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 be altered, the only variable that can change to make up for bullet weight is adding overall length.Tags: Ballistic Tip Lead Free, BTLF
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