What is a TSX bullet?

What is a TSX bullet?

What is the TSX Bullet and what does it do? Features include all-copper construction, no fragmentation, rapid expansion, 28% deeper penetration than lead-core bullets, and maximum weight retention. The TSX has proven to be one of the most accurate hunting bullets available–a fact countless shooters have confirmed.

What are Barnes TTSX bullets made of?

These revolutionary bullets from Barnes are made of 100% copper and contain no lead. Barnes recommends initially seating bullets 0.050″ off the lands. Best accuracy will be found from 0.030″ to 0.070″ depending on the rifle.

Where is Barnes ammo made?

Mona, Utah
About Barnes Bullets Headquartered in Mona, Utah, Barnes Bullets has been an industry leader in bullet technology and innovation since 1932. The company manufactures some of the world’s most technologically advanced lead-free bullets and premium hunting, self-defense and tactical ammunition.

Is Barnes still making ammunition?

Barnes Bullets is still located in Utah to this day, and now after over 85 years is the undisputed industry leader in copper bullets. If you’re looking for a hard hitting, deep penetrating hunting round, or a defensive handgun round that won’t clog up, look no further than Barnes.

Where to Buy Barnes ammunition?

Buy the Barnes VOR-TX Centerfire Rifle Ammo and more quality Fishing, Hunting and Outdoor gear at Bass Pro Shops.

What is Barnes bullet?

The XPB series is a line of ammo created and distributed by Barnes Bullets (well known among reloaders), an ammunition manufacturer based in Utah. These bullets are only used in large caliber handgun ammo, from the .357 up to .500 S&W and everything in between. The Barnes XPB features various nose shapes, but one thing is standard across every bullet type – the hollow point.