentricity flaws. Once the 162 grain bullet clears muzzle, its G1 0.573/G7 0.287 ballistic coefficient assures supersonic velocity until approximately 1,450 yards. It’ll conserve at least 1,000 ft lbs of kinetic energy until 854 yards, so no deer near you will be safe!
The Copper Extreme Point does indeed have an extreme point: a very wide polymer tip that takes up nearly half the bullet’s frontal surface area. The tip accelerates terminal expansion and maximizes impact energy to deliver the assured death blow. The Copper Extreme Point’s resilient monolithic composition also promotes exceptionally deep penetration.
These flat-shooting rounds’ polished brass cases have a lot of value to offer if you know how to operate a reloading press. (We always advise just ordering new ammo, but we suppose we’re a little bit biased.)