What data do you use for plated bullets?
Load data containing bullet descriptions such as Plated (P,) Berry’s Bullet (BERB,) Total Metal Jacket (TMJ,) Copper Plated (CP,) or CPJ (Copper Plated Jacket,) refers to plated bullet data. Cartridge Overall Lengths (COL) are found in the load data being used.
Are Berry bullets plated?
Product Description. Berry’s Superior Plated Bullets® are the finest bonded copper-jacketed bullets available today. Starting with a swaged lead core, they are electroplated with copper to their final weight, leaving no lead exposure.
Are Berrys bullets FMJ?
Berry’s Bulk Jacketed Rifle Bullets are exceptional quality lead core, full metal jacket (FMJ) bullets made to exacting standards. They are accurate, and comparably inexpensive to shoot. The bullet’s boat-tail design reduces air drag to flatten trajectory for long-range shooting.
What is a copper plated bullet?
LOS copper plated bullets consist of compact lead cores and special thick plating. This gives bullets maximum protection from the lead, making them highly appropriate for shooting in indoor shooting ranges. Bullets are additionally calibrated to achieve the highest possible performance.
What is Col in reloading data?
Cartridge overall length, or “COL”, is important to safe functioning of reloads in firearms.
Where are Berry’s bullets made?
Decades of experience in the shooting industry make Berry’s Bullets the superior choice for your shooting and reloading needs. When you choose Berry’s Bullets, you are selecting a family-based business centered on exceptional quality, friendly customer service, and a product base that is proudly Made in the USA.
Is Berry bullets still in business?
For 60 years, Berry’s Bullets has been producing superior bullets for shooters everywhere. Established in 1961 by Ray Berry, Berry’s is still family-owned and operated today.
What does G1 BC mean in reloading?
A Ballistic Coefficient (BC) is a number used to describe the drag on a bullet compared to some standard bullet. For example, a G1 BC is comparing the drag of that specific bullet to the G1 standard bullet.
How important is col in reloading?
Cartridge overall length, or “COL”, is important to safe functioning of reloads in firearms. Handloaded cartridges and commercially available cartridges for firearms are normally created with a maximum length standardized by the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI).