Black Hills Remanufactured Ammunition is produced on the same production line as their newly manufactured ammunition and subject to the same testing and inspection procedures. The savings result from the use of previously fired brass.
Varmint Grenade bullets feature a frangible copper/tin composite core. They are accurate bullets that can be driven at the highest velocities without coming apart, yet fragments explosively upon impact. Based on a design developed for military applications, Barnes realized that these bullets were perfect for squirrels and prairie dog hunting, but that they also were ideal for larger animals because they created little or no exit wound leaving the pelt virtually undamaged. This ammunition is non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.