30 CaliberTYPEDIA.WGT.LGTH.S.D.B.C.CAT. #BOX QTYREQ. TWIST
TIPPED TSX BT.308180 GR1.480.271.48430879501:11 OR FSTR
FECKING HELL I ONLY SAID MY SAKO DID'T LIKE THEM
sorry i was wrong to called it a bt bullet , i should have called the a 4 leaf petal ALL copper projectile driven to expand by a plastic impact driven tip ?
They consist of a fairly normal hollow-point bullet with the frontal cavity filled in by hard plastic, which is molded into a streamlined shape mimicking the shape of a spitzer bullet. Upon impact, the plastic drives into the hollow point, or fragments into small pieces and the bullet performs like a regular hollow-point, expanding ("mushrooming") to a larger diameter or fragmenting. The end result is a bullet with the streamlined characteristics of the spitzer bullet and the increased terminal mushrooming of Jacketed Hollow-Points (JHPs). These bullets possess the aerodynamics for longer, more accurate flights, and the in-target performance to ensure high lethality.
the name or word Ballistic Tip" is a registered trademark of Nosler, but numerous other companies produce similar projectiles, including Hornady andSierra. Nosler has always used a color code to indicate caliber on the polymer bullet tips, to make them easily distinguishable from each other: .25-blue, 6mm-purple, 6.5mm-orange, .270-yellow, 7mm-red, .30-green, 8mm-dark blue. Hornady almost universally uses red plastic tips (Hornady has produced .224" projectiles with blue plastic tips for use in civilian loads of FNH's proprietary 5.7x28mm cartridge). Sierra uses green and Swift uses black tips for their "Sirocco" plastic-tipped bullets.