Arguably, nothing affects your terminal ballistics more than your bullet. Being able to pick the bullet you want to do what you want is a major benefit of reloading. Bullets come in an increasing variety of designs for long-range or big-game hunting, to tactical shooting and personal protection. They vary in shape, weight and materials used, which can include solid lead, a lead core with a jacket, or be completely lead free or made of solid copper. Reloading is a bit like assembling a jigsaw puzzle—each of the pieces must fit in the right order—and bullets are no exception.

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Sierra Tipped MatchKing
https://www.sierrabullets.com

Norma Oryx
http://www.norma-usa.com

Nosler AccuBond Long Range
http://www.nosler.com

X-Treme Bullets
http://www.xtremebullets.com

Speer Gold Dot
http://www.speer-ammo.com

Speer Hot-Cor
http://www.speer-ammo.com

Speer Deep Curl
http://www.speer-ammo.com

Barnes M/LE TAC Bullets
http://www.barnesbullets.com

Hornady GMX
http://www.hornady.com

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