Rifle Ammo or cartridge is a firearm cartridge primarily designed and intended for use in a long gun with rifled barrels, such as a rifle/carbine, squad automatic weapon, or some machine guns.
The rifle has a long barrel with rifling and thick walls to withstand high pressures. Rifling puts a spiral spin on a bullet fired from a rifle, increasing accuracy and distance.
Rifles are typically used for firing at stationary targets.
The bore of a rifle barrel is made for only one specific caliber of ammunition.
Common Tips of Rifle Bullets
Pointed Soft Point: High velocity, accurate bullets with a flat travel path (trajectory); excellent mushrooming
Rounded Soft Point: Popular for low-velocity calibers; recommended for tubular magazines
Protected Tip: Highly accurate with excellent expansion
Full Metal Jacket: Maximum penetration without mushrooming; these bullets are.
Barnes VOR-TX Ammunition 300 AAC Blackout 120 Grain TAC-TX Polymer Tipped Spitzer Boat Tail Lead-Free 500 rounds
300 AAC Blackout (7.62x35mm)
2150 Feet Per Second
1231 Foot Pounds
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Barnes Tipped TAC-TX
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United States of America