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- Bullets: What is the difference between the Ballistic Tip® and the AccuBond®?
Answer: Externally, they look the same except for the tip colors, Ballistic Tip® bullets are color-coded by caliber while all AccuBond® bullets have white tips. Internally ...
- Bullets: What is the difference between the AccuBond® and Partition®?
Answer: The AccuBond® and Partition® are very similar in terminal performance, but they differ greatly in internal structure. The Partition® bullet is the original, controlled expansion, ...
- Bullets: What is the difference between AccuBond® Long Range and AccuBond®?
Answer: AccuBond® and AccuBond® Long Range share similar names and the same bonding technology, yet they are in fact two very different bullets designed for different applications. The standard ...
- Bullets: What is the difference between the Ballistic Tip® and the Combined Technology® Ballistic Silvertip® (CTBST)?
Answer: Structurally, they are the same bullet. The only difference between the two is that the CTBST has a silver colored tip and a black, Winchester® ...
- Bullets: What is the difference between the Ballistic Tip® Varmint and Varmageddon® bullets?
Answer: Both bullets designed for rapid expansion and fragmentation on varmints. The Ballistic Tip® bullet features a polymer tip (color-coded by caliber) a thin, varmint jacket ...
- Bullets: Can I hunt deer sized game with the Ballistic Tip® Varmint bullet?
Answer: The Ballistic Tip® Varmint bullet is designed for rapid expansion on thin skinned game no larger than coyote. Varmint bullets are not designed to adequately ...
- Bullets: What is the difference between the Ballistic Tip® Varmint bullet and Ballistic Tip® Lead-Free™ (BTLF)?
Answer: The major difference between the two varmint bullets is the internal construction of each. The traditional Ballistic Tip® bullet has a lead core while the ...
- Bullets: Why are the Ballistic Tip® Lead-Free™ (BTLF) bullets so long for their weight?
Answer: The BTLF bullet’s core is made of Fragmenting Copper which is much lighter than the traditional lead core. Since the caliber of the bullet cannot ...
- Bullets: Are there any other intended uses for the Ballistic Tip® Muzzleloader (BTMZ) bullet other than
Answer: The BTMZ bullet was designed specifically to be used with a sabot and at muzzleloader velocities within practical distances. ...
- Bullets: Will the Bonded Solid Base (BSB) bullet reliably feed in an AR platform rifle?
Answer: The BSB bullet features a Protected Point design for reliable feeding in both bolt action and semi-automatic rifles. ...
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