Cutting Edge Bullets Dangerous Game Bullets 416 Caliber (416 Diameter) 400 Grain Solid Brass Box of 18
The Dangerous Game Brass bullet line was designed so dangerous game hunters would have a projectile that produces low barrel pressure, deep penetration and unparalled terminal performance. Each dangerous game bullet has a BBW#13 nose profile, a 13 degree nose with 67% meplat. This nose profile has proven to give deep straight line penetration that does not loose stability when penetrating even the toughest hide and tissue. These bullets feature a 3+1 band which reduces barrel strain and pressure making them safe for all rifles even double rifles.
Caliber: 416 Caliber
Bullet Diameter: 0.416
Bullet Weight: 400 Grains
Bullet Length: Not Available
Bullet Style: Solid Brass
Bullet Coating: Non-Coated
Minimum Barrel Twist: Not Available
Ballistic Coefficient: Not Available
Sectional Density: 0.330
For more information on Reloading Cutting Edge Bullets Dangerous Game Brass Bullets, please click the link below:
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